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Honoring Perry McPhail Bevens|
Rich Linde, 23 May 2015
A foster child, a grade school
friend, a Marine, a war hero.
Soup Spoons, get-well letters, persiflage|
Rich Linde, 2 April 2015
December of last year we moved to San Jose, California (Merrill Gardens,
Willow Glen (Assisted Living)) to live closer to one of our daughters and
Apple Cup gives birth to future star -- thanks, Cougs!|
Rich Linde, 30 November 2014
Dwayne Washington rushed
for 135 yards and touchdown runs of 51 and 60 yards, and Washington won its
second straight Apple Cup (this being their fifth victory out of the last six
Apple Cups), with a 31-13 win over Washington State on Saturday night.
Dawgs "Miles" ahead of Beavers|
Rich Linde, 24 November 2014
Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington.
Cyler Miles passed for two touchdowns and 253 yards, with a pass efficiency
rating of 199.36, in Washington's 37-13 victory over Oregon State on Saturday
A Memorable Game, for all the Wrong Reasons|
Lee Groinman, 22 November
Last Saturday, November 15th, a day that will forever live in the toilet of
Husky Football History...no matter how many times you flush it, that stinker will remain smeared on the brains of all UW football fans, from now. right
down to the end of time...
To knee or not to knee?|
Rich Linde, 16 November 2014
Skowron kicked a 47-yard field goal as time expired to give Arizona a 27-26
victory in what was a heartbreaking loss to Washington fans on Saturday.
"Mora" of the same|
Rich Linde, 9 November 2014
Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington. Brett Hundley threw for two
touchdowns, ran for two more scores and Myles Jack added a
touchdown run in No. 18 UCLA's 44-30 win over Washington on
Saturday night. UW's Shaq Thompson ran for 100 yards, averaging
6.2 yards per carry, and John Ross ran a kickoff back 100 yards
for a score.
DAWGS "SHAQLE" BUFFS|
Rich Linde, 1 November 2014
Field, Boulder, Colorado. Behind Shaq Thompson's 215 all-purpose yards and
24-yard touchdown run, the Washington Huskies (6-3, 2-3 Pac-12) posted a 38-23
come-from-behind win to stomp, shackle and stymy the Colorado Buffaloes (2-7,
them to just three second half points.
Solar"sicks"ers Overcome Weather and Dawgs|
Rich Linde, 26 October 2014
Stadium, Seattle, Washington. On a cold stormy night, the Arizona Sun Devils
overcame swirling winds and sheets of rain to beat the
Washington Huskies 24-10.
Ducks "Quack" Dawgs’ D|
Rich Linde, 19 October 2014
Wearing throwback uniforms to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 'pick,' No. 9
Oregon extended its winning streak over Washington to 11 straight games with a
45-20 victory on Saturday night.
THE BORDER WAR|
Rich Linde, updated 14 October 2014
History of the Oregon/Washington
Cal Finds Dawgs' D Un'BEAR'able|
Rich Linde, 12 October 2014
Memorial Stadium, 'Berzerkely', California.
Highlighted by Shaq Thompson's 100-yard fumble return, Cyler Miles' 86-yard
touchdown pass to John Ross, and a dominating defense, this in a clash with the
California Golden Bears (4-2, 2-2), the Washington Huskies (5-1, 1-1) posted a
Too Clever by Half|
Rich linde, 28 September 2014
With 7:36 remaining and the score tied, Washington
tried a fake punt that went for no gain, giving Stanford a short field to score
a go ahead touchdown in its 20-13 win at Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington.
24 September 2014
UW quarterback Cyler Miles is currently ranked 9th in
the Pac-12 in passing efficiency, being ranked for the first time this season
among the conference's top ten passers.
Second-half woof caves in on Panthers|
Rich Linde, 21 September 2014
Trailing 14-0 at halftime, the Washington Huskies
rode a second-half surge to beat the Georgia State Panthers 45-14 at Husky
Stadium, Seattle, Washington.
Dawgs Leave Illini ILL-and-I-NOIS-ed
Rich Linde, 14 September 2014
Thompson's 36-yard pick-6 and his 52-yard fumble return for a
touchdown, the Washington Huskies (3-0) posted a 44-19 victory
over Illinois in a donnybrook played at Husky Stadium, Seattle,
OUT-PASSED, OUT-GAINED, BUT NOT OUT-SCORED|
Rich Linde, 7 September 2014
Clinging to a precarious 7-point lead
left, the Washington Huskies ran the clock out, posting a 59-52 victory in a
wild shootout against Eastern Washington at Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington.
OUTPLAYED, OUT-GAINED, BUT NOT OUT-SCORED|
Rich Linde, 1 September 2014
Clinging to a 17-16 lead with 2:40 left, the
Washington Huskies ran the clock out, eking out a one-point victory over the
Hawaiʻi Rainbow Warriors
a game played at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Rich Linde, 1 August 2014
As I live on and the history of one
presidential administration after another is darkened by my
aging memory, the one aspect of memory that lingers on is their
memorable quotes. Here are some presidential quotes from my
lifetime that I most remember. (Full
Rich Linde, 20 July 2014
Accolades go to ...(Full
MY SEVENTEEEN LAWS OF SOCCER|
Rich Linde, 2 July 2014
My irreverent laws of soccer.
