UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON2009 HUSKY FOOTBALLw w w . g o h u skies.comContact: Jeff Bechthold (206) 543-2230 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Husky Schedule / resultsSept. 5Sept. 12Sept. 19Sept. 26Oct. 3Oct. 10Oct. 17Oct. 24Nov. 7Nov. 14Nov. 28Dec. 5LSU (ESPN)IDAHO (FSN-NW)USC (ABC)at Stanfordat Notre Dame (NBC)ARIZONAat Arizona State (FSN)OREGONat UCLAat Oregon StateWASHINGTON STATECALIFORNIA (FSN-NW)all times are PacificL, 31-2312:30 p.m.12:30 p.m.TBD12:30 p.m.TBD7:00 p.m.TBDTBDTBDTBD3:30 p.m.2009 PAC-10 STANDINGS220.127.116.11.TeamPac-10 OverallStanford1-01-0Arizona0-01-0Arizona State0-01-0California0-01-0Oregon on0-00-1Washington State 0-10-1This Week’s gamesNorthern Arizona at ArizonaEastern Washington at CaliforniaPurdue at OregonIdaho at WashingtonHawai’i vs. Washington State (Qwest Field)Oregon State at UNLVStanford at Wake ForestUCLA at TennesseeUSC at Ohio StateLast Week’s ResultsBoise State 19, Oregon 8LSU at WashingtonStanford 39, Washington State 13Arizona 19, Central Michigan 6Arizona State 50, Idaho State 3California 52, Maryland 13Oregon State 34, Portland State 7UCLA 33, San Diego State 14USC 56, San Jose State 3WASHINGTON vs. IDAHODawgs Continue Season-Opening Homestand vs. VandalsThe Game: Washington continues its season-opening, three-game homestand this Saturday ,Sept. 12, when old Northwest rival Idaho visits Husky Stadium for a 12:30 p.m. game. Last week, theUW opened the season with its first game under new head coach Steve Sarkisian. Despite beatingNo. 11 LSU on numerous statistical fronts, the Huskies came up short on the scoreboard, falling31-23. The same evening, the Vandals opened their season with a 21-6 victory over New MexicoState in Las Cruces. Idaho, a former member of what is now the Pac-10, has played Washington,38 times in a series dating back to 1900. Washington’s coaching staff includes five graduates ofthe University of Idaho, including two who are in the Vandals’ Hall of Fame. Additionally, UWdefensive coordinator Nick Holt was head coach at Idaho in 2004 and 2005.SARK ERA UNDERWAY: Washington opened the season last Saturday with a 31-23 loss to No. 11LSU at Husky Stadium. Despite the loss, it was obvious that the Huskies had taken a step forward.After all, the Huskies out-paced the No. 11 team in the nation on a number of statistical counts.The Dawgs compiled 25 first downs to the Tigers’ 17. In terms of yards, Washington out-rushed(157-149), out-passed (321-172) and thereby out-gained LSU in total offense, 478 yards to 321.Washington also dominated time of possession, holding onto the ball for greater than 13 minutesmore than the Tigers. The key stat that went against Washington was turnovers, as not only didthe Dawgs give up the ball twice while only notching one takeaway, but the Huskies’ turnoverswere crucial as an interception was returned for a TD and fumble as lost at the LSU four-yard line,keeping potential points off the board. On a less statistical front, the crowd of 69,161 at HuskyStadium was loud and boisterous and, by and large, stayed until the end of the game, which kickedoff at 7:36 p.m., the latest start in Husky Stadium history.Television: The Washington-Idaho game will air live to a national audience on FSN-NW television with Tom Glasgow, Mack Strong and Jen Mueller providing the commentary. Additionally,“Huskies All-Access” airs each Wednesday evening on FSN. The program is an up-close look ateach Husky game, with features, one-on-one interviews and sideline video.Radio: The Washington ISP Sports Network, with its flagship station KJR 950-AM, will carrythe live broadcast of every football game on 15 Northwest radio stations. Longtime play-by-playman Bob Rondeau and color analyst Chuck Nelson are joined by sideline reporter Elise Woodward.Many game broadcasts will also be carried on XM Satellite Radio on channel 193, 194 or 195 andcan be heard over the internet via the Dawg Channel at gohuskies.com.WASHINGTON vs. IDAHOSaturday, Sept. 12, 2009 12:30 p.m. PTRadio: 950 KJR-AM and the Washington ISP Sports NetworkTelevision: FSN (Northwest)Media Schedule for the Week:Monday: Press conference, 12 noonFounder’s ClubPractice: 4:30 p.m. (no interviews)Tuesday: Pac-10 Coaches Teleconference10:20 a.m. (Sarkisian: 11:30 a.m.)Practice: 2:00 p.m. (offensiveplayers & coaches interviews after)Wednesday: Practice: 2:00 p.m. (defensiveplayers & coaches and CoachSarkisian interviews after)Thursday: Practice: 4:00 p.m.(Coach Sarkisian after)Friday:no media availability
