As you probably noticed, the Husky Haul has received a facelift. Now the featured story is a big huge image, with other recent stories set within that image. Below that, past content endlessly loads for infinite scrolling. On the left is a large bar with links to related content from around the Fansided network. The Husky Haul logo is also reworked. All in all everything is more modern and a bit more stylish, and I love it. Hope you enjoy the new look as well.
Stories Especially Worth Reading:
Todd Dybas, who will now be covering the Seahawks for the News Tribune instead of the Huskies, takes a good look at the Illinois offense’s tendency to play a little chaotically. If you want to know what I mean by that, click on the link and look at the picture from the last game Illinois played. Weird, scary stuff, ladies and gentlemen.
Ted Miller of the Pac-12 Blog has been very high on Washington so far this year, so it figures that he has written an article highlighting the maturity of Coach Sark’s squad as they head to Chicago to play 2-0 Illinois.
Also, a UW Dawg Pound post previewing the Illinois defense. My overall impression is that they do not possess an outright star, though it’s early enough that that could change by the end of the season.
Our counterparts at Writing Illini preview the Washington defense with an emphasis on Sean Parker, John Timu, and Shaq Thompson. I would say they about have it, as those three are likely the most important defenders on the team, though defensive tackle Danny Shelton is also an important player at a key position.