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Locked On Huskies - Daily Podcast on Washington Huskies Football & Basketball

Locked On Podcast Network, Roman Tomashoff, Lars Hanson

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Locked On Huskies podcast is your daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and sports insider info for the Washington Huskies. Hosted by Roman Tomashoff, the Locked On Huskies podcast provides your daily Washington Huskies fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Huskies. From the purple and gold masses in Husky Stadium to the hallowed grounds of the HEC Edmundson Pavilion an ...
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies have a very good shot at landing multiple blue-chip prospects in the 2025 class very soon, as four-star athlete Dylan Robinson, four-star safety Ladarian Clardy, and three-star safety Rylon Dillard-Allen all move closer to announcing their commitments in the coming weeks. To celebrate the early release date of …
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The Washington Huskies' NIL collective, Montlake Futures, announced its "Win Big" campaign which, after a recent change in legislation, is allowed to be supported by Washington's staff, including athletic director Pat Chun, football coach Jedd Fisch, and basketball coach Danny Sprinkle. If Washington can get a nice boost in the NIL, Fisch and co. c…
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Even with 21 prospects already committed in the 2025 class, with four-star WR Chris Lawson being the most recent addition, Jedd Fisch channeled his inner Marcus Peters, stating the Washington Huskies aren't done yet on the recruiting trail, as prospects like Larue Zamorano, Ladarian Clardy, Rylon Dillard-Allen, Dylan Robinson, Peter Langi, and more…
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Head coach Jedd Fisch, wide receivers coach Kevin Cummings, and the Washington Huskies coaching staff added an exciting recruit to the 2025 class in four-star pass-catcher Chris Lawson, beating out the Oregon Ducks and Cal Golden Bears to secure his commitment. Lawson brings an exciting skillset to the Big Ten that Fisch's coaching staff will be ha…
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The Washington Huskies added a commitment from talented, underrated, three-star offensive line prospect Lowen Colman-Brusa on Thursday, becoming the fifth in-state player to commit to Washington in the 2025 class, joining four-star linebackers Zaydrius Rainey-Sale and Jonathan Epperson, three-star cornerback D'Aryhian Clemons, and three-star edge r…
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Under Jedd Fisch, the Washington Huskies have a lot to prove as they enter the Big Ten in 2024 after suffering tons of losses in the offseason following the loss to Michigan in the national championship game, however, Pro Football Focus believes in what Fisch is building on Montlake, placing the Huskies at No. 9 in their preseason power rankings th…
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies continued their hot streak on the recruiting trail, flipping three-star cornerback Ramonz Adams, a product of Bastrop High School in Texas, away from Texas Tech. Adams becomes the second defensive back to commit to cornerbacks coach John Richardson, who also added three-star D'Aryhian Clemons in a class t…
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Jedd Fisch, Robert Bala, and the entire Washington Huskies coaching staff convinced the state's top prospect, four-star linebacker Zaydrius Rainey-Sale to stay home and commit to Washington a second time after initially pledging to Kalen DeBoer's staff and backing off after the coach left for Alabama. The Huskies also lost four-star DL Smith Orogbo…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies added an exciting pass catcher in three-star athlete Deji Ajose, a product of Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, California, who has extremely high upside on both sides of the ball, but projects out as a receiver for the Huskies. He joins a class with wide receivers Raiden Vines-Bright and Dezmen Roebuck and…
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The Washington Huskies earned a commitment from three-star defensive tackle Caleb Smith on Friday, but suffered some tough losses as DT Josiah Sharma chose Oregon, CB Dijon Lee chose Alabama, and OL Darius Afalava picked Oklahoma. Coach Jedd Fisch still has a promising class in his first year in the Big Ten and has some exciting additions that he c…
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The Washington Huskies are continuing to reel in recruits at an incredible rate for the 2025 recruiting cycle and coach Jedd Fisch has added multiple four-star tight ends over the last few days in Baron Naone, the No. 1 player in Oregon and Vander Ploog, one of the top tight ends in California. Defensive coordinator Steve Belichick and his staff al…
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The Washington Huskies are starting to gain the momentum coach Jedd Fisch is looking for on the recruiting trail, adding commitments from four-star linebacker Jonathan Epperson, who is also the No. 2 prospect in the state of Washington behind Zaydrius Rainey-Sale, and three-star linebacker Donovan Robinson in the 2025 class. Both are fascinating pl…
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies added two commitments to the 2025 class on Sunday when three-star defensive lineman Victor Sanchez Hernandez and three-star wide receiver Dezmen Roebuck, who both announced their pledges to Washington within 10 minutes of each other on Sunday afternoon. Sanchez Hernandez and Roebuck were part of the 15 re…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies are in a great position to add to the 2025 recruiting class as they have another talented crop of official visitors set to arrive on Friday, including four-star linebackers Zaydrius Rainey-Sale and Jonathan Epperson, three-star offensive lineman Darius Afalava, three-star safety Rylon Dillard-Allen, and three-s…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies coaching staff need to make sure that it's doing a good job in the state of Washington, and with three of the state's top 5 prospects, four-star linebackers Zaydrius Rainey-Sale and Jonathan Epperson, and three-star defensive back D'Aryhian Clemons, set to take an official visit to Seattle over the weekend. How…
