Coach Sark addressed the team Friday night in the hotel and discussed “the importance of taking the next step as a team.” He was referring to putting an entire game together from a standpoint of all three major phases. “This is the fourth quarter of the season and we need to finish really well together.” Saturday night, there was a feeling that the Huskies really bought into that message. Offensively, defensively, and on special teams, there were a lot of great things that occurred....More
Post Game: Washington vs. Utah
DAWGS OF THE GAME
Offense:The three-headed monster of Keith Price, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and Bishop Sankey piled up the yards and the points tonight in probably the most well-rounded offensive performance of the season for the Huskies. But it is Price who gets the nod tonight. KP17 did it all, scrambling for a touchdown and throwing for two others. Price accumulated 277 yards in the air on a 24-33 night.
They're favored by one point - are Ute kidding me?
The Huskies are nearly 24 hours away from the last home game of the season, and for the seniors, their last home game of their career. In honor of our seniors and their commitment to this program, this week’s “Friday Figures” will feature stats from some of our seniors that will play a big role in the Saturday night showdown with Utah.
47:Drew Schaefer has played in every possible game during his eligibility here, except for the obvious redshirt season,...More
This week we want to show some love for the football players at the University of Washington, or at least what the rest of the world calls football. The UW women’s soccer team faces off with Auburn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament this Friday night at the Husky Soccer Stadium at 7pm. The men’s team is fighting for a spot in the postseason on Friday, and possibly a conference championship. The 24th ranked Dawgs travel to Corvallis to challenge the Beavers of OSU in the last match of...More
Competitor Tuesday: Dawg Pack Member Brian Christensen
To show our appreciation for our dedicated fans, CoachSark.com chatted with University of Washington unofficial voice of the Dawg Pack Brian Christensen for our weekly Competitor Tuesday feature. Christensen is a student in the School of Industrial Engineering at the UW, a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity, and a great overall representation of the students that make up the Dawg Pack here at the university.
CoachSark.com:How long have you been going to the games for...More
Tell the Truth Monday
The Huskies return home this weekend to play the Utah Utes in what will be UW’s last game at CenturyLink Field before returning to a revamped Husky Stadium in 2013. So far, the Dawgs have loved their new kennel, running a 4-1 record at the CLink. The fans have also responded well to the change in scenery, sounding a lot like the Husky Stadium crowd. It has almost become tradition this year for the student section to charge the field after wins at their temporary digs.
Looking back on...More
This weekend was Friday Night Lights for the Huskies. The team answered the call when the lights were turned on. They battled through adversity and showed grit and determination. The Dawgs earned their 11th consecutive victory with a game decided by ten points or less.
“We are really proud of this team,” said an animated Coach Sark. “The team continues to answer the challenges from this staff and they do it with such resolve.”
With all that said, this was an ugly game last...More
Post Game: Washington at California
DAWGS OF THE GAME
Offense: It was quite easy to notice that Bishop Sankey and Austin Seferian-Jenkins had awesome games tonight for the Husky offense, but the hard part is deciding which one deserves to be recognized for Dawg of the Game. We’re choosing both. Sankey gained 189 yards on 29 carries, exceeding his career highs. ASJ’s 8 catches for 154 yards pushed the sophomore standout past his last season’s totals for those categories. The second year...More
The team takes the field in a couple hours against the Golden Bears of Cal. The Huskies flew down yesterday afternoon and have the spent the day in preparation. Here are a few key figures to look at for tonight’s game that should hold you over until kickoff.
4:Four different Husky defenders intercepted an OSU pass last week: Justin Glenn, Sean Parker, Marcus Peters, and John Timu. Peters leads the team with 3 interceptions this season.