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April
25th

A few standouts from the Huskies’ spring finale

Washington quarterback Jeff Lindquist (5) dodges Georgia State defender Tarris Batiste on his way to a touchdown in the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Seattle. Washington won 45-14. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Washington quarterback Jeff Lindquist (5) dodges Georgia State defender Tarris Batiste on his way to a touchdown in the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Seattle. Washington won 45-14. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

A handful of standouts from the Huskies’ final practice of the spring …

QB Jeff Lindquist (R-Jr., 6-3, 244) — Along with his 237 yards passing and two touchdowns (he did throw an interception, too), Lindquist also led a long, impressive drive that ended with Ralph Kinne’s 2-yard touchdown run during the final 11-on-11 period of the day. It’s not hard to see why coach Chris Petersen and offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith seem fairly pleased with Lindquist’s progression this spring. He looks a little more poised, a little more confident. And he’s throwing the ball a little better as a result. This is still very much a three-player quarterback competition — Jake Browning and K.J. Carta-Samuels improved throughout spring, too — but I think I might give Lindquist a slight edge heading into fall camp. Read more »

Jan.
26th

Bozeman DL writes on Twitter that he will play for Washington

The Boise State purge continues, as Bozeman defensive lineman Will Dissly, who once said he’d play football for BSU, wrote on Twitter today that he plans instead to play for coach Chris Petersen at Washington.

Dissly becomes the fifth player formerly “committed” to Boise State to change his mind and say he’ll play for UW.

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