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Whether he knew it or not, while sitting in his neighbor's garage watching his favorite NFL team, the Seattle Seahawks, and his favorite player, Russell Wilson, three-star Washington Huskies commit Dash Beierly was always destined to end up in Seattle one day. The Mater Dei quarterback followed Jedd Fisch from the Arizona Wildcats to the Big Ten wi…
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Jedd Fisch, offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll, and the Washington Huskies earned a huge win on the recruiting trail on Thursday morning when four-star offensive lineman Champ Taulealea announced his commitment to Washington over USC, Georgia, Texas, Penn State, Oregon, and more. Ranked as the No. 12 interior offensive lineman in the country by …
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Jedd Fisch, Steve Belichick, Jason Kaufuisi, and the Washington Huskies added a commitment from three-star edge rusher Devin Hyde on Tuesday, who becomes the coaching staff's first commitment on the defensive side of the ball in the 2025 class as the Huskies prepare for their first season in the Big Ten. Hyde, a product of Menlo-Atherton High Schoo…
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The Washington Huskies have a lot of talent and production to replace under coach Jedd Fisch after Michael Penix Jr., Rome Odunze, Bralen Trice and others left for the NFL Draft or the transfer portal, but Fisch's coaching staff has done a good job adding talent through the ranks of high school recruiting and the transfer portal. When combining ret…
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies have had a lot of work to do to rebuild the roster following its decimation from the transfer portal due to Kalen DeBoer's departure for Alabama, NFL Draft, and national championship loss to Michigan. The Huskies turned to the 2024 class to bring in players like Demond Williams, Jordan Washington, Adam Mo…
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The Washington Huskies went through a major coaching change in the offseason, bringing in former Arizona Wildcats head coach Jedd Fisch after Kalen DeBoer departed for the Alabama Crimson Tide four days after the Huskies lost the national championship to the Michigan Wolverines. Fisch and DeBoer have a lot of similarities, from explosive offenses b…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies hosted 16 prospects for their official visits over the weekend, with cornerbacks Dijon Lee and Daryus Dixson, linebackers Madden Faraimo and Matai Tagoa'i, along with offensive tackles John Mills and Demitri Manning, and edge rusher Devin Hyde among the names of those who descended on Montlake to check out what…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies have done a very good job developing relationships with some of the nation's top prospects and will host 16 of them, including players like Dijon Lee, Andrew Marsh, Matai Tagoa'i, Daryus Dixson, Madden Faraimo, and Kaleb Edwards, on official visits over the weekend. But now, it's time to close on some of those …
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies have done an impressive job getting some of the nation's top recruits on campus, including 10 blue chip prospects as the Huskies attempt to rebuild their roster after losing the national championship game to Michigan, losing 20 starters to the transfer portal and NFL draft, and Kalen DeBoer departs for Al…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies are already expecting a large number of talented prospects to descend on Montlake for their official visits this weekend, and added four more official visitors to the docket on Tuesday: four-star WR Andrew Marsh, four-star LB Matai Tagoa'i, a USC commit, four-star DL Smith Orogbo, and three-star DL Chace Sims. …
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As Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies prepare to host 16 recruits on official visits over the weekend, defensive coordinator Steve Belichick and cornerbacks coach John Richardson have identified some talented athletes that could play multiple positions: four-star S/LB Madden Faraimo, four-star ATH Dylan Robinson, and four-star CB Daryus Dixson. …
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies are preparing for the biggest recruiting weekend in school history and although four-star prospects Adonyss Currie, Elijah Pratt, and Andrew Marsh won't be on campus for their official visits, four-stars Madden Faraimo, Daryus Dixson, and Dylan Robinson will be. The Huskies are looking to close on a good amount…
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies were looking for another scholarship quarterback to aid Mississippi State transfer Will Rogers and freshman Demond Williams and on Wednesday night, earned a commitment from former Northern Colorado quarterback Shea Kuykendall. The Huskies also have exciting groups of edge rushers and running backs who are…
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The Washington Huskies have two scholarships open on their 2024 roster and are looking to address them in the transfer portal, hosting quarterback Shea Kuykendall (who committed shortly after this episode was published) and wide receiver Zakhari Franklin on official visits during the week. If both were to commit, Jedd Fisch would be at the 85-playe…
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As Jedd Fisch prepares for his first year as the Washington Huskies' head coach, he has to replace nearly all of Washington's major contributors from the 2023 run to the national championship, namely Michael Penix Jr., Rome Odunze, Ja'Lynn Polk, and other stars who left for the NFL draft. Through the depth left on the roster and the transfer portal…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies added two starters over the weekend from the transfer portal, getting some much-needed depth along the offensive line in former Maryland offensive lineman and junior college All-American Maximus McCree, while Sacramento State safety Cameron Broussard appears ready to make a big impact in defensive coordinator S…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies have a lot of things to address this offseason, with a need for more offensive linemen and a quarterback in the transfer portal and plenty of holes to fill in the 2025 recruiting class which could be filled by players like four-star players wide receiver Chris Lawson, edge rusher CJ May, safety Ladarian Clardy,…
