Tasked with replacing Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington Huskies’ Brandon Wellington is betting on himself
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Five questions: Jacob Eason takes center stage as Washington starts spring practice
Matt Calkins: Co-defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake staying at Washington, with a smile on his face
Four-star 2019 linebacker Daniel Heimuli joins teammate Noa Ngalu, signs with Washington Huskies
Hunter Bryant is more excited to be sore than any athlete you’ll ever meet.
In his senior season in 2018, Burr-Kirven was named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and led the UW defense with 176 total tackles – more than 100 more than the next-best Husky.
Jacob Eason isn’t in Georgia anymore.
The Rose Bowl is in the rearview mirror. What’s next for the Washington Huskies?
For the second straight year, UW co-defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake has said no to Nick Saban.
On national signing day, Washington added four-star linebacker Daniel Heimuli to an already stacked 2019 defensive class.
Washington cornerback Byron Murphy says he will leave school early, enter NFL draft; was a 1st-team all-Pac-12 selection.
UW didn’t look prepared for Tuesday’s Rose Bowl, coming out flat in the first half and punting on six of its first seven drives en route to its third consecutive New Year’s Six bowl loss.
Washington safety Taylor Rapp has declared for the NFL draft, giving up his final year of eligibility after being a second-team AP All-America selection.
The second half of the Rose Bowl showed No. 9 Washington is more than capable of competing with the top programs in college football. Unfortunately for the Huskies, another slow start against a marquee nonconference opponent proved to be the difference in their 28-23 loss to No. 5 Ohio State on Tuesday.
Dwayne Haskins passed for 251 yards and three touchdowns, and Urban Meyer finished his coaching career at Ohio State with a 28-23 victory after the Buckeyes held off Washington’s thrilling fourth-quarter comeback in the 105th Rose Bowl on Tuesday.
Three years ago, UW had just clawed its way to the Heart of Dallas Bowl. It's been straight up from there, and the Huskies' next goal is winning a big-time bowl – such as Tuesday's Rose Bowl.