Sep 18, 2013
Washington's Shelton plays 'The Flintstones'
It was indeed a funny sight Saturday at Chicago's Soldier Field when UW's Hau'oli Kikaha, a 250-pound starting defensive end, came into the game against Illinois as a defensive tackle - a spot usually held down by the 327-pound Danny Shelton.
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First Depth Chart of 2013 Released
Sr. LB Princeton Fuimaono has capped a terrific camp by being named co-starter at OLB with Travis Feeney - Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE Coach Sark has released the first official depth chart for the 2013 season, and there are a few mild surprises.
NCAA Football Preview - Washington Huskies
That type of lackluster success occurred again last season. Washington was good for an upset or two during the year, including wins over Pac-12 Champion Stanford and nine-win Oregon State, but a three-game losing streak in October and an inexplicable 31-28 overtime loss to Washington State in the season finale kept the team at a meager 7-6 in the ... (more)
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Better Worse Or Neutral: Defensive Tackle
Danny Shelton leads a group of walking wounded coming out of the 2012 season. Nearly everybody is back, but does that mean they'll be better? It's hard to really define who is a defensive tackle for the Huskies because more than just the players listed here will see time on the interior of the line.
Five questions for the Huskies entering fall camp
Travis Feeney , here celebrating with teammates during a victory over Utah last November, anchors a stout linebacking corps for the Huskies.