W ashington v s . I D A H O H U S K Y sta d iu m S E P T. 1 2 , 2 0 0 9 1 2 : 3 0 p . m . P D T ( F S N - N W )THE COACH: First-year head coach Steve Sarkisian came to the UW with awealth of experience as a quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. His stringof success is nearly unprecedented as, during his time at USC, he coached twoHeisman Trophy winners and oversaw one of the nation’s most consistent anddominant offenses. Sarkisian spent 2007 and 2008 as the Trojans’ assistant headcoach and offensive coordinator. He had also previously served as assistant headcoach and quarterbacks coach (2005-06), quarterbacks coach (2002-03) and as anoffensive assistant (2001) at USC, for a total of seven seasons there. During hisseven seasons as a member of the Trojans’ staff, the team has posted a combined74-15 record. As offensive coordinator, his record was 22-3. Aside from his variousroles at USC, Sarkisian, 35, also spent one season as quarterbacks coach for theOakland Raiders in 2004 and as QBs coach at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif.,in 2000, his first coaching job. A standout quarterback at BYU, Sarkisian actuallyfaced his new team in Husky Stadium, on Sept. 14, 1996. That day, his Cougarssuffered their only loss in a 14-1 season, falling to the Huskies, 29-17. Sarkisiancompleted 23-of-35 passes for 279 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns.Known for mentoring quarterbacks, he coached an impressive line of signalcallers while at USC. Last year, Mark Sanchez wrapped up his college career withPac-10 and Rose Bowl titles and was the fifth overall pick in the NFL Draft. BeforeSanchez, Sarkisian helped John David Booty earn first-team All-Pac-10 status anda fifth-round NFL draft selection. In 2005, he helped Matt Leinart win the JohnnyUnitas Award and first-team All-America before going 10th overall in the draft. In2003, Leinart was also a first-team All-American and the Pac-10 Offensive Playerof the Year. Sarkisian also mentored 2002 Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmerin his first season as full-time quarterbacks coach. Sarkisian starred at the quarterback position at the prep, collegiate and pro levels. After his standout careerat Brigham Young University, he was played for the Saskatchewan Roughridersof the Canadian Football League for three seasons (1997-99). He had a recordsetting two-year (1995-96) career at BYU, playing under legendary coach LavellEdwards. Sarkisian completed 549-of-824 passes (66.6 percent) for 7,755 yardsand 55 touchdowns in his career. His 162.0 career passing efficiency rating rankedthird on the all-time NCAA list. As a senior in 1996, he led the nation in passingefficiency (173.6, No. 7 all-time) as the Western Athletic Conference championCougars went 14-1 and won the 1997 Cotton Bowl. He was the WAC OffensivePlayer of the Year in 1996, earned second-team All-America honors and playedin the East-West Shrine Game and Hula Bowl. As a junior in 1995, he earnedall-conference honors and led BYU to the WAC title. Sarkisian transferred to BYUfrom El Camino Junior College, where he played two seasons (1993-94). He wasa first-team Junior College All-America selection as a sophomore and earned allconference honors in 1993 as a freshman. He also played baseball at El Caminoin 1993. He originally enrolled at USC as a baseball player before transferring.Sarkisian was a standout football and baseball player at West Torrance (Calif.)High. