All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Steve Sarkisian’

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    Television Alternatives For the Broken-Bracketed

    It’s Saturday morning, Ducks fans!  There is reason to rejoice as our beloveds are still alive in the NCAA Tournament.  Later today, the Ducks take on the Wisconsin Badgers in a second-round match-up that Wisconsin fans have been awaiting ever since a certain Rose Bowl. …

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    Coaching Carousel: The 5 Biggest Coaching Changes Around the Pac-12

    The off season always brings about a deluge of coaching changes around the college football world.  Some coaches get fired during the season, such as Lane Kiffin at USC, but aren’t replaced until the dust has settled on the final games of the year, while others, like …

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    Oh Boy, Lupoi!

    In news that is breaking harder and faster as we speak, Washington Huskies’ recruiting superstar Tosh Lupoi is being investigated by the NCAA for giving impermissible benefits.  As Duck fans, we know what it’s like to be investigated only to be exonerated when all of …

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    Inside the Locker Room: Huskies Now 0-for-the-Decade

    from video Spirits were high in Seattle Saturday morning.  Fresh off a narrow three-point loss on the road to Stanford, the Husky faithful were confident that this was the year, after nine failed tries in a row, that Washington would finally get the best of …

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    Pac-12 Examiner: Frustrated Sark tosses visor, ends practice, goes home

    Bryan Veloso /Wikimedia Commons This week, in Pac-12 North news: Seattle:  With a lackluster 26-25 overall record entering his fifth season as one of the highest paid coaches in the conference, Steve Sarkisian might be feeling the pressure of expectations in Montlake. The Huskies have that brand new stadium to …

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    Sonnets That Define a Coach’s Character

    Google Images Last weekend, a couple of friends and I went camping at a remote lake in the Cascade range. After arriving at our site, we noticed a beaten journal that appeared in a spot most strange. Not hidden in the dense bush, nor buried …

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  • Makeover complete, Huskies believe they can fly

    They say if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. And, over the last several football seasons, that appears to be concisely the goal of the University of Washington. Since the “glorious” (see: NCAA rules violations riddled) Don James era, the long time formidable team from …

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