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Terrence Ross drops 51

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January 25, 2014

Congrats to former University of Washington Huskies basketball star, Terrence Ross. T-Ross, now of the Toronto Raptors dropped 51 points on the Clippers tonight. Ross tied Toronto’s single game scoring record (Vince Carter,) and became the NBA’s first player to ever have a 50 point game while averaging less than 10ppg for the season. Ross was the 8th… Read More ›

Seferian-Jenkins Wins Mackey Award???

Yes, you read that correctly. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2nd-Team All Pac 12 tight end, has been named the 2013 John Mackey Award recipient. For those who don’t know, the Mackey is awarded yearly to college football’s best tight end. Here’s a little history I pulled off the Mackey Award website: “The John Mackey Award, established in… Read More ›

Fight On! Huskies Off to Fight Hunger Bowl

Get your forks ready Husky fans! It’s time for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl! It’s not a BCS bowl, but hey, we’re in a bowl game. Washington will face BYU in San Francisco on Dec. 27 at AT&T Park. Both teams will come into this game carrying an 8-4 record. The Huskies will need to… Read More ›

Sarkisian Out, Petersen In

Well that was fast. Four days after Steve Sarkisian bolted for the sunny confines of USC, Chris Petersen has agreed to terms on a 5 year, $18 million contract to be the next head coach at the University of Washington. Washington targeted Petersen immediately in their search for a new coach. As soon as, Marcus… Read More ›

You’re Being Watched…

This week it was announced that Washington QB Keith Price and Washington State QB Jeff Tuel have both been placed on the Davey O’Brien Trophy “Watch List.”  The Davey O’Brien Foundation annually selects the nation’s top QB’s to a preliminary watch list, and will cut that list down to 16 finalists this October. The trophy, honors the nation’s… Read More ›

NFL WELCOMES 5 NEW HUSKIES

The University of Washington can be proud this year after sending 5 new players to the NFL this weekend. Two players made the league via the draft, defensive tackle, Alameda Ta’amu (109th overall) and  offensive lineman, Senio Kelemente (151). Jermaine Kearse, Devin Aguilar, and most surprisingly, Chris Polk, were signed as undrafted free agents. Alameda Ta’amu was drafted 109th overall by the… Read More ›

Unfortunate End To Colin Porter’s Career

Colin Porter’s football career is over after university doctors found he was suffering from degenerative arthritis in both shoulders. Shoulder problems have followed Porter throughout his football career, however, the severity of his condition was not known until a recent surgery. Fortunately, Porter will be allowed to finish his education on a medical scholarship. Our thoughts and… Read More ›

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