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from BYU in 1997 after receiving his associate’s degree from El Camino in 1994.Sarkisian’s Coaching Career:Year TeamPos.2000 El Camino JCQBs Coach2001 USCOffensive Asst.2002 USCQBs Coach2003 USCQBs Coach2004 Oakland RaidersQBs Coach2005 USCAsst. Head Coach/QBs2006 USCAsst. Head Coach/QBs2007 USCAsst. HC/Off. Coord./QBs2008 USCAsst. HC/Off. Coord./QBsPage RecordBowl8-2 CHIPs For Kids6-6Las e11-1RoseM ED IA RESOURCESMONDAY PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE ON UWTV: This season UWTV, the on-campustelevision station for the University of Washington, will be carrying the weekly footballpress conferences LIVE featuring Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian and selected players. UWTV’s coverage will be live and available via satellite for stations wishing touse video clips from the pressers in their coverage of Washington football throughoutthe season. The weekly press conferences are each Monday at noon.Broadcast media are also welcome to follow along via satellite. Here are the specs:Galaxy18 at 123deg. west lat.; Transponder 6 KuDownlink frequency: 11805.3000 Mhz or Lband frequency: 1.0553 GhzDownlink Polarity is HorizontalFEC (Forward Error Correction) is 3/4Symbol Rate is 4.58000 Ms/secData Rate: 6.331177 Mb/secMax bandwidth 6.6000 MHzProgram 2 (UWTV) Video Pid 112 Audio Pid 113UW ON THE WEB: The Washington athletic department’s official web site can befound at www.gohuskies.com. The site features information on all 21 of the Huskies’intercollegiate sports programs.IDAHO ON THE WEB: Idaho’s official website can be found at www.govandals.com.PAC-10 ON THE WEB: The official Pac-10 web site, which includes a copy of thePac-10 football release, can be found at the following address: www.pac-10.org.PAC-10 TELECONFERENCE: All 10 Pac-10 coaches are available on a weekly teleconference, each Tuesday beginning at 10:00 a.m. Coach Sarkisian takes questions on theteleconference at 11:30 a.m. (PT) each Tuesday. Contact the athletic communicationsoffice to obtain the number and passcode information.PAC-10 SATELLITE FEED: The Pac-10 runs a weekly satellite feed featuring interviews and game footage. The 30-minute feed runs every Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.PT (2:30 ET), beginning Sept. 9 and running until Dec. 2. The coordinates (differentfrom last season) are: AMC 3 - Transponder 3 C; Band Analog - Audio 6.2, 6.8 - Uplinkfrequency 5985-V; Downlink frequency 3760-H.DAWG CHANNEL ALL-ACCESS: Fans can now enjoy live games (football and othersports), features, interviews, press conferences and more on Dawg Channel, availableat gohuskies.com. For more information, a lineup and archived audio and video, goto www.gohuskies.com.RADIO ON THE XM SATELLITE: Many Pac-10 football games this season will airon XM Satellite Radio on channels 193, 194 and 195. Go to www.xmradio.com formore information.COACH’S SHOW: The Coach Sarkisian Show, with play-by-play announcer BobRondeau, KJR afternoon host Mike Gastineau and head coach Steve Sarkisian, will aireach Tuesday on KJR 950-AM at 7:00-8:00 p.m. and will originate live from Anthony’sRestaurant at Shilshole Bay.HUSKY SPORTS NETWORK: The following stations make up the 15-station HuskySports Network, covering three states:WASHINGTON:Seattle LongviewKennewickMt. VernonOmakKJR950 AMKPUG 1170 AMKMNT 104.3 FMKBIS 1490 AMKLCK 1400 AMKLOG 1490 AMKTCR 1340 AMKBRC 1430 AMKOMW 680 AM2 0 0 9 U niversity of W ashington F ootballPort Angeles/SequimSpokaneWalla WallaYakimaKONPKTPQKUJKUTI1450 AM1280 AM1420 AM1460 AMAlaska:JuneauKSUP 106.3 AMOregon:The DallesKLCK 1400 AM
W ashington v s . I D A H O H U S K Y sta d iu m S E P T. 1 2 , 2 0 0 9 1 2 : 3 0 p . m . P D T ( F S N - N W )COACHING STAFF: Washington’s assistant coaching staff is entirely new thisseason. While there are a couple of coaches who made their way to Washingtonvia USC, like head coach Steve Sarkisian, more notably, many of the new coacheshave very specific ties to the Northwest. Nick Holt is the UW’s defensive coordinator, the role he served at USC the last three seasons. Holt, however, is tied to thePacific Northwest by way of the fact that he was head coach at Idaho in 2004 and2005. He was also an assistant with the Vandals from 1990-97. Offensive coordinator and QBs coach Doug Nussmeier, who grew up in the Portland, Ore., areawas a star quarterback at Idaho, where he passed