With only two more days left of practice before they split up for winter break, Washington football players and coaches met with the media to talk about the upcoming break and the week of practice that was. Players will return home on Sunday afternoon after practice for one week and then the Huskies will go immediately to Arizona where preparations for the Cactus Bowl will continue. The Huskies take on Oklahoma State on Jan. 2 in Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.
Three more games separate the Washington men's basketball team from the start of conference play and the Huskies are still undefeated. Their biggest test to keeping their perfect nonconference record comes this weekend, when the No. 16 Huskies face No. 15 Oklahoma in Las Vegas at the MGM Showcase at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
After the Washington men's basketball team cruised to a blowout victory over Grambling State on Wednesday night, players and coaches met with the media to talk about the victory as well as the UW's next game against No. 15 Oklahoma.
The Huskies are just starting to dive into opponent-specific bowl preparation as they are slated to take on Oklahoma State in the Cactus Bowl on Jan. 2. Players met with the media to talk about the bowl game, their early scouting reports on Oklahoma State, and the progression of the team through the bowl practices.
Linebacker Shaq Thompson, defensive tackle Danny Shelton, and outside linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha were named AP First Team All-Americans on Tuesday morning. It's the first time in program history the Huskies have had three first-team All-Americans. Head coach Chris Petersen and the three All-Americans met with the media after practice to talk about their newest honors.
Riding an 8-0 start to the season, the Washington men's basketball team hosts Grambling State (2-6) on Wednesday at 8 p.m. One year after the Huskies finished 17-15 and missed the NCAA tournament for the third year in a row, they're off to the best start for the program since 2005-06, when the UW started 11-0.
Andrew Hudson’s UW career was over last year. He was shuffled out of Montlake by the previous coaching staff, finishing his career with a whimper. He was announced as a senior on Senior Day without much of his family in attendance and had eyes toward graduate school. Then he came back.