Ducks’ Struggles Could Cost Huskies a Playoff Spot

Aaron Lewis Editorials 13 Comments

For more than a decade, the Washington Huskies watched their hated rivals to the south rise to the upper echelon of college football. This rise was accompanied by the annual beating the Ducks put on the Huskies each fall for 12 straight years. As Ducks fans are painfully aware, the decade of domination over the Huskies has ended. The Ducks are 2-4 and licking …

An Analysis of the Hyped Huskies

Rory Davidson Analysis 1 Comment

Clearly something needs to happen. Someone needs to give the biggest motivational speech anyone has ever heard. This team needs to get some sense slapped into them, because this season is going downhill really fast. This is the game that the Ducks need, though. The Ducks hate the Washington Huskies. I would sure hope that they have no problem getting …

Regular Season Game Recap

McKalie Bellew FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

It is a great year to be a Ducks fan, am I right? Especially for the fans that have been dedicated through the harder times. I cannot even begin to describe how proud I am of our men not only from tonight but from this season all together. Here is a short recap of this years season for our Ducks: …

Stopping the Play-Making Huskies

Rory Davidson FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 7 Comments

Last year, a friend of mine who is a diehard Oregon fan showed me an email that his dad had sent to a few Oregon alumni. The email was about three pages long, and was an in-depth history of the Oregon-Washington rivalry. Being a Stanford fan at the time, I hadn’t really known exactly how much hostility existed between Oregon …

College Football Nation: It Pays to Cheat and “Roll Tide” Officer

Jeff Hostetler FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

  Finally some more news to talk about thanks to the PAC-12, ACC, and BIG-12 all stepping up to the plate and holding their media days. We have commissioners telling us cheating is okay, coaches saying it is okay to steal and so much more. It was an eventful week. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby fired off at the NCAA …

College Football Nation: Washington Goes Both Ways and March Madness

Jeff Hostetler FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

As spring ball is about to start, the nation still has its eyes turned toward March Madness.  It has been the most exciting two days the tournament has seen in years.  Not a single perfect bracket is left.  Watching the underdog win and move on is always exciting.  I am really pulling for a “Cinderella” team to win it all. The …

Did You Guys Just Get Here? Washington’s First College GameDay Saturday

Nathan Roholt FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 8 Comments

30fps.mocksession.com It was the logical choice for ESPN’s College GameDay: Washington, who was ranked 16th in the nation, and also a team coming off a three-point road loss to a top-five school, is now having their biggest rival — the nation’s second-ranked program — come to town in the highest-ranked matchup in college football last Saturday.  Yet, the fact that …

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

Nathan Roholt FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 9 Comments

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 Oregon.  An estimated 10,000 fans arrived by 3:00 AM for the first-ever appearance of ESPN’s …

Top 5 Factors to ‘Win the Decade’ From the Huskies

Josh White FishWrap 2 Comments

Kevin Cline Tomorrow, the 2nd-ranked Oregon Football team will face a sizeable challenge in Seattle. A confident pack of Huskies are fired up over their close loss to Stanford, and ESPN Gameday will be on campus for the first time ever.  This game against the 16th-ranked Huskies is supposed to mark the first true test for the Ducks in 2013.  Most prognosticators still …