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The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - met up in the tunnel at Husky Stadium to give their initial impressions of Washington's fifteenth - and final - practice of spring football, held Saturday afternoon. Early rain gave way to sunny skies, as the Huskies were able to go through a 70-80 play 'scrimmage' with sco…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters - were on campus for Washington's final practice ahead of their Saturday Spring Preview, and there really wasn't much to talk about with regard to the practice itself as the team was in shells and shorts and focusing mainly on special teams. But there is still a ton to talk about, and the g…
 
The transfer portal has become an ever-present fact of life when it comes to college sports; even when you think things are settled down and everyone has found their place, it can all change in an instant. That's just the way things are nowadays. So it wasn't that unusual to see former walk-on players Kasen Kinchen and Meki Pei decide to move on in…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - wrapped up their first full viewing of a practice this spring, as up to 500 Washington fans joined them to check out what the Huskies have been up to so far in April. It was a normal two-hour practice, full of individual periods, some team periods, some one-on-one and 7-on-…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund - wrapped up the week of practice as Washington readies their team to open things up to the media and fans on Saturday at Husky Stadium. But Friday we learned that there was a catch; what we thought would be a scrimmage Saturday will actually just be a full 2-hour practice. The scrimmage ac…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - wrap up their thoughts now that the Washington Huskies are 10 April practices in. With only 15 practices in total, that means the Dawgs are now two-thirds of the way through spring ball. Where did the time go? Starting with the quarterback competition, the guys talk about w…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds and Scott Eklund - just got done watching what they could of Day 9 of Washington's spring football campaign, as well as doing their post-practice interviews. Today they spoke with some of the defensive players and coaches, but again the big spotlight today on what they saw revolved around the quarterbacks. W…
 
As the Washington football team began its first full scrimmage of the spring on Friday, the media was heading up the tunnel. So short story shorter, we didn't get to watch any of it. But new UW Head Coach Kalen DeBoer was able to give us some tidbits from the 89-play scrimmage in front of some former UW players, coaches, and current recruits. He sp…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - recapped a cold Day 7 of Washington Spring Football, held inside Husky Stadium. It was a Wednesday where some different combinations were being used on both sides of the ball during the 11-11 period where the media was able to watch. And Sam Huard got the first-team reps to…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters - go through their observations from Day Six of UW spring football, and there wasn't a ton to talk about there because of the limited number of 11-on-11 reps the media got a chance to see on Monday. But we did get a quick chat in with Kalen DeBoer, who stopped by the media gaggle on his way…
 
On Friday, new UW Head Coach Kalen DeBoer spoke in front of the media for the first time since the start of spring football, and there were plenty of updates. Former Washington Defensive Line Coach Randy Hart spoke to the team after practice, which is what DeBoer is referring to at the beginning of his media session. DeBoer went on to give updates …
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - recap what they saw from Day Five of UW Spring Football, held Friday inside a blustery Husky Stadium. And after practice, the media spoke with new head coach Kalen DeBoer for the first time since spring ball started. He hinted at the open practice, which is now officially s…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, and Chris Fetters - had to pull rare double duty during Day 4 of UW Spring Football. For as long as we've been doing this, there has never been a player commit during practice, but we're in the transfer portal era now, so former Nebraska WR Will Nixon announced his intentions to join Washingto…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, and Chris Fetters - recapped their observations from Day Three of Washington's Spring Football campaign, held inside in the Dempsey Indoor for the first time this spring. It was quite windy outside, which normally wouldn't be an issue but with the weather coming in so quickly it was obviously …
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - spoke with some of the offensive players and coaches after day two of spring football, including quarterbacks Michael Penix, Jr., Dylan Morris, Sam Huard, and new receivers coach JaMarcus Shephard. Shephard, in particular, has stood out for the sheer energy and enthusiasm h…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - were all at Husky Stadium to watch Day One of Washington's spring football campaign, and we were treated to an hour's worth of viewing. That means we were not only able to see who was there and who wasn't, but where they were lining up on both sides of the ball. In the firs…
 
Dawgman.com spoke Monday to new Washington Head Coach Kalen DeBoer ahead of Wednesday's first day of spring football. DeBoer updated reporters on the latest injury news, including the offseason injury to Edefuan Ulofoshio that will cost the senior linebacker 'some games' of the 2022 season, as well as a host of other topics. Learn more about your a…
 
Dawgman.com spoke Monday to Washington Offensive Coordinator Ryan Grubb ahead of Wednesday's first day of spring football. Grubb spoke at length about the anticipated quarterback battle, running backs that will be missing time due to injury, and which position groups he's been impressed with the most, and instilling a new culture around the program…
 
