Derek Johnson combs through UW's schedule to determine what standards should be set for 2014.
In today's guest feature, Swaye wades into the waters of Husky Football History, and spins a yarn full of inside jokes and witty observations
For a change of pace today, Hardcore Husky interviewed Ladell Hill and Dr. Sujit Sharma, the founders of a product that could make an impact for athletes nationwide.
In this excerpt from The Dawgs of War, the Washington Huskies stun the visiting Hurricanes during the 2000 season.
The ex-wide receiver reflects back on the old days at UW and expresses his disdain for soccer.
Mike Ewaliko shares memories ranging from Lollapalooza to frat house concerts and of course his favorite bands.
The former Husky and San Francisco 49er defensive tackle can't wait for football season to begin.
CheersWestDawg chimes in with thoughts on the Seattle-area coverage of Husky Football.
The former Washington linebacker feels optimism for the new direction of Husky Football.
Derek Johnson reflects on a personal memory of the late Husky legend Bob Houbregs.
With the departure of Sark and the dawning of the Chris Petersen Era, one man wants to rekindle his passion for Husky Football again.
As Race Bannon suffers in a Los Angeles hospital, Hardcore Husky created a new message board named after the legendary columnist.
Former Husky Tyrone Rogers posing with his son Na'Ty, in a South Carolina uniform.
Woodinville's Alek Kacmarcik has a last name that PA announcers struggle to pronounce. The future Eastern Washington Eagle told some of the stories that have been sometimes comical.
The former Washington Husky discusses his belief why some NFL team will overpay for Manziel and make him into something he isn't.
Caesar Rayford barely played during his Husky career and spent 5 grueling years in obscurity before getting a chance with the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.
The former Husky captain talks about his reaction to Sark's departure to USC, his pride over the offensive line and his optimism over new coach Chris Petersen.
The wife of the late UW coach shares a couple favorite memories from her years of Rose Bowl trips with the Dawgfather.
In a week that will be long remembered for the sheer shock value of things finally falling our way, Sark is gone and Petersen is in.
The former Washington running back discusses his desire to see the Huskies return to elite golden times.
Bow Down to Willingham & The Dawgs of War
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