for 10,824 career yards andwon the Walter Payton Award (the I-AA Heisman). He’s also in the Idaho AthleticHall of Fame, just like running backs coach Joel Thomas. Thomas, a native of PortAngeles, Wash., is still the Vandals’ all-time leader in rushes, rushing yards andrushing TDs. Offensive line coach and run game coordinator Dan Cozzetto, whowent to high school in Spokane, is another Idaho grad. Cozzetto, who was also theWashington line coach in 2003, came to the UW from Arizona State, but has alsocoached at Idaho under former head coach Dennis Erickson. Safeties coach JeffMills, who played his college football at Western Washington, was a graduate assistant at the UW in 1990 and 1991 under coach Don James. He helped the Dawgsto Pac-10 titles both seasons and the national championship in ‘91. Mills hasalso coached at Idaho. Defensive line coach/special teams coordinator/recruitingcoordinator Johnny Nansen grew up in Long Beach, Calif., but played footballat Washington State and comes to Seattle after spending five seasons at Idaho(including two under Holt). Finally, as to the Idaho connection, linebackers coachMike Cox is a native of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, played for the Vandals under Erickson and former Husky head coach Keith Gilbertson, and coached in Moscow from1987-94. He came to Washington from the St. Louis Rams. Cornerbacks coachDemetrice Martin is new to the Northwest, having previously worked with Sarkisian at USC. Another newcomer to this part of the country, receivers coach JimmieDougherty, played at Missouri and most recently coached at the University of SanDiego. Washington’s two new graduate assistants are Mike Anderson (defense)and Brent Miller (offense). Anderson played at Idaho under Holt and is a native ofLewiston, Idaho. Miller, whose playing days at Arizona State ended with the 2007season, once scored a game-winning touchdown in overtime at Husky Stadium.ALL NEW STAFF: Every member of the UW’s 2009 coaching staff is in his firstseason (at least of this stint) with the Huskies, meaning the entire staff, includinggraduate assistants, is new. According to research conducted by Utah State’s sportsinformation department, Washington is one of only two Division I FBS schools thisyear with an entirely new staff, including GAs (Utah State is the other). Auburn,Iowa State, Miami (Ohio), New Mexico and Toledo also have new full-time staffs,but retained at least one GA from the previous season.Huskies vs. VANDALS History: Washington and Idaho have a long historyof football, mainly due to the fact that the two universities were both a part of thePacific Coast Conference for many years. Idaho was a PCC member from 1922-1942and again from 1945-1958, when the league was broken up and re-formed as theAAWU. The Huskies and Vandals didn’t play one another every year during theirseasons together in the PCC, but did play often. Washington is 34-2-2 all-timeagainst Idaho, losing the teams’ first-ever meeting (12-6, Oct. 27, 1900, in Spokane)and the fifth meeting (8-0, Oct. 30, 1905 in Moscow). The ties came in 1907 (0-0in Seattle) and 1938 (12-12 in Seattle). Only two of the 38 all-time meetings havebeen played in Moscow and only two others in Spokane, meaning the Huskies are32-0-2 all-time vs. the Vandals in Seattle. The Huskies have won 17 consecutivegames against Idaho, dating back to the 1938 tie, and are undefeated (with twoties) in their last 33, dating back to the 1905 loss. Prior to 2000, the Huskies hadn’tplayed Idaho since 1973. The game returned to the schedule as the 2000 seasonopener at Husky Stadium, when Willie Alderson’s 82-yard TD run on the game’s firstplay from scrimmage sent a scare in the UW. Washington led 20-13 at halftime,and scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to win, 44-20. In 2001, the twoteams met in the second game of the season in the first game after the Sept. 11attacks. Special teams touchdowns highlighted the day for the Huskies in a 53-3win. Roc Alexander returned a kickoff 95 yards, Chris Massey returned a blockedfield goal 69 yards for a score and Charles Frederick took a punt back 87 yardsfor