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New UW QB Jacob Eason tells KJR that Petersen kept the door open for his return

Washington Huskies transfer quarterback Jacob Eason spoke Monday with KJR 950 AM a little more than a week before the team breaks for spring camp. Eason, who spent two seasons with the Georgia Bulldogs, is a Lake Stevens native who joined UW in February. NCAA rules state Eason must sit out the 2018 season but the former five-star prospect will be eligible for the 2019 campaign.

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One year later, Mike Hopkins is proving he was the right choice for UW

Believe it or not, Mike Hopkins has been at Washington for a full year. Hopkins was hired a year ago Monday and in that time, he’s led the Huskies to 21 wins and created a belief that the program is on the road to sustained success. Washington athletics director Jennifer Cohen shared the backstory of what led the school to choose Hopkins and how there was an alternate plan in place if they kept Lorenzo Romar for a 16th season.

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For the second time in three years, UW moves on to the second round of the NIT

The Washington Huskies would go on to win against the Boise State Broncos in a first round NIT game at the Alaska Airlines Arena. Washington, at one point, held a 17-point lead and forced Boise State to only record one field goal in the second quarter. The Broncos, however, rallied to shoot 9-for-17 in the third quarter and cut the Huskies’ edge to just three points going into the fourth quarter.


They met four months ago and since then, a lot has changed for Boise State and UW

The Washington Huskies and Boise State Broncos will meet Wednesday for the first time in nearly 20 years when they play each other in an NIT first-round game at the Alaska Airlines Arena. Both teams played a preseason scrimmage and from that time, have gone on to succeed in certain areas. And with the NIT pushing the 3-point line back, will it give UW’s defense the edge or will it benefit the best 3-point shooting team in BSU history?

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2019 JUCO OT Corey Luciano commits to Washington

The Washington Huskies added to their 2019 football recruiting class Monday when 2019 junior college offensive lineman Corey Luciano committed to the team. Luciano, who is listed at 6 feet, 4 inches and weighs 286 pounds, was an all-conference selection last season Diablo Valley College (Calif.) in San Ramon.


How Will Conroy’s biggest assist could be helping UW basketball return to glory

Will Conroy’s mark on the Washington Huskies’ basketball program is going far beyond what he did as a player. First-year coach Mike Hopkins wanted to keep Conroy on staff because he saw a young coach with ton of potential. Plus, he saw a lot of himself in Conroy too. As it stands, the Huskies’ all-time assists leader is playing a large role in helping UW return to prominence.

Here are Mike Hopkins’ greatest hits of this season

Mike Hopkins may have won 21 games in his first year at Washington. He’s also said some pretty entertaining things too.
Ryan Clark