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The Huskies enter fall camp Saturday with question marks at quarterback, receiver and offensive line.
Entering their second season with Chris Petersen as the coach, the Huskies begin fall camp Saturday at Husky Stadium, 27 days before the Sept. 4 season opener at Boise State.
The dormant men’s basketball rivalry will restart at a Thanksgiving tourney in the Bahamas.
The dormant cross-state basketball rivalry between Washington and Gonzaga will renew sooner than expected in a place called Paradise.
Not fun. That’s how California’s Jared Goff described his experience two years ago playing as a true freshman quarterback in the Pac-12.
BURBANK, Calif. — Chris Petersen sensed the excitement, the expectations growing around his new program a year ago. He had similarly high hopes for his first season as the Huskies’ head coach, which ended with what he conceded was “a little disappointing” with an 8-6 record.
BURBANK, Calif. — In his three-game audition as Washington State’s starting quarterback last November, Luke Falk threw for, in order, 471 yards, 601 yards and 355 yards.
Incoming freshman Dejounte Murray highlights UW’s touted recruiting class.
UW junior running back Dwayne Washington has been named to the watch list for the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation’s top running back.
Senior Andrew Andrews is the only player on UW’s roster from the 2013-14 team.
Bud Nameck is the latest casualty of the now yearly turnover in the radio booth at Washington State football games.
A few months ago, former Washington Huskies center Robert Upshaw appeared in the first round of a few NBA mock drafts, but his stock has dropped in recent weeks.
The addition at WWU is made as the school joins the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Gonzaga men’s basketball will face Tennessee in the Battle in Seattle at KeyArena on Dec. 19, school officials announced Tuesday.
Citing a chronic hip injury, Washington quarterback Cyler Miles has retired from football, the school announced Monday.
EUGENE — It was a Duck feast at home at the NCAA track and field championships. Jenna Prandini won the 100 meters and finished second to Kentucky’s Dezerea Bryant in an exceedingly fast 200 on Saturday, leading the Oregon women to their first team championship in 30 years.
Tony Rodriguez will provide ‘an immediate boost’ to UW’s QB staff, coach Chris Petersen says.
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