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A View From Corvallis

It's that time of the week again; time to get the final word on Washington's opponent. This week it's the Oregon State Beavers, and Beaverfootball.com's Jim Phillips was kind enough to answer our questions as the Beavers travel north to face the Huskies Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

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By-The-Numbers: Oregon State

By-The-Numbers is back! And we thought we'd be dealing with numbers of a different kind in the desert, but instead it was the subtraction that killed Washington's hopes of an upset. Now they're back at Husky Stadium hoping the digits fall in their favor against Oregon State.

Major interest in Nowell

Major interest in Nowell

College coaches are making Jaylen Nowell a priority in the 2017 class.

West Recruiting Blog

West Recruiting Blog

Get the latest from Scout's National Director of Recruiting and West Recruiting Manager Brandon Huffman right here on the recruiting happenings out West...

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Dawgman Insider Blog: OSU (UPDATED THURSDAY)

The Washington football team (6-5 overall, 2-5 Pac-12) plays its final home game of the season Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. as Oregon State (5-5, 2-5) visits. The winner will become bowl eligible as each team still has its rivalry game remaining on the schedule the following Saturday. The game will air on the Pac-12 Networks.

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Hoops Game Preview Coverage - Seattle U.

The Huskies start a five-game road streak this Friday as they head downtown to KeyArena to take on Seattle University at 7 p.m. The game will be televised on JoeTV (channel 10 on Comcast, channel 22 on Dish and DirecTV). Additionally the game will be broadcast on KOMO 1000AM and FM 97.7 with Bob Rondeau and Jason Hamilton on the call.

Friday Night Lights: State Playoffs

Friday Night Lights: State Playoffs

Washington commit Myles Gaskin, a running back from O'Dea (Seattle), took on one of the top 3A teams in the state this past weekend while 2016's top in-state quarterback recruit, Lake Stevens' Jacob Eason, faced off against Newport (Bellevue, Wa.) and Oregon commit Calvin Throckmorton in the first round of the state playoffs...

Weekend Observations - UW/Pac 12 (Week 12)

Weekend Observations - UW/Pac 12 (Week 12)

Husky nation is licking it's wounds after a heart-breaking, gut-wrenching, 27-26 loss to Arizona on Saturday. We jotted down some quick observations regarding the game in Tucson as well as the other three Pac 12 games that took place over the weekend...

UW/Arizona Gameday Coverage: All-In-One

UW/Arizona Gameday Coverage: All-In-One

If you missed any of Dawgman.com's coverage of Saturday's 27-26 loss to Arizona, here is where to find it. We have our gameday blog, player and coach interviews, game analysis and grades all in one place for your reading and viewing pleasure...

UW/Arizona Game - Position Grades

UW/Arizona Game - Position Grades

When you talk about frustrating losses, this game will go down in the annals of Washington history in that category. From unforced turnovers to bad snaps to penalties to bad clock management, this game seemingly had it all. Here's a look at how each position group looked in UW's 27-26 loss to Arizona and what needs to get better as they head into the final two weeks of the season...

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It's Called Math

Forget the odds, forget the doubters; Washington had a monster chance to win a road game against a ranked opponent for only the second time in 22 chances Saturday in Tucson, and they blew it. And for all of the Huskies' excellent play for 58 minutes and 30 seconds, it was that last 90 seconds that will haunt Chris Petersen and his staff for quite some time - and should.

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DawgmanRadio: Arizona

TUCSON - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters dug through the bones and picked apart Washington's 27-26 loss to the Arizona Wildcats Saturday afternoon at Arizona Stadium. Despite playing the 'Cats in nearly every phase of the game, they were undone in the final seconds.

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