a touchdown. In 2002, the Huskies ran out to a 28-0 lead late in the secondquarter and won, 41-27. Cody Pickett threw for 438 yards and three TDs while Idahoquarterback Brian Lindgren was 22-for-38 for 309 yards and two scores. On Sept.20, 2003, the Huskies posted a 45-14 win. After Terry Johnson recovered a fumblein the endzone to give the UW a 7-0 lead, Idaho tied it on a Michael HarringtonTD pass. However, the UW never trailed. Rich Alexis rushed for 116 yards and twoscores on 22 carries and Pickett completed 20 of 29 passes for 234 yards. In thatgame alone, eight different UW players carried the ball, three different playerssaw time at quarterback and 12 different Huskies caught a pass. Most recently, theDawgs beat the Vandals, 34-6, on Sept. 17, 2005. Current UW defensive coordinatorNick Holt was the Idaho head coach in that one. Louis Rankin rushed for 119 yards,including a 48-yard touchdown while quarterback Isaiah Stanback ran for one TDand threw another, to tight end Johnie Kirton.Washington-IDAHO ties: As was detailed in the coaching staff note, anumber of UW coaches have ties to Idaho and several played for the Vandals. Ofcourse, UW defensive coordinator Nick Holt was head coach at Idaho in 2004 and2005. He was also an assistant there from 1990 to 1997. Offensive coordinator DougNussmeier and running backs coach Joel Thomas are both in Idaho’s athletic hall offame. Nussmeier won the Walter Payton Trophy as Division I-AA’s top player in 1993and passed for 10,824 yards during his Idaho career while Thomas is still Idaho’srecord holder for career rushes, rushing yards and rushing TDs. Thomas was alsoa member of Holt’s staff in Moscow. UW linebackers coach Mike Cox, a native ofCoeur d’Alene, was a three-year starting linebacker at Idaho under Dennis Ericksonand Keith Gilbertson and was on the staff from 1987-94. Husky offensive line coachDan Cozzetto also played linebacker at Idaho, and coached there for a total of 12seasons. UW safeties coach Jeff Mills was on Chris Tormey’s coaching staff at Idahofor all five seasons of Tormey’s tenure while d-line coach/special teams coordinatorJohnny Nansen worked on Holt’s Idaho staff and came to UW directly from theVandals. Grad assistant Mike Anderson played four years in Moscow, for Holt andTom Cable, and was a grad assistant there last year. Lastly, as far as the coachingstaff goes, UW head strength coach Ivan Lewis is an Idaho Falls native who alsoplayed for the Vandals. The current Idaho staff includes to coaches with UW ties.Former Garfield head coach Luther Carr (the Vandals’ WR coach) worked on theHusky staff under Rick Neuheisel and his father was a standout Husky player in thelate 1950s. Idaho offensive coordinator Steve Axman spent time as an assistant atthe UW under Neuheisel and Gilbertson. As far as players go, Washington’s rosterincludes only one player from Idaho: offensive lineman Terence Thomas (Caldwell).The Vandals’ most recent roster includes 29 players from the state of Washington,17 of them from Western Washington and 14 from the Puget Sound region.Home vs. Non Conference: Washington has been very tough to beat inhome, non-conference games over the last couple of decades or so. Going back to(and including) the 1981 season, the Huskies have posted a 49-12 record againstnon-Pac-10 foes in Husky Stadium. Those 12 losses have come to LSU (2009), BYU(2008), Oklahoma (2008), Ohio State (2007), Notre Dame (2005), Fresno State (2004),Nevada (2003), Air Force (1999), Nebraska (1997), Notre Dame (1995), Colorado(1989) and Oklahoma State (1985). The wins during that stretch include victoriesover No. 22 Boise State in 2007, No. 11 Michigan in 2001, No. 4 Miami in 2000,and No. 12 Nebraska in 1992, to name just four. Prior to the 2004 loss to Nevada,Washington hadn’t lost a home game to a non-league opponent since falling toAir Force, 31-21, on September 18, 1999. The Huskies had won 10 such gamesbefore that Nevada loss.2 0 0 9 U niversity of W ashington F ootballPage