On Friday, we wrapped up our position previews with a look at the special teams. It's hard to believe it, but we're less than a week away from the start of spring football. In today's podcast, the guys from Dawgman chat about the special teams and also give a long look at the secondary, which was previewed earlier in the week. How will the Huskies …
 
The interns from Dawgman.com - Luke Mounger and Jack McCauley - are still suffering from March Madness, and as such decided to get together and talk about their picks for who will survive and advance in the NCAA Tournament. And for those that just love this time of year, this podcast is a must-listen. The tournament starts today with Texas Southern…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Head of Hoops Aaron Beach - met up at a location halfway from their own homes this week to talk about Washington Men's Basketball and all the relevant storylines now that their season is over. It wasn't all rainbows and puppies, as Beach offered up some sobering opinions about the season and how it may …
 
The guys from Dawgman.com -- Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters and Kim Grinolds -- sit down on Saturday morning to chat about the tight ends and the offensive line as they head into spring practice later this month. Who winds up at left tackle? How will Scott Huff mix and match his group up front during the 15 practices which begin on March 30th? There a…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund - were joined by Kim Grinolds who is down in Las Vegas covering the Pac-12 Tournament and got a real bird's eye view of how Washington did in winning their first tournament game versus Utah and their brutal Thursday night loss to USC. In his post-game press conference, UW Head Coach Mike Ho…
 
On Seattle band Gas Huffer's first record, singer Matt Wright's first words were "The end!" Of course the irony is not lost on the listener, as the first song of the album starts up right after those words. Well, on Monday, Washington's Mike Hopkins waited until the very end of his media session to loudly utter "VEGAS, BABY!" but he should have sai…
 
Every Senior Night is an emotional one, but it had to be doubly emotional for the three senior transfers who came back home to play at least one more year of basketball. Terrell Brown, Jr., Daejon Davis, and Emmitt Matthews, Jr. were three of nine Washington Huskies to walk on Senior Night Saturday, and for the first 10 minutes or so of their game …
 
This week is the week of the NFL Draft Combine, but we had so many other things to talk about, we never got there. We promise we will the next time. The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - catch up for a long chat about what they expect to see from Washington's new-look offense in spring, as well as the end of th…
 
Everyone was big smiles after Washington's 78-67 win over Oregon Thursday night, but then it started to dawn on the players - Saturday's Senior Night game versus Oregon State is the last game for at least a handful of players. Mike Hopkins confirmed after the Oregon win that nine players will walk on Saturday. He didn't name them, but there are nin…
 
Washington Head Coach Mike Hopkins has one eye firmly focused on Washington's next opponent, the Oregon Ducks, but he's also letting his mind wander just a little bit toward Saturday's game too. That's because it's Senior Night, and it's the time to honor those who have given so much to the school and program. Hopkins was asked not only about how t…
 
Terrell Brown, Jr., Jamal Bey, and Mike Hopkins all spoke to the media after Washington's 77-66 loss to UCLA Monday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. Here's what they had to say about the game, where the momentum turned in the Bruins' favor, losing Daejon Davis, and what they can do with two games left on the schedule (Oregon and Oregon State) before…
 
Emmitt Matthews, Jr., Terrell Brown, Jr., and Mike Hopkins spoke to the media after Washington's 78-70 win over Washington State Saturday afternoon at Alaska Airlines Arena. Below is the full press conference audio, as well as selected quotes from each. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
It's a situation Mike Hopkins probably never thought he'd ever deal with, but he's now had to do it twice in the past two seasons. Because of COVID and how the pandemic has wreaked havoc with scheduling, the Washington Huskies had to play Arizona State in back-to-back games in Tempe last season, and now the Huskies will play their in-state rivals f…
 
It was a long process, but it all paid off on Sunday when the Husky women's basketball team, 0-10 on the season in conference play, got their first conference win of the season with a 74-69 win over Arizona State at Alaska Airlines Arena. It wasn't just a win to get first-year head coach Tina Langley her first conference win, it also was a way to g…
 
The 2021/2022 basketball season has not gone the way Tina Langley had hoped when she took over the Husky women's basketball program last year. Instead of dwelling on her team's struggles, she's remaining focused on the process of becoming the best team possible and setting the team up for success in the future. On Wednesday, Langley met with the me…
 
Mike Hopkins spoke with the media Monday ahead of Washington's road trip to USC and UCLA. The Huskies face off with the Trojans Thursday night with an 8:30 pm PT tip. Hopkins was asked about what he saw on tape from the Saturday loss to Arizona, the similarities between UA and USC, the idea of possibly not seeing Isaiah Mobley, who is dealing with …
 
