If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and — although he’s no longer with the DawgPound staff — Ryan Priest still has the best damn lists of UW’s beat reporters, Washington athletes, and Washington coaches, To the Dots!
- Go Huskies profiles senior tackle Jared Hilbers, who is hoping to add consistency to his established attribute of versatility.
- The Daily takes a quick look at every game on the UW schedule in 2019.
- Dawgman looks at potential breakout players for the Huskies.
The Dawgman crew also has you covered for the Eastern Game:
Petersen calls the expectations surrounding Eason “Out of whack.”
Chris Petersen, on Jacob Eason: “He’s going to be a really great player, but he’s a college player that’s developing and figuring things out. I think we need to keep that in perspective.”— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) August 30, 2019
So what are fair expectations for Eason? https://t.co/qIA8vsaSXm
“This is their time to go out and have fun and cut it loose, so it’s about how we help that process.” -Chris Petersen
Watch out for a new WR this Saturday @CoachPeteUW #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/k1FIgtwjWU— Washington Football (@UW_Football) August 29, 2019
Mission (retroactively) accomplished:
Talk smack to someone whose team isn't on the list ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/kDCTxtmUVF— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) August 29, 2019
BBK put his best on tape for the Seahawks:
Ben Burr-Kirven tonight: 10 tackles (9 solo), 1 sack, 1 QB hit, 2 tackles for loss, 1 pass defensed, 1 bogus roughing-the-passer foul. #Seahawks coaches will be thrilled with rookie LB from #UWHuskies progress— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) August 30, 2019
Seattle's own coming in clutch on the SACK! @benbk25 x #OAKvsSEA pic.twitter.com/0ZbcEn26jt— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) August 30, 2019
Husky Legend this week is Dennis Fitzpatrick, a Spokane native who rushed for 697 yards and six touchdowns in 1974. UW used a two-QB offense that season.
Washington falls to No. 2 North Carolina despite halftime lead:
FINAL: #Huskies fall to #2 UNC 3-2 in their first game of the Husky Invitational.@thedaily @UWDailySports pic.twitter.com/ERfHWDEiza— Conor Courtney (@conor_courtney) August 30, 2019
This would be even more painful if UW didn’t hang on to win 59-52.