W ashington v s . I D A H O H U S K Y sta d iu m S E P T. 1 2 , 2 0 0 9 1 2 : 3 0 p . m . P D T ( F S N - N W )TEAM NOTESCAPTAINS: At the “Raise the Woof!” kickoff celebration held on Aug. 28, thefour captains for the 2009 season, as voted by their teammates, were revealed.They are senior LB Donald Butler (Sacramento, Calif.), junior QB Jake Locker (Ferndale, Wash.), senior DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim (Waikoloa, Hawai’i) and junior CRyan Tolar (Pasco, Wash.). Te’o-Nesheim was also voted as a season captain atthe end of last season.ONLY THE BIG BOYS: As of the first weekend of this season, Washington willbe one of just four NCAA Division I-A programs that has never faced a non-Division I-A opponent since the current division setup was established in 1978 (thedivision’s names have undergone a change this year, but the setup is still thesame). Michigan State was one of five such teams, but opens the 2009 seasonvs. FCS team Montana State. Both Michigan and Ohio State fell of the club asthe Wolverines opened in 2007 with Appalachian State and the Buckeyes vs.Youngstown State, both on the same day. The four schools that have yet to play anon-Division I-A opponent since the advent of the current format are Notre Dame,USC, UCLA and Washington.DECADE AFTER DECADE: Washington has won a conference title and a trip tothe Rose Bowl in each of the last nine decades, dating back to the 1920s whenWashington won the berth in 1923 and 1925. In the 1930s, the Dawgs won the‘36 title. In the ‘40s, Washington earned the trip in 1943 and then barely slipped inunder the wire in the 1950s, winning the 1959 crown. The Huskies won two RoseBowl berths in the 1960s -- 1960 and 1963 -- and one in the 1970s (1977). Titles in1980 and 1982 did it for that decade and three straight trips to Pasadena to beginthe 1990s covered that 10-year span. In the 2000s, UW was the first team to earnRose Bowl berths in nine straight decades. USC joined the Dawgs in that distinction in 2004 after their New Year’s Day appearance in Pasadena.FINISHING FIRST OR SECOND: Washington has finished either first or secondin the conference (including ties) in 18 of the last 32 seasons, dating back to afourth-place finish in 1976. Over that span, Washington has won the championship (outright or shared) eight times – 1977, 1980, 1981, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995and 2000 – while finishing second 10 other times.THE 100-YARD FACTOR: Since the 1947 season, Washington is 166-47-3 (.775)when a Husky player rushes for 100 yards in a game. The Huskies went 3-1 insuch games in 2003, 1-1 in 2004, 2-3 in 2005, 2-1 in 2006; 3-4 in 2007 and went0-2 last year.HISTORY LESSON: Successfully rushing the football and winning go hand-inhand for the Huskies. Since 1990, UW has rushed for 200 yards in a game 72times. The Huskies’ record stands at 59-12-1 (.826) in those contests. Since the1995 season, Washington is 34-9-1 (.784) when rushing for 200 yards.PLAYING AT HOME: Washington has gone unbeaten at home 13 times in itshistory, including six times in the last 20 seasons. Washington has won 79 of itslast 121 (.657) games at Husky Stadium with one tie (79-41-1). Since 1980, theHuskies stand 127-52-2 (.707) at home. Since 1990, the Huskies are 49-29-1 (.627)at Husky Stadium vs. Pac-10 opponents.HISTORIC HUSKY STADIUM: The 2009 season marks the 90th season of playin Husky Stadium. Original construction on the facility was completed in 1920when Washington played one game in the new campus facility. Thanks to severalmajor renovations, Husky Stadium’s seating capacity has increased to its currenttotal of 72,500. UW’s all-time record in Husky Stadium currently stands at 344164-21 (.670).Page FAMILY TIES: As is the case with most seasons of Husky football, there are anumber of players on the Washington football team related to either current orformer Huskies. Linebacker Trenton Tuiasosopo is a first cousin of former HuskiesMarques and Zach Tuiasosopo as well as older sister, Leslie, a standout Huskyvolleyball player and now an assistant coach for the UW volleyball team, andyounger sister Ashley, a junior on the Husky softball team. Fullback Paul Homer isa cousin, by marriage, of former Husky offensive lineman Aaron Dalan, who married former Washington women’s basketball