Monday, December 8, 2008
SEATTLE - With the news of Steve Sarkisian taking over Washington's football program at the Don James Center, one of the more interested media spectators Monday was Dave 'Softy' Mahler, host of the Husky Honks show on KJR 950 AM radio. Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds spoke with Softy about the hire and his thoughts about what Sarkisian will bring to the table as he attempts to turn things around. Click on the title link for more.
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Sunday, December 7, 2008
OAKLAND, Calif. - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com talked at length Saturday night about the Huskies' 48-7 loss to Cal earlier that day, the Usain Bolt-like exit of Tyrone Willingham and where Washington goes with their new head coach, USC Offensive Coordinator Steve Sarkisian. Click on the title link to listen to the full segment.
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Sunday, November 23, 2008
Outside of Yakima, Wash. - In this segment of DawgmanRadio - Kim Grinolds, Jon Martone and Chris Fetters put together a little roundtable chat on what they saw Saturday at the 101st Apple Cup, what went wrong for the Washington Huskies, and who just might be the right guy to fix it in order to get prospects like Deandre Coleman back in the boat. Click on the title link to listen in.
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Sunday, November 16, 2008
SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, Jon Martone and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com talk about UCLA and the Bruins' 27-7 win over the Washington Huskies Saturday night at Husky Stadium. With plenty of former players on hand to see the Dawgs, as well as former UW Head Coach Rick Neuheisel, there was a lot of intrigue to the proceedings. Click on the title link to listen.
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Sunday, November 9, 2008
SEATTLE - As we've done with previous segments, it was time to bring in another big gun to help with this week's Dawgman Radio. In from Chicago, noted UW columnist and blogger John Berkowitz was on hand to see the Huskies get taken out by Arizona State 39-19. He spoke with Scott Eklund, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters after the game about what he saw, as well as the state of the UW program. Click on the title link to listen to the segment.
Posted by Sports Washington at 11:08 AM
Sunday, November 2, 2008
LOS ANGELES - It wasn't pretty, it was barely watchable. But Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com were at USC's 56-0 whitewashing of Washington and lived to talk about it in this week's segment of Dawgman Radio. It's a weird dynamic, watching a fired coach manage out the string - and that's exactly what Tyrone Willingham is doing at UW, for better or worse. To listen to the segment, click on the title link.
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Sunday, October 26, 2008
SEATLE - With $1 to Jerry Brewer, the staff of Dawgman.com are here again, talking about the same things after another Washington loss - this time 33-7 to Notre Dame, the program that unceremoniously dumped Tyrone Willingham after three years. That move, in hindsight, is looking better and better with every notch piled up in the Huskies' loss column - now at 32 and counting. What is there to talk about?
Well, we tried to make some sense out of nonsense that was the Notre Dame game, as well as talk a little bit about the future and what most certainly will be interesting times as the pressure from outside Montlake continues to exert itself. To listen to the segment, click on the title link.
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Monday, October 20, 2008
SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters and Jon Martone of Dawgman.com got together after Washington's 34-13 loss to Oregon State at Husky Stadium and talked about the game, the implications of another loss, and what that might mean coming into the Huskies' next game against Notre Dame in this segment of Dawgman Radio. To listen in, click on the title link.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2008
SEATTLE - This week's Dawgman Radio wasn't about Washington football at all. Bye weeks often afford us an opportunity to broaden our horizons and see what the rest of the country is doing. Scott Eklund watched Georgia beat up on Tennessee, while Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters watched some Bayou Bengals get whupped on by those pesky Florida Gators. What things did we learn? Tune in and find out! Click on the title link to listen to the podcast.
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Sunday, October 5, 2008
TUSCON, Ariz. - Gentle Ben's Brew Pub on University Avenue was the place, but it turned out to be anything but gentle. The Dawgman crew thought we had seen everything earlier that night in Arizona's 48-14 whitewashing of the Washington Huskies, but apparently that was just prelude. Kim Grinolds, special guest Bill Fleenor and Chris Fetters took roughly a half-hour to dissect the Huskies' - their gameplan against Arizona, their execution (or lack thereof), and their failure to achieve any of their objectives to date. If you disagree, just look at the scoreboard. We also talked at length about Scott Woodward and the new AD's thoughts on firing a coach mid-season, as well as what he expects going down the road. And during this segment, we got harassed by Mother Nature in the form of a thunder and lightning storm with plenty of rain. We also witnessed a near-brawl about 10 feet from where we were recording. Perhaps you can hear when that goes down. Click on the title link for the segment. Enjoy!
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Sunday, September 28, 2008
SEATTLE - Jon Martone, Scott Eklund, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com were joined by the UW beat writer for the Seattle Times - Bob Condotta - to break down what happened in Washington's 35-28 loss to Stanford Saturday night, as well as any implications this loss might have for the immediate future of the Huskies' program. To listen to the segment, click on the title link.
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Sunday, September 14, 2008
SEATTLE - Jonathan Martone, Scott Eklund, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com had a roundtable discussion late Saturday night in the aftermath of Washington's 55-14 loss to Oklahoma at Husky Stadium. The UW players and coaches aren't the only ones frustrated with the lack of improvement this season. Click on the title link to listen to the full segment.
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Sunday, September 7, 2008
SEATTLE - The staff of Dawgman.com on hand for Washington's gut-wrenching 28-27 loss to BYU at Husky Stadium talked about the game and Flag-Gate, as well as the possible ramifications for what the loss might mean long-term for Tyrone Willingham and the UW football program in this segment of Dawgman Radio. To listen, click on the title link.
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Tuesday, September 2, 2008
EUGENE, Ore. - This week's Dawgman Radio wasn't an easy one to broadcast; we did it on the road north to Portland. Jeff 'SweetLou' Carr, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters passed the recorder around and bounced some ideas back and forth as to why the Washington Huskies lost so thoroughly and convincingly to Oregon 44-10 just a few hours earlier. There was a lot to talk about. Click on the title link to listen to the podcast.
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Thursday, May 22, 2008
SEATTLE - Most UW fans think of Taylor Barton as a quarterback that spent more time on the bench than on the field. But he has one thing that no UW quarterback since Brock Huard can claim: a win over USC. Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds caught up with Taylor to talk about a variety of subjects - most having to do with his latest endeavor as a coach.
To listen to the interview, click on the title link.
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Monday, April 28, 2008
SEATTLE - In this segment of Dawgman Radio, Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters and Kim Grinolds talk about Washington's Purple-Gold Spring Game, as well as how the game reflected the Huskies' work during the month of April and what fans should expect as the team heads into summer workouts.
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Wednesday, April 2, 2008
SEATTLE - The roster and depth chart have been updated, the coaches have addressed the media, and now it's time for Spring Football to begin at Washington. Who is going to impress? Who is going to have their break-out campaign? What are the major story lines heading into spring for the Huskies?
Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters talk about all those things, as well as looking at things position-by-position as the Dawgs head toward Thursday's practice - No. 1 of 15. Click on the title link to hear all the thoughts as the start of spring football is now just hours away.
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