Washington Rumors & News

  • Former Georgia QB Jacob Eason officially transfers back home to Washington

    CBS Sports "What was once an inevitability officially became reality on Tuesday as Washington welcomed former 5-star quarterback prospect and one-time Georgia starter Jacob Eason to the Huskies. The school announced the addition of Eason via video posted to the official recruiting account. Eason, a..." February 06

  • UCLA lands graduate transfer QB K.J. Carta-Samuels from Washington

    CBS Sports "New UCLA coach Chip Kelly will see the talent in his quarterback room take a massive leap forward right away in 2018. Washington graduate transfer quarterback K.J. Carta-Samuels told CBS Sports on Monday that he will enroll in UCLA in the spring and be immediately eligible to play the 2018..." January 15

  • Huskies star running back Myles Gaskin says he will return for his senior season

    Seattle Times "Washington star running back Myles Gaskin will return for his senior season. Gaskin announced his plans Sunday on Twitter, writing simply: “I’m comin back. #GoDawgz” The 5-foot-10, 190-pound running back from Lynnwood had given strong consideration to entering the NFL draft leading up to the..." January 14

  • Report: Georgia QB, Week 1 starter Jacob Eason expected to transfer to Washington

    CBS Sports "Quarterback Jacob Eason, Georgia's Week 1 starter, is leaning heavily towards transferring to Washington, according to Adam Jude of the Seattle Times. Jude writes that Eason is expected to transfer "barring a last-minute change of heart." Georgia nor Eason, who is from Lake Stevens,..." January 09

  • Washington's Vea headed for NFL draft after Fiesta Bowl loss

    Seattle Times "In the final game of his Husky career, junior defensive lineman Vita Vea held back tears as he walked off the field following Washington’s 35-28 loss to Penn State in Saturday’s Fiesta Bowl. Vea, in the team’s worst-kept secret, confirmed to The Seattle Times that he is planning to hire an..." December 31

  • Oregon State expected to hire Jonathan Smith as next football coach

    Oregonian "Oregon State is expected to name Washington co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jonathan Smith its next football coach, sources close to Smith on Wednesday told The Oregonian/OregonLive. Smith will return to OSU after previously serving as the Beavers quarterback from 1998-2001 and..." November 29

  • Myles Gaskin, Jake Browning break Washington career touchdown records

    Seattle Times "In the same half, Washington’s backfield tandem of Jake Browning and Myles Gaskin each reached new heights in the UW record book. After Gaskin broke the school record with his 38th career rushing touchdown in the first quarter, Browning broke the school record with his 76th career passing..." November 19

  • UW’s Azeem Victor suspended indefinitely after arrest

    Seattle Times "Washington senior linebacker Azeem Victor has been suspended indefinitely from the team after he was arrested over the weekend. According to King County Jail records, Victor was booked into custody at 4:16 a.m. Sunday after being arrested on suspicion of DUI. He was released from custody at..." November 16

  • Dante Pettis breaks NCAA record with ninth career punt return for a touchdown

    CBS Sports "Why anyone puts to Washington wide receiver Dante Pettis anymore is one of this world's great mysteries. Still, teams do, which is a good thing for Pettis. It was a good thing for the Huskies, too, during Saturday's game against Oregon as Pettis took a 64-yard punt return to the house. It was..." November 05

  • ESPN apologizes to University of Washington for snarky broadcast

    Awful Announcing "One of the more interesting storylines of the 2017 college football season was the University of Washington vs. ESPN. More specifically, the dispute was centered around Huskies coach Chris Petersen’s criticisms of late starting times to accommodate television. To put it rather mildly, Petersen was..." October 19

  • Washington loses LT Adams, CB Miller for the season

    College Football Talk "No. 12 Washington’s loss to Arizona State was a disaster on the field — for more reasons than one. The Huskies not only put their College Football Playoff hopes in danger — they’ll need to sweep their next six games, including a finishing kick that calls for games against No. 22 Stanford, No...." October 17

  • Washington loses WR Chico McClatcher for season with ankle injury

    Sporting News - NCAAF "No. 6 Washington will have to get by without one of its top offensive weapons the rest of the season. Receiver Chico McClatcher is done for the year after suffering a broken left ankle Saturday against Colorado, coach Chris Petersen announced Monday. According to The Seattle Times,..." September 26