player Gena Pelz. Cornerback MattMosley is a cousin to former Husky Luther Carr. Outside linebacker Fred Wiggs isthe younger brother of former Husky defensive lineman Sekou Wiggs, while tailback Chris Polk and wide receivers Jordan Polk are cousins. Freshman linebackerJordan Wallace is the younger brother of former Husky safety C.J. Wallace, whonow plays for the Seattle Seahawks. Another freshman, Talia Crichton, is a cousinof senior DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim while sophomore tailback Johri Fogerson isrelated to both Nate Robinson (former UW football and basketball player; currentNew York Knick) and former Husky basketball standout Dion Brown. Lastly, freshman quarterback Keith Price is a cousin of former UW tailback Jelani Harrison.Incidentally, at least four Huskies have close family ties to Washington State. BothT.J. Poe’s and Cameron Elisara’s fathers played at WSU, as did Husky cornerbackDesmond Trufant’s brother Marcus. Freshman safety Nate Fellner is the grandsonof former WSU head coach Jim Sweeney.OVERALL ATHLETIC SUCCESS: Having firmly established itself as one of thetop broad-based Division I intercollegiate athletics programs in the country, theUniversity of Washington once again placed in the top echelon in the annual U.S.Sports Academy Directors’ Cup competition in the 2008-2009 academic year.Husky athletics finished 11th among all NCAA Division I institutions (271 schoolsearned at least a point and were ranked) in the annual standings. Washingtonscored a total of 1010.25 points in the Director’s Cup, which is based solely onNCAA championship competition (and therefore didn’t include the Huskies’ national championship in men’s rowing, which is not an NCAA sport). The 2008-09Washington athletic season was highlighted by a number of team and individualsuccesses, including NCAA championships in women’s cross country and softball, plus the national title in men’s rowing. The Huskies also won the Pac-10championship in women’s cross country (posting the best possible score), men’sbasketball and men’s golf and posted top-10 NCAA finishes in men’s golf, women’srowing, women’s volleyball and women’s tennis.The UW – Top Of Its Class: Here are some interesting facts about the UW: For over 30 years, UW faculty have been tops in America in winning federal support for research. Since 1974, the UW has been the number one public universityin Amercia in receiving federal funding for its research. In recent rankings of universities all over the world published in The Economistmagazine, the UW was judged to be the 17th best university on earth. The most recent U.S. News & World Reports rankings of American universitiesrated the UW as the No. 11 public institution in the country. As a measure of the University’s commitment to public service, the UW hasmore of its graduates serving all over the world in the Peace Corps than any otheruniversity in the country. In a new program called “Husky Promise” announced last year and starting thisfall, Washington state students from low income families will be able to attendthe UW without ever having to worry about paying tuition--it will be free for themwhile they earn their bachelor’s degree. The UW program is one of the largest inthe nation making this commitment to those from economically disadvantagedbackgrounds.2 0 0 9 U niversity of W ashington F ootball
W ashington v s . I D A H O H U S K Y sta d iu m S E P T. 1 2 , 2 0 0 9 1 2 : 3 0 p . m . P D T ( F S N - N W )OFFENSIVE POSITION-BY-POSITION NOTES* QUARTERBACKS *#10 Jake Locker, Jr., 6-3, 226 – In opener vs. No. 11 LSU: 25-for-45 for 321,1 INT, 2 TDs, plus 51 yds. rushing . 372 yds. of total offense ranked 9th in UWsingle-game history . set new career highs for att. and comp. vs. LSU . played inonly 4 games last year before season ended due to broken right thumb suffered inStanford game . 50-for-93 for 512 yards, 1 TD and no INTs last year . rushed for180 yds. and 3 TDs on 56 carries . Pac-10’s Freshman of the Year in 2007, whenhe threw for 2,062 yds. and ran for a 986, a Pac-10 record for a QB . second-teamFreshman All-America (rivals.com) . honorable mention All-Pac-10 and AcademicAll-Pac-10 in ‘07 . 