Washington Rumors & News

  • No. 9 Huskies survive Wildcats in overtime

    The Sports Xchange "TUCSON, Ariz. -- Washington hadn't been tested through one of the easiest non-conference schedules in the country for a major-conference team. The ninth-ranked Huskies, though, got all they could handle Saturday night. Washington (4-0) couldn't put away Arizona in the second half and needed..." September 25

  • Huskies get commitment from Juanita running back Salvon Ahmed

    Seattle Times "Juanita High School running back Salvon Ahmed announced his commitment to the Huskies on Friday, choosing Washington over Oregon, Stanford, USC and Notre Dame. Scout lists the 6-foot, 186-pound Ahmed as a four-star athlete and the 174th-ranked recruit in the nation." September 24

  • No. 8 Washington starts fast, finishes with 41-3 win

    The Sports Xchange "Eighth-ranked Washington did not need long to remove the suspense from Saturday night's nonconference match-up with Portland State at Seattle. Quarterback Jake Browning threw four touchdown passes as the Huskies raced to an early 28-point lead and rolled to a 41-3 victory over the FCS..." September 18

  • QB Browning leads No. 8 Washington past Idaho

    The Sports Xchange "Washington dominated Idaho on both sides of the ball on Saturday, winning 59-14 in a game in which the host No. 8 Huskies sent the Vandals to "death row" early, according to defensive tackle Vita Vea. "We actually have a thing that we call 'Death Row,'" Vea said after the game, played in..." September 10

  • Ross scores 3 TDs as No. 14 Washington sprints past Rutgers

    The Sports Xchange "SEATTLE -- Washington junior John Ross claims that shortly after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the spring of 2015, he downloaded a calendar for his phone and inserted a picture of the Rutgers mascot. That's how eager he was to be back on the field for the Huskies' 2016 season..." September 03

  • Washington lands 4-star safety Brandon McKinney

    Seattle Times "Add another highly touted recruit to Washington’s stacked secondary. Brandon McKinney, a four-star safety from Lutheran High in Orange, Calif., announced his verbal commitment to the Huskies on Saturday. Scout ranks McKinney as the No. 1 safety recruit in California for the Class of 2017 and..." July 17

  • Washington receiver leaves team because of depression, anxiety

    CBS Sports "Washington receiver Isaiah Renfro is leaving the program, announcing his decision via Twitter on Sunday evening. In a heartfelt statement, Renfro shared his battles with depression and anxiety, saying that he missed Washington's spring practice this year because he was in a hospital and part of..." May 30

  • Rutgers opens as heavy underdogs for season opener at Washington

    Newark Star-Ledger "Rutgers' season opener is four months away, but coach Chris Ash already has some bulletin board material. The Scarlet Knights aren't getting much respect from oddsmakers, as they have opened as 20.5-point underdogs for the season opener at Washington on Sept. 3, according to the 5Dimes..." May 09

  • 4-star DT Marlon Tuipulotu commits to Washington

    Oregonian "The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers have both placed increased emphasis on corralling top in-state over the past two recruiting classes. That effort took a huge blow Saturday evening, as 247Sports four-star defensive tackle Marlon Tuipulotu, a U.S. Army All-American selection, committed..." April 17

  • Washington lands big-time St. John Bosco WR recruit Terrell Bynum

    USA Today High School Sports "Chris Peterson loves explosive players at the skill positions, and he just landed his man in the Class of 2016. As announced on a California radio show and then tweeted by the player himself just after midnight Thursday, St. John Bosco star wide receiver Terrell Bynum has decided to take his..." April 15

  • University of Washington ready to cook with Budda Baker

    Fox Sports "Chris Petersen's never been one to gush. But if you really want to get him going, ask him about Budda Baker, Washington's version of the Energizer bunny. Both the coach and his star defensive back have been at Washington for two seasons, and Petersen said he's never seen Baker not finish first..." April 07