DB Brendan Radley-Hiles led the Huskies with nine tackles Saturday. / Art Thiel, Sportspress Northwest Stylishly bearded and inquisitive to the point of being annoying, Brendan Radley-Hiles is not unlike a graduate student enrolled at the University of Washington eager to further his education. Yet rather than delve into research medicine or the latest get-rich business scheme, this Californian by way of the University of Oklahoma has come for the organized thrashing of opposing football players all over the artificial turf as a well-informed defensive back. The UW, it’s been reported, is a national leader in this sort of choreographed mayhem.
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Freshman QB Sam Huard has yet to play for Washington. Might be time to break him in Saturday. / University of Washington Athletics The answers for a University of Washington football team seemingly clueless in generating meaningful offense this season sit right there in front of these Huskies as they sidle up to Arkansas State Saturday (1:15 p.m., Pac-12 Networks). Just do what the Red Wolves do: Tag-team the quarterback position. What can it hurt? UW football fans are so disgusted by what they’ve seen in two outings from an under-performing UW offense, they’re ready to tear down Husky Stadium…
The Huskies have one just once in the The Big House in Ann Arbor. / Michiganwallpaper.com The blueprint for beating the Michigan Wolverines in the largest football stadium in the nation is fairly straightforward. If followed religiously and enthusiastically, it can supply a positive result. Here’s how it goes: Obsess about the Big Ten team at all times during the off-season; when running 100-yard stadium sprints, do two more for Michigan; and when lifting a prescribed amount of weight, hoist a few more reps for the Maize and Blue. Thirty-seven years ago, the University of Washington football team didn’t waver…
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The Sounders won two of three awards voted on by the public at the 85th Sports Star of the Year, and University of Washington’s Sis Bates was Female Athlete of the Year.
Washington Incentives were plentiful in this one, a 38-7 rout of Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl that sent off coach Chris Petersen and the seniors in impressive fashion.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few said the Huskies were “as good as we’ve seen,” but Washington wasn’t good enough to pull off the upset, falling 83-76 at Hec Ed Sunday.