Washington men’s basketball coach Lorenzo Romar was a guest on Sports Radio KJR yesterday with Elise Woodward and Bob Condotta.
Among the topics discussed: the death of UW legend Bob Houbregs, and the proposal by Pac-12 presidents that freshmen men’s basketball players be declared ineligible to play their first year.
Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian was on KJR this morning and ran threw several topics. Here are some highlights:
Not a lot of earth shattering news out of the interview. But Sarkisian did mention there is a possibility of James Johnson redshirting.
In preparation for fall camp, Steve Sarkisian was in studio with Mitch Levy and Dick Fain discussing the Husky football program and the upcoming season.
Of note …
Sarkisian said starting left guard Colin Tanigawa was cleared to participate fully in fall camp. That’s big for the Huskies.
It was a big Huskies morning on KJR with Mitch Levy and guest-host Jason Hamilton talking with the recently drafted Terrence Ross (above) and then interviewing UW athletics director Scott Woodward (after the jump) about the college football playoffs and other football related aspects.
Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian joined Dave “Softy” Mahler today for an interview.
Nothing earth shattering from the interview. Sark did say that his staff “tinkered” with the idea of holding fall camp off campus because of the space restrictions caused by the construction of the new Husky Stadium.
Sarkisian also said he felt like the team should have been 9-4 this past season. He pointed to the losses to Oregon State and Baylor as games the Huskies should have won.
He talked about how tough the early schedule is and …
Meant to post this other day, but some interesting stuff from Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott, who joined Ian Furness and Jason Puckett