Terrell Brown, Jr., Nate Roberts, and Mike Hopkins all spoke post-game after the Huskies lost big to No. 4 Arizona, 92-68. Everything was working so well for the Huskies the first 10 minutes of the game as they built up a 14-point lead on the Wildcats. But Arizona made adjustments, and Washington just couldn't counter their counters. Terrell Brown,…
 
Washington Head Coach Mike Hopkins spoke with the media after Washington's 87-64 win over Arizona State. He talked about the status of Daejon Davis, the reason for putting P.J. Fuller in his place, on Cole Bajema's game, and the opportunity that lay ahead this weekend for UW as they host No. 4 Arizona. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
Washington Head Coach Mike Hopkins spoke to the media Monday, and below are selected quotes, as well as full audio, ahead of UW's Thursday night game versus Arizona State. The Huskies will likely be without Daejon Davis, hurt early in their loss at Stanford. Hopkins knows what Davis brings to the team but is confident others can step up as the Sun …
 
Washington Head Coach Kalen DeBoer met with the media today to discuss the players signed by the Huskies during the first day of the regular signing period for the 2022 recruiting class. The period extends through the middle of April. He broke down all the players that have since signed that he couldn't talk about six weeks ago during the early sig…
 
After winning their last four home games and five of their last six, the Washington Huskies are starting to gel into the team Mike Hopkins envisioned, even when the rest of the league had their doubts. Remember when the Pac-12 media picked UW to finish the season in 11th place? Well, the Huskies are now tied for fourth place with Oregon and are abo…
 
It has been a tough couple of weeks for the Washington women's basketball team. They are currently on a six-game losing streaking, not having won a game since December 20th and then enduring a nearly three-week stretch of COVID-related quarantines. This past weekend, the Huskies played a rare home-and-home with cross-state rival Washington State, a…
 
Washington players Nate Roberts and Terrell Brown, Jr. spoke to the media after UW's 77-73 double-overtime win over Utah Saturday afternoon, as did UW Head Coach Mike Hopkins. And Hopkins isn't surprised the Huskies are at 6-3 right now in conference play, good enough for fourth place at the moment. In fact, he said there are a few players that can…
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund - break down Washington's final recruiting weekend for the 2022 class as the Huskies prepare to finish things out starting with the first day of the regular signing period on Wednesday. Recruits can sign through mid-April, but we expect almost all of UW's business to be concluded Wednesday,…
 
Washington players Terrell Brown, Jr. and Emmitt Matthews, Jr., as well as Head Coach Mike Hopkins, spoke to the media after their 60-58 win over Colorado Thursday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. Here's a sampling of what they said about the game, what went right for the Huskies, especially in the second half, and what they'll work on as they get r…
 
The media spoke Wednesday with Washington Head Coach Mike Hopkins, who missed the last two games with the Huskies due to being in COVID protocol. That meant lead assistant coach Will Conroy moved into the head coaching chair, where he went 1-1 on the road against the Oregon schools. Hopkins spoke to the media about being in protocol, what it was li…
 
After two tough losses at home to Oregon and Oregon State last week, Husky head coach Tina Langley and her team have hit a tough stretch. Now that it is behind them, they will play cross-state rival Washington State (10-6) in a home-and-home situation. Sitting at 5-7 (0-4 in conference) on the season, the Huskies seem at a tipping point right now, …
 
The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund - take a deep dive Saturday morning to break down what's going on with Washington recruiting as we're roughly 10 days away from the start of the regular signing period for football. The Huskies signed four high school players in the mid-year signing period back in December: Ryan Otton, Park…
 
Kalen DeBoer takes over at Washington and has a tall task in front of him of rebuilding Huskies recruiting both in-state and throughout the country. Scott Eklund of 247Sports' Dawgman.com joins Lance Glinn to break down UW recruiting under DeBoer, some of the top targets remaining in 2022, and how the new head coach can lock down the home state! Ho…
 
As the Washington Huskies get set to face off against the Oregon schools starting Thursday night in Corvallis, UW Head Coach Mike Hopkins spoke to the media today about the two 'incredible opportunities' that lay in front of the Hoop Dawgs. And they couldn't be more different. On Thursday, UW will play a struggling Oregon State (3-13, 1-5) team, le…
 
After a three week layoff, the Husky women's basketball squad took to the floor last week in Los Angeles. While the results were losses, first year head coach Tina Langley saw some positives and she told the media on Tuesday, that she and the rest of the team are excited to return home and play in front of Washington fans on their home court. Befor…
 
Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds caught up post-game Saturday night with the Head of Hoops, Aaron Beach, to break down Washington's 67-64 win over Stanford, as well as what went well for the home team as they continue to build on their offensive and defensive identities and what they need to continue to work on both sides of the floor. It's always a good…
 
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