3,048 yds. of total offense ranked No. 2 in UW history . thirdin the nation among rushing QBs as a freshman . 2,062 passing yards were mostever by a UW freshman, as were 986 rushing yards (any position) . started 12of 13 in 2007, missing the Cal game due to an injury . broke UW record for rushTDs by QB with 13 . in college debut at Syracuse: 14-of-19 for 142 yards passingand 10 carries for 83 yards and 2 TDs . 19th player in FBS history to rush for 100(157) and pass for 300 (336) vs. Arizona in ‘07, when he was 30-17-2-336-2 passing/23-157-2 rushing . state HS player of the year in both football and baseball. drafted in 10th round of MLB Draft in 2009 and signed a contract with Angelsin Aug., though hasn’t played any pro baseball. Career Highs: 45 att., 25 comp.,336 pass yds., 4 pass TDs, 23 carries, 157 rush yds., 2 rush TDs.#8 Ronnie Fouch, So., 6-1, 198 – Started last 8 games of 2008 season . setcareer highs with 17-for-32 for 276 yds. vs. Oregon St
USC at Ohio State LAST WEEK’S RESULTS Boise State 19, Oregon 8 LSU at Washington Stanford 39, Washington State 13 Arizona 19, Central Michigan 6 Arizona State 50, Idaho State 3 California 52, Maryland 13 Oregon State 34, Portland State 7 UCLA 33, San Diego State 14 USC 56, San Jose State 3 WASHINGTON vs. IdAHO
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comics’ images defines their being, thus exiling single panel and text dominated works from the realm of comics. McCloud is conscious of these exclusions (20), though their separation is necessary for his analysis. The other prominent position in this debate comes from historian R.C. Harvey (8-
Common Sense Mathematics Extra Exercises Ethan D. Bolker Maura B. Mast Draft 2019-07-27 2019-07-27. Contents Extra Exercises 2 1 Calculating on the Back of an Envelope 3 2 Units and Unit Conversions 16 3 Percentages, Sales Tax and Discounts 26 4 Inflation 38 5 Average Values 42
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CURRICULUM VITAE Myeong-Gu Seo 1. PERSONAL INFORMATION MYEONG-GU SEO Associate Professor Department of Management & Organization Robert H Smith School of Business, University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 Phone: 410-884-6839 / Fax: 301-314-8787 / . Carroll School of Management, Chestnut Hill, MA Ph.D. in Organization Studies
design, we should observe that the time scale for computer simulation experiments tends to be much shorter than the time scale for the agricultural and medical experiments that led to the theory of experimental design. With the steadily increasing power of computers, computer simulation has become a relatively rapid process.
An Introductory Communication Systems Course with . MATLAB/Simulink-Based Software-Defined Radio Laboratory . Abstract . In recent years, software-defined radio (SDR) has become increasingly popular in electrical and computer engineering education as a tool for teaching communication systems, networking, and digital signal processing.
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Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 201 MWF 8:00 – 8:50 and 9:00 – 9:50 TCFE 315 SPRING 2014 “It is better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.” Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Olympic gold medalist About This Course Course Objectives I will share with you my knowledge and love of economics, my passion for learning, along with
Emotional intelligence (EI) is a term that has several definitions and theories. Three major views in the field of EI will be presented and discussed in this thesis, furthermore some practical implications for the research. There will also be a brief overview of the two fields of
Ethics Education Update. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Ohio Ethics Commission has cancelled the remaining 2020 “in-person” Regional Trainings that had been scheduled to take place around the state. While the Commission regrets these cancellations, the safety of our staff and all those who attend these trainings was paramount in this decision.
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