HONORING PERRY MCPHAIL BEVENS|
Rich Linde, 26 May 2014
Perry Bevens lived across the alley
from us when we lived in Burien, Washington, a suburban
city in King County, located just south of Seattle.
"LIGHT THAT BABY UP"|
Rich Linde, 19 May 2014
Real Angels fans have the songs "Build Me Up Buttercup" (played during the seventh inning stretch) and "Calling All Angels" (played at the start of the game) in their Itunes' playlists and enjoy attending games whether the Angels "light that baby up" or not -- you know, lighting the Halo up outside the stadium after a win.
CHOW DOWN TO WASHINGTON, 25|
Rich Linde, 21 March 2014
The 25th Annual event, Chow Down to Washington, was held on 19 March 2014 at the
Jim Houston Estate in Palm Springs, California. Over 300 alums attended the
event, which is part of Dawg Days in the Desert. (Full
A METRIC FOR COACH PETE|
Rich Linde, 22 January 2014
This year's offensive line was
much more stable than last year's; of the 65 possible starts in 2013, UW's five regular offensive
linemen combined for 62 starts. All five linemen return next season. In this
regard, I have thrown the challenge flag out on the recruiting
field for Coach Chris Peterson.
TUI SOAKED IN JUICE|
Rich Linde , 28 December 2013
Francisco. Capitalizing on special teams play and a
bend-but-don't-break defense, the Washington Huskies beat BYU
31-16 in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. (Full
Sankey, OL, Apple Cup, Coach Pete|
Rich Linde, 12 December 2013
Husky Stadium. Behind the running of Bishop Sankey
and a stout defense, the Washington Huskies were victorious in the
106th Apple Cup, beating the Washington State Cougars 27-17. (Full
A Season to Remember|
CO Lee Groinman, 29 November 2013
CO Groinman on the OSU blowout win
with a look back on the surreal season of 2013.
A Morning to Remember, an Afternoon to Forget…|
CO Lee Groinman, 17 October 2013
Groinman takes in a Hall of Fame induction! Gil Dobie. The Jim
Houston BOARDROOM no less...Bull in a china shop? (Full
The Gil Dobie Recognition Ceremony|
Rich Linde, 14 October 2013
2002, I wrote an article, "A Plaque for Gil Dobie." It was inspired
by the notion that a part of our Husky nation -- those of us who
were aware of Dobie's accomplishments on the gridiron -- felt the
university should venerate Dobie's legacy at Washington with a
bronze plaque, one placed on the remaining portion of Denny Field
located on the Washington campus (Full Story).
GIL DOBIE, THE MAN AND THE MYTH|
Rich Linde, 11 May 2011
Amateurs, the off-tackle play,
simplicity, and some myths put to rest. A former Dartmouth QB and
his interview with Dobie. (Full
FROM THE COLLECTION OF WILL LOMEN|
Rich Linde, 15 April 2011
In 1940, Gil Dobie (1908-1916, 59-0-3) met with a
group of his former Washington players at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle,
making the long trip by train from Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. (Full
THE FIRING OF GILMOUR DOBIE: TRIUMPH OF THE NERDS|
Rich Linde, 31 March 2010
did University of Washington president Henry Suzzallo (1915-1926) fire a
football coach who was unbeaten in 62 games -- a coach who had a record
of 59-0-3 in the period from 1908 through 1916 -- that coach being the
legendary Gilmour Dobie? (Full Story).
MONTE MANKA'S POETRY|
This is the place holder for Monte
Manka's poetry. Click on the links above and below to access the
index to his poems (Full
REMINISCING, A QUESTION AND ANSWER|
Malamute, 26 March 2006
the number-one seed Memphis, UCLA deserves its trip to the final four. Winning the Pac-10 title,
along with the
tournament at Staples Arena, were crucial to the Bruins’ success;
their last seven games were played in Los Angeles, San Diego and
Oakland, all of them close to home cooking. (Full
PIONEERS OF THE WEST COAST OFFENSE|
Richard Linde, 4 March 2006
some cases, not knowing one’s ancestral tree is better left alone.
What good service to your psyche is rendered by finding out that a person
from your lineage was beheaded about the time that Ann Boleyn was
disloyal to her husband Henry VIII?
THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Those polite, disbelieving smiles
By Richard Linde, Updated 23 March
seen a lot of Husky basketball greats: Sammy White and his leaping,
underhanded lay-up shot; there was Joe Cipriano, who could go
coast-to-coast with anybody. How about Bob Houbregs (left) and his graceful hook shot?
Captain Hook led the Dawgs to the final four in 1953, their only appearance. (Full
BRING IT ON|
Lily McDonald and Lindzy Bury perform at Husky Stadium
By: Rich Linde, 17 September 2002
time to time, Washington cheerleader Lindzy Bury (left) will send us photos of the
aerial stunts/acrobatics that our cheerleaders perform at Husky Stadium and on
the road. These stunts are amazing. Our cheerleaders at Washington are every
bit as dedicated to Husky sports as any of the members of our athletic teams.
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