Washington coach Chris Petersen announced Eason would be the starter for the opener against Eastern Washington next week, but indicated Haener would play.
It was the decision that seemed inevitable, but by all accounts really wasn’t.
Hunter Bryant has been watching film since he was 5 years old. When he watches himself now, the Huskies’ junior is beginning to see a complete tight end. “In 2017, he was just raw,” he said, evaluating his younger self.
Henry, Washington’s sophomore kicker, and Haener, the Huskies’ sophomore quarterback, were teammates long before they landed on Montlake in 2017.
In his senior season at Archbishop Murphy High School, Kyler Gordon piled up 841 receiving yards, 517 rushing yards, an 88-yard touchdown pass, 44 tackles and five interceptions.
Puka Nacua prefers Ty Jones as a teammate. The alternative? Well, that was profoundly less pleasant.
We know Salvon Ahmed can do everything. But can he do it every week?
Anytime Washington football coach Chris Petersen opens his mouth, there’s potential for headline news.
Junior Adams recruited Chico McClatcher both at Eastern Washington and Boise State.
Bryant is an indispensable fixture in the secondary, with the ability to play multiple positions and no defined spot.
The first day of fall football camp at Husky Stadium was such a big thing Friday that the Blue Angels showed up.
Let’s shut our eyes and pretend that, if these five questions are effectively answered, Washington will break through its recent 10-win barrier.