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The Washington Huskies are reportedly close to earning a commitment from Sacramento State safety Cameron Broussard, who made the All-Big Sky first team last season and would be a big acquisition for Jedd Fisch's team and Steve Belichick's defense, adding great depth to the secondary and earning a win over the Michigan Wolverines on the recruiting t…
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The Washington Huskies still need help along the offensive line, and head coach Jedd Fisch and offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll have handed out some offers, including to junior college All-American Maximus McCree, who is expected to take an official visit to Seattle soon and four-star 2025 prospect Malachi Goodman. Fisch's staff is also vying …
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The Washington Huskies changed the landscape of NIL when agreeing to a $2 million deal with one of the best college basketball players in the transfer portal, Great Osobor, and it won't just affect basketball. The deal will also certainly affect Jedd Fisch and the UW football team as the Huskies continue to look for offensive line help and quarterb…
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Washington Huskies basketball coach Danny Sprinkle is building something special on Montlake, and it's becoming more apparent after earning a commitment from a top 10 player in the transfer portal, Great Osobor, who he can pair with other talented players like DJ Davis, Zoom Diallo, Franck Kepnang, and Mehki Mason. Jedd Fisch also has a lot of work…
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Coach Danny Sprinkle and the Washington Huskies landed the No. 7 overall player in the transfer portal, Great Osobor, who committed to the Huskies over Louisville and Texas Tech, and played under Sprinkle at both Utah State and Montana State. Osobor gives the Huskies one of the better rosters in the Big Ten for the upcoming season, and also reshape…
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The Washington Huskies added promising players from the transfer portal in both football and basketball, with coach Jedd Fisch adding defensive lineman Deshawn Lynch from Sacramento State, while coach Danny Sprinkle added Rhode Island guard Luis Kortright and Portland forward Tyler Harris to the roster. Lynch rounds out defensive coordinator Steve …
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The Washington Huskies have a lot of questions to answer under coach Jedd Fisch but could also be in for an exciting season with quarterback Will Rogers at the helm and a lot of talent around him like wide receivers Denzel Boston and Jeremiah Hunter, linebacker Carson Bruener, edge rusher Zach Durfee and more. The Huskies are also bringing in talen…
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The Washington Huskies added a pair of commitments that will bring much-needed depth to coach Jedd Fisch's roster in three-star quarterback Treston Kini McMillan, who joins the class of 2025 and linebacker Hayden Moore, who comes to Montlake after winning a national championship with Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines over Kalen DeBoer's team…
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The Washington Huskies and coach Jedd Fisch have promised aggression on the recruiting trail to pull in a top 2025 recruiting class, and he has his sights set on multiple top recruits including cornerback Dijon Lee, wide receiver Andrew Marsh, offensive lineman Douglas Utu, and linebacker Zaydrius Rainey-Sale. Washington basketball coach Danny Spri…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies had a wild day in the transfer portal, securing commitments from former Ohio State Buckeyes offensive lineman Enokk Vihami and Nevada tight end Keleki Latu, the younger brother of former UW and UCLA edge rusher and Indianapolis Colts first-round pick Laiatu Latu. However, offensive coordinator and offensive lin…
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Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies held their annual spring game on Friday and with an impressive crowd in attendance, the Huskies put on quite a show both on and off the field, including appearances by Michael Penix Jr., Danny Sprinkle, Marcus Peters, Jake Locker, and many more stars from previous years. On the field, the Huskies got impressive…
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The Washington Huskies celebrated coach Jedd Fisch's birthday by adding two more commitments from the Arizona Wildcats, four-star running back Jordan Washington and wide receiver Kevin Green Jr., who took official visits to Seattle over the weekend for Washington's spring game. Washington brings game-breaking speed to UW football's backfield while …
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The Washington Huskies are hosting their "Dawgs After Dark" spring game on Friday and coach Jedd Fisch's team has a lot to display, including quarterbacks Will Rogers and Demond Williams, wide receivers Denzel Boston and Jeremiah Hunter, as well as a new defense headed up by former New England Patriots play-caller Steve Belichick. Washington footba…
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The Washington Huskies have finished with spring practice and ahead of Friday's spring game, there are a lot of players that deserve recognition from all of the practices that Jedd Fisch and his special guests of Bill Belichick, Pete Carroll, Steve Ballmer, John Lynch and others have put on over April. Some of the standouts include quarterback Demo…
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The Washington Huskies added a commitment from the transfer portal on Wednesday in offensive tackle Chris Adams, who previously played at Old Dominion. Coach Jedd Fisch and offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll have left no stone unturned as they search the country for talent in the transfer portal to bring depth along the offensive line and appear…
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Coach Jedd Fisch and the Washington Huskies earned two big commitments from the transfer portal on Tuesday, acquiring former Miami Hurricanes edge rusher Jayden Wayne, who was once the top recruit in the state of Washington, and Oklahoma safety Justin Harrington to Steve Belichick's defense. In the final days of the transfer portal, the coaching st…
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