Scout Premium Content

Staff Continuity Strengthens UW Program

Defensive Coordinator Nick Holt (Dawgman.com)

Same coaches, same terminology, same schemes, and the same way of doing things gives the Huskies a chance to accomplish a lot more in the 15 practices of spring football than they did only a year ago.

After 10 years of staff turnover involving five different head coaches and five different systems, the Washington Huskies do not have to waste another set of spring practices. Instead of implementing and introducing something new, they will now simply enhance what they already have in place. From the coaching standpoint they can actually work with players they know and who know them. The...

Dawgman.com Recommended Stories


  • SEATTLE - It has been reported that over 50,000 Seattle City Light customers lost power late Saturday night in more than 200 separate outages, but the biggest outage was certainly at Husky Stadium.…

  • This weekend, Bishop Amat (La Puente, Ca.) LB Anthony Camargo took his official visit to Seattle to check out Washington and get the "red carpet" treatment. What did he think about his time on…

  • Another week and another bad offensive performance for the Huskies. The weather definitely didn't help things, but in a game where even a below-average output on the offensive side of the ball would…

  • Michigan President Mark Schlissel officially announced the resignation of athletic director Dave Brandon Friday. Schlissel appointed Jim Hackett as the interim AD with the plan moving forward to hire…

  • The initial basketball signing period begins in less than two weeks and there are currently 22 players in Scout.com's 2015 top 100 still uncommitted. Who are those 22 players considering and who will…