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University of Washington sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles has been suspended for the season opener at Hawaii, UW coach Chris Petersen told The Seattle Times.
Between riffs on heat in Palm Desert and cold in Wyoming, gnats in Georgia and restaurants in Pullman, Mike Leach managed to slip in a few observations on his football team Wednesday at the Pac-12 football media days.
Following five seasons at UW, coach Steve Sarkisian looks to guide the Trojans back to prominence.
MONROE, Wash. — Former Washington football coach Jim Lambright faces a court appearance next month on an assault charge.
Lindsay Meggs has been rewarded with a new contract after leading the Washington Huskies baseball program to the postseason for the first time in a decade.
Tyler Bruggman, a redshirt-freshman quarterback from Phoenix who was one of the highest-rated recruits of Mike Leach’s tenure at Washington State, is transferring out of the WSU program, according to the fan site WazzuWatch.com.
Free-agent center Spencer Hawes, a former Washington Huskies and Seattle Prep player, reportedly has agreed to a four-year, $23 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.
After capturing the first conference title in school history, the 1979 WWCC football team returns to Walla Walla.
Conference executive director Marco Azurdia changes the name to the Northwest Athletic Conference.
Senior defensive end Josh Shirley, a former high-school All-American, has left the Washington football program.
SEATTLE — Jared Hilbers, a Scout.com three-star lineman from Beaverton, Ore., has made a verbal commitment to the Huskies.
SEATTLE — The starting time for Washington’s football season opener at Hawaii has changed to 7:30 p.m. Pacific time (4:30 p.m. in Hawaii) on Aug. 30.
A look inside the challenges associated with recruiting to a small school such as Walla Walla’s Whitman College.
Steve Kizer coached football for 15 seasons at Walla Walla Community College, the last 10 as the Warriors’ defensive coordinator under Mike Levens.
Andrew Wiggins goes No. 1 in one of the NBA’s deepest drafts in years.
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