Sunday, September 30, 2007

Dawgman Radio - USC

SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters of discuss Washington's 27-24 setback versus No. 1 USC, as well as whether or not the bye week comes at a good time for the Huskies. They are 2-3, but are they starting to show what they are capable of doing? Is the Dawg that's been sleeping for the last five years about to wake up in a big way?

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Dawgman Radio - UCLA

Dawgman Radio is back. Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters recap all the good, bad and ugly from UCLA's 44-31 win over Washington at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins have had the Huskies' number in SoCal, and it was no different on Saturday night.

Dawgman Radio - Tim Cowan

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It's going to be a little interesting for former Washington quarterback Tim Cowan when he watches the purple and gold Saturday. He'll be in Pasadena, but he won't be cheering for his alma mater. Cowan has two sons - Joe and Pat - and the Washington/UCLA game will mark the first time they will be playing together.

And the way the stars can align from time to time - it makes sense that Tim's sons will be playing against the Huskies.

Click on the title link to hear's Kim Grinolds talk to Cowan about having his sons playing at UCLA, his emotions leading up to Saturday night's game, as well as the recruiting process for both brothers.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Dawgman Radio - Stadium Talk

Chris Fetters was on hand September 20, 2007 to hear a media briefing on the Husky Stadium Renovation Committee's general proposal to the Washington Board of Regents in a meeting that took place earlier that day. Fetters talks with Kim Grinolds about the broad strokes laid out by former Washington Governor Dan Evans - the chairman of the committee - as well as Washington Athletic Director Todd Turner.

Is is possible that the renovation of Husky Stadium could happen sooner than expected?

Dawgman Radio - Ohio State

SEATTLE - Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters of sat down Saturday night and talked about what went right and what went wrong during Ohio State's 33-14 win over Washington Saturday. The Huskies had a chance to defeat their second ranked opponent in a row, but their effort fell short.

Dawgman Radio - Boise State

SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters of sat down Saturday night and talked about what went right and what went wrong during Washington's impressive 24-10 victory over Boise State Saturday, snapping the Broncos' NCAA-leading 14-game win streak.

Dawgman Radio - Syracuse

SYRACUSE, NY - Staying in Syracuse an extra day allowed some of the Dawgman guys a chance to sleep in and reflect on what they had witnessed the night before - a 42-12 shellacking of Syracuse by the Washington Huskies.

Dawgman Radio - Scrimmage Talk

SEATTLE - Well, it seemed like the majority of the talk after Saturday's scrimmage at the University of Washington had less to do with the positives, and more with what went wrong. Three people that were there - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund - talk about what they took away from the scrimmage, and what it all means as a measuring stick for the Dawgs as they prepare for Syracuse.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Dawgman Radio - Dave Telep

On Thursday,'s Kim Grinolds caught up with the ever-busy Dave Telep, Director of Basketball Recruiting for, who had some very nice things to say about recent UW commit Scott Suggs, as well as the rest of the 2008 recruiting class for the Huskies.

Telep, who is also a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association and a voting member for the yearly McDonald's All-American Game, has seen all four of Washington's 2008 commits - Suggs, Tyreese Breshers, Elston Turner, Jr. and Isaiah Thomas - and was more than happy to break

Podcasts for Dawgman Radio

We've launched a podcast version of our Dawgman Radio segments, so from here on out we'll be hosting them here and make them available on iTunes. We'll see what happens!