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DawgmanRadio is a comprehensive look at the latest Washington Huskies football, basketball, and recruiting news, with insight and analysis from Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund.

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DawgmanRadio is a comprehensive look at the latest Washington Huskies football, basketball, and recruiting news, with insight and analysis from Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund.

    DawgmanRadio: Big Plays On Offense Highlight Day Six Of Spring Ball

    DawgmanRadio: Big Plays On Offense Highlight Day Six Of Spring Ball

    The second Saturday practice of spring football continued to see the Husky offense make some strides against Washington's defense. The guys from Dawgman.com -- Kim Grinolds and Scott Eklund -- took in the two-hour-plus practice and came away with some thoughts.
    Washington's offense continued to shine, at least in the passing game. Quarterback Demond Williams took most of the first team reps while Will Rogers got a majority of the second team reps.
    Denzel Boston and Jeremiah Hunter shone brightly for the wideouts while Decker DeGraaf saw some targets at the tight end spot.
    Defensively, Jordan Shaw had another interception while linebacker Bryun Parham forced a fumble near the goal line on a play that saw the defense erupt.
    In addition to all of the action on the field, there were a lot of visitors on hand to go through including Jack Del Rio, 49ers GM John Lynch and 49ers offense line coach Chris Foerster and several official visitors as well.

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    • 30 min
    DawgmanRadio: Fifth Day Of Spring Ball Sees Offense Make A Statement

    DawgmanRadio: Fifth Day Of Spring Ball Sees Offense Make A Statement

    The guys from Dawgman - Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters -- were both on hand for Washington's fifth day of spring football. There were some eventful moments including several big plays by the offense.

    Since spring practices began back on April 3rd, it's been quite obvious that the Husky defense is much further along than the offense. Considering how much talent and depth was lost following the 2023 season, especially along the offensive line, that was to be expected, but it still has been a thorn in the side of those watching as there have been very little in the way of big plays from the passing game or running game.

    That changed on Thursday as Will Rogers and Demond Williams made long throws to Denzel Boston and Elijah Hunter as well as freshman wideout Jason Robinson Jr. two of which went for touchdowns and the other putting the offense is prime position to punch things in, which they did.

    To be sure, the defense had their moments as well.

    They forced at least a half dozen interceptions and also made things very difficult on the Husky running game.

    The guys gave their thoughts and assessment of what they saw and also got in depth on who will be on campus this weekend for visits, both officially and unofficially, and what to expect when the Transfer Portal opens on April 15th.

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    • 33 min
    DawgmanRadio: Lots to talk about after Day Four of Spring Ball

    DawgmanRadio: Lots to talk about after Day Four of Spring Ball

    The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - recapped a very busy Tuesday afternoon/evening on Montlake, one overshadowed by the news that running back Tybo Rogers was arrested last Friday on two rape charges and is currently out on bail.
    After offering thoughts on Rogers and the situation he finds himself in, the talk then gets back to Tuesday's practice and the fact that the defense is well ahead of the offense so far. Not to worry, said UW Head Coach Jedd Fisch after practice. Every program he's been a part of saw the defense jump well ahead of the offense during spring ball. But what is causing the gulf in play between the two sides? The guys hash that out, and there are some definite reasons why.
    And before going any further, Chris wanted to make sure not to bury the lede; the appearance of Bill Belichick at practice. And the former New England Head Coach wasn't just watching, he was actively helping out with all the defensive position groups. Belichick has been at UW since Friday, first to give a couple of talks during Washington's Coaches Clinic, and now he's helping out on the field.
    The guys talk about what they saw Belichick do, who he was helping, seeing Belichick and his son - Washington Defensive Coordinator Steve Belichick - coaching at the same time, and more.
    And to wrap things up, Scott gives a brief recruiting update on a top prospect that happened to be at practice today.

