Sunday, November 23, 2014 - Page updated at 12:27 a.m.
DEAN RUTZ / The Seattle Times
Jaydon Mickens celebrates his first half touchdown with teammates Dwayne Washington, center, and quarterback Cyler Miles. He caught five passes for 84 yards in a victory that made the Huskies bowl-eligible. Read story
UPDATE - 12:27 AM
UW totals 481 yards on offense; Mickens scores twice in 37-13 win over Oregon State Saturday night.
Friday, November 21
Andrew Andrews, UW men’s basketball pull away for 63-48 win over Seattle U
Seattle U laments loss, but this was not a make-or-break game | Jerry Brewer
Thursday, November 20
Isiah Umipig and Seattle U ready to challenge Huskies
Kelsey Plum scores 37 points, Huskies win 96-82
Cal beats Syracuse in N.Y.C.
Saturday, November 15
Shawn Kemp Jr. leads Washington to season-opening win
Kelsey Plum’s 45 points break Huskies record in defeat
Thursday, November 13
Huskies’ new big man Robert Upshaw feels he has matured
Wednesday, November 12
Washington lands one of best classes in Lorenzo Romar era
Tuesday, November 11
Competitive nature of point guard Nigel Williams-Goss should serve the Huskies well