Desmond Trufant to host free annual competition camp in Tacoma

Former Husky and current Atlanta Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant is hosting his fourth annual competition camp next Saturday from noon to 3pm at Wilson H.S. in Tacoma for high school football players from 9th to 12th grade. It’s free to all participants, but registration is required at the following website: http://www.totalcamps.com/FUNDAMENTALS/camps/2018_4th_annual_desmond_trufant_competition_camp/_cCo Trufant joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on “Q It Up Sports” Sunday night to talk about the camp and also the upcoming NFL season. Interview above.

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Commentary: Don’t be surprised if UW softball “unicorns” bring home a national title

I need to apologize for not returning emails. You see, this is my inbox (143,000 unread emails). Somewhere in there, there’s probably a unique story idea that I haven’t seen. Fortunately, UW softball coach Heather Tarr and her staff are more discerning than I. Because one email in particular helped the Huskies reach another College World Series. According to a story on GoHuskies.com, freshman phenom pitcher Gabbie Plain sent an email, expressing as much interest in UW’s psychology department as […]

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UW men’s rowing coach Michael Callahan on “Q It Up Sports”

The top-ranked UW men’s rowing team leaves next week for the IRA National Championships in New Jersey, and head coach Michael Callahan joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine on “Q It Up Sports” to preview the race and talk about this season. He also discussed the UW Women’s Rowing program, which has already left for the NCAA Championships and is not only the defending national champion, but the top-seeded team heading into next week’s races. The Huskies Men’s Varsity Eight […]

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Man arrested in Ballard murder of youth football coach Robert Baker

SEATTLE – A 25-year-old man was arrested Monday in the Ballard murder of 29-year-old Robert Baker last week. Homicide detectives and a SWAT team arrested the man in Shoreline. The suspect hasn’t been identified, but was booked into King County Jail for investigation of murder. Baker, a well-known youth football coach and the brother of former UW football player Budda Baker, was shot in the chest on 17th Ave. NW early the morning of April 22. If you have any […]

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Seahawks commit to run yet again, taking UW blocking tight end Will Dissly in fourth round

RENTON, Wash. – Think of all the money he’ll save on relocation costs. The Seattle Seahawks worked to shore up both the run game and the tight end position Saturday, using their fourth-round pick of the NFL draft to select the University of Washington’s Will Dissly. Dissly is 6-foot-4, 262 pounds, and known primarily for his blocking ability. He had 19 catches for 230 yards and two touchdowns for the Huskies last season. The Seahawks are following their on their […]

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Huskies reach reported $119 million deal with Adidas

SEATTLE – The University of Washington is about to cash some giant paychecks. The school announced Tuesday that it agreed to a 10-year agreement with Adidas that will make it the Huskies’ official footwear and athletic apparel partner through June of 2029. The price? A whopping $119 million, according to the Seattle Times. “We believe this partnership will allow us to provide a new competitive edge to our coaches, student-athletes and our incredible fan base,” athletic director Jen Cohen said […]

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Pac-12 Tournament: Oregon State beats Washington 69-66 in overtime

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Oregon State had a penchant for finding ways to lose instead of win for most of the regular season. If the opposing team hit a big shot or one of the Beavers missed a key free throw, they would slump their shoulders and watch the other team walk off with a victory. With a chance to move on in the Pac-12 tournament, Oregon State found a way to make the big plays down the stretch. Drew […]

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