Following University of Washington’s 21-16 loss to Auburn two weeks ago, ESPN announcer Mark Jones accurately tweeted that the team “took one on the chin.” He also wrote, “Where’s Montana?” referencing an ESPN broadcast from last season when the Huskies were lightly ribbed for having a “cupcake” non-conference…
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 18 Washington.
Thirty-seven years after he first began calling Huskies games, Washington radio announcer Bob Rondeau signed off from his final broadcast in a characteristically low-key fashion.
College GameDay’s Kirk Herbstreit responded to Chris Petersen’s complaints about late-night Huskies kickoff times today, saying the Washington head coach should be thanking the Worldwide Leader for airing their games at all.
Washington speedster Dante Pettis tied the NCAA career punt return TD record and the record for consecutive games achieving the feat while advancing the Pac-12 record he set last week with another marvelous piece of running that made life even miserable for the Huskies’ Fresno State foes.
Washington wideout Dante Pettis knocked DeSean Jackson off the Pac-12 record charts when his 67-yard return gave him his seventh career touchdown off a punt. It’s quite the show, too.
Surprising absolutely no one, Kelsey Plum went to the San Antonio Stars tonight as the No. 1 overall pick in the WNBA draft.
Washington Huskies head basketball coach Lorenzo Romar was fired shortly after finishing a soggy 9-22 campaign, the worst in his 14 years at the helm, despite having the likely No. 1 overall pick (Markelle Fultz) in the upcoming NBA Draft. This seemingly non-controversial decision was made much more complicated by the…
Long thought the heir for Jim Boeheim at Syracuse, Mike Hopkins has reportedly jumped ship to be head coach at Washington.
Washington cornerback—and likely first-round draft pick—Sidney Jones was carted off the field with a lower leg injury at the school’s pro day this afternoon.
Chris Johnson’s record of 4.24 in the NFL combine 40, set in 2008, is no more as John Ross clocked a 4.22—something the Washington wide receiver said was a goal before his audition for pro football scouts.
With a 57-point barrage against a fledgling Utah squad, Washington senior guard Kelsey Plum passed Missouri State great Jackie Stiles to become the all-time leading scorer in women’s college basketball history with 3,397 career points. Stiles now sits in second place with 3,394 points, trailed by Brittney Griner’s…
I’m not exaggerating in the slightest when I say that this story from BSN Denver is the most heartwarming sports story of 2017. Prepare to be charmed by the tale of the University of Colorado basketball fans who had a great time getting slapped by Washington forward Malik Dime.
UConn is a dynasty and already seems like a lock to secure a slot in the national championship come April. But not even a record-breaking 91-game winning streak can overshadow the fact that some of the most entertaining basketball is being played on the West Coast by Washington senior guard Kelsey Plum.
ESPN has revealed the matchups for the third annual College Football Playoff. No. 1 Alabama will face No. 4 Washington, and No. 2 Clemson has No. 3 Ohio State. Both games will be played on December 31, with the final on January 9 in Tampa.
Rampant anti-wolf mascot bias, per usual.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 3 Washington.
The Washington Huskies upset the Stanford Cardinal 85-76 this afternoon to book the first ticket to the Final Four in Indianpolis. Chantel Osahor had a career-high 24 points (including three threes) and 18 rebounds to help the Huskies win. Osahor is a six-foot-two forward who’s in the top 15 nationally in rebounds per…