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    • 34 min
    DawgmanRadio: Bill Belichick makes his way to Montlake on Day Three of Spring Ball

    DawgmanRadio: Bill Belichick makes his way to Montlake on Day Three of Spring Ball

    The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - got together after Saturday's full pads practice, the first one for Washington this spring, to talk about what they saw and who stood out.
    The practice coincided with Washington's annual coaches clinic, which also meant the arrival of Hall of Fame Coach Bill Belichick, father of new UW Defensive Coordinator Steve Belichick. So it wasn't surprising the number of coaches on hand was higher than normal.
    Today's recap started with the offense, and especially the play of quarterbacks Will Rogers and Demond Williams, yet the single biggest highlight of the day came courtesy of Dermaricus Davis.
    There were a few 'live' periods of practice where the team played close to full tempo and could take the ballcarrier to the ground. It allowed us to see some work in the trenches and also some passing plays down the field too.
    We talk about those things, and then after a quick break we turn to the defensive side of the ball, the side that won the day. Starting with the defensive line, they certainly have the upper hand over a very inexperienced offensive line at the moment.
    We also talked about the arrival of Belichick, as well as some other dignitaries at practice like former UW star DL Danny Shelton and Indiana DL Philip Blidi, in town on an official visit.

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    • 35 min
    DawgmanRadio: Breaking it all down on Day Two of Spring Football

    DawgmanRadio: Breaking it all down on Day Two of Spring Football

    The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - braved the cold and the rain normally associated with fall football to check out day two of Washington's spring football campaign, and there was plenty to talk about - even if a lot of it had to do with the team breaking things down and continuing to get back to basics.
    To start the show, the guys focused on the offensive side of the ball and especially at quarterback. There appears to be a clear pecking order already with Will Rogers, Demond Williams, and Dermaricus Davis, with Williams continuing to earn a lot of praise for his athleticism and how quickly he seems to be picking things up.
    The media got a chance to talk to OC/OL Coach Brennan Carroll today, as well as OL Drew Azzopardi and Zachary Henning, so a lot of the talk in the first half of the show had to do with the offensive line and their struggles. To be fair to the group, they've fully embraced the challenges of being down in numbers and trying new roles, but the coaches have also made it clear they are going to go to the transfer portal early and often to fill out the rest of the offensive line room.
    After a quick break, the talk turned to the defense and what each of us saw during practice. There was a lot of breaking things down to the bare fundamentals, and if that meant only going half-speed or slower, that was what had to take place. We also offer our thoughts on new DC Steve Belichick, as well as how the bedding-in period for the defensive coaches will be longer than for the offensive coaches. Outside of DL Coach Jason Kaufusi, all the defensive coaches are new to Jedd Fisch and the staff he brought with him from Arizona, while all the offensive coaches are straight from the Wildcats' program.

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    • 37 min
    DawgmanRadio: Washington Spring Practice Day One Recap

    DawgmanRadio: Washington Spring Practice Day One Recap

    The guys from Dawgman.com -- Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund -- were on hand for Jedd Fisch's first practice as the head coach for the Washington Huskies on Wednesday. They broke down the the format of practice and also discussed some of the coaches they saw in action, particularly defensive coordinator Steve Belichick and linebackers coach Robert Bala.
    In addition to those observations, the guys also talked about what they saw at quarterback as it was their first chance to see Will Rogers in a Husky uniform and freshman Demond Williams who looks to have the strongest arm of the bunch.
    The offensive line is a work in progress and Fetters and Eklund broke down who played where and how players were flipping sides of the line to get them reps on both sides.
    They also broke down what they saw from many of the new faces on hand, including cornerback Ephesians Prysock, tailback Jonah Coleman, defensive tackle Sebastian Valdez, offensive lineman Drew Azzopardi and defensive linemen Isaiah Ward and Russell Davis.

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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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106 Ratings

106 Ratings

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Go Huskies

Great listen for that huskies content!

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Pretty Poor

They ask the absolute worst questions during interviews, and the episode where they discuss is extremely boring. Only listen to this podcast for the interviews with coaches, despite the bad questions being asked.

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Nice

Great Husky pod, keep up the good work💜💛

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