Recruiting Blog - 11/26

Recruiting Blog - 11/26

It's Apple Cup week and things are about ready to heat up on the recruiting front. The Husky coaches are working on setting up visits with several recruits including a couple new names that have begun to pop up on the radar including Lincoln (Tacoma, Wa.) LB Jusstis Warren (pictured above) who reportedly was offered by the Dawgs last night...

Leach pleads for mercy (USA TODAY Sports)

Dawgman Insider Blog - WSU (UPDATED TUESDAY)

The Washington Huskies (7-5 overall, 3-5 Pac-12) cap the 2014 regular season with the annual Apple Cup, Saturday night in Pullman versus Washington State (3-8, 2-6). Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. and the game will air live to a national audience on FOX Sports 1.

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Monday Night Musings

Washington became bowl eligible with perhaps their best showing of the season in destroying a hapless Oregon State squad Saturday evening. That was a welcome sight, and Cyler Miles looked as good as he has all season in being efficient and smart.

Weekend Observations - UW/Pac 12 (Week 13)

Weekend Observations - UW/Pac 12 (Week 13)

It's hard to believe that we are coming down to the last week of the regular season. Washington appears to be gaining some momentum as they head into the Apple Cup. However, before we look ahead, it's time to look back on what we saw in week 13 of the college football season, both concerning the Huskies as well as the rest of the Pac 12...

Shawn Kemp (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Huskies Claw Clear of Tigers

SEATTLE - Led by the veterans - senior forward Shawn Kemp and guards Andrew Andrews and Nigel Williams-Goss - the Washington Huskies took care of the Pacific Tigers 76-70 in the first game of the Marv Harshman Classic, held Sunday at Key Arena. But it wasn't easy. And the Huskies didn't make it easy on themselves.

UW/Oregon State Gameday Coverage: All-In-One

UW/Oregon State Gameday Coverage: All-In-One

If you missed any of Dawgman.com's coverage of Saturday's 37-13 win over Oregon State, here is where to find it. We have our gameday blog, player and coach interviews, game analysis and grades all in one place for your reading and viewing pleasure...

UW/Oregon State Game - Position Grades

UW/Oregon State Game - Position Grades

When Washington took the field against Oregon State on Saturday at Husky Stadium, no one knew what to expect. Would UW come out fired up and ready to play or have their collective heads down after a tough loss to Arizona the week before? They answered the bell Saturday night in front of their home crowd and came away with an impressive 37-13 win over the Beavers...

Andrew Hudson (Monika Samek/Dawgman.com)

Seniors Earn Hard Won Send-off

SEATTLE - It's late, around 2:55 am Sunday morning. Maybe that makes it too early? At this point the only thing that matters to me is the story at hand, which is Washington's 37-13 win over Oregon State Saturday night. Upon first inspection, the Huskies' win in their final 2014 appearance at Husky Stadium wasn't anything special.

Joe Mathis (Monika Samek/Dawgman.com)

DawgmanRadio - OSU

SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters, and Marshall Cherrington of Dawgman.com burnt the midnight oil and broke down all the highlights and things still to work on in Washington’s 37-13 win over the Oregon State Beavers Saturday night.

Andrew Hudson (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Photo Gallery - OSU

SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at Husky Stadium Saturday night as the Washington Huskies defeated the Oregon State Beavers 37-13, and he published a gallery of photos documenting the UW win.

Game Analysis - UW/Oregon State

Game Analysis - UW/Oregon State

Washington got bowl-eligible with a 37-13 win over Oregon State at Husky Stadium on Saturday. What went right? What went wrong? What looked good and what looked bad? Here are our thoughts as the Huskies head into Apple Cup week with a 7-5 record...

Jaydon Mickens (USA TODAY Sports)

Game Videos: Oregon State

SEATTLE - Dawgman.com spoke post-game with Andrew Hudson, Darrell Daniels, Lavon Coleman, John Timu, Hauoli Kikaha, Jaydon Mickens, Travis Feeney, and Chris Petersen, after the Washington Huskies defeated the Oregon State Beavers 37-13 in front of an announced attendance of 65036 Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

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