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After an unexpectedly long break, Warren (the Dawg) and Mark (the Duck) are back to talk about the Washington and Oregon football season. The guys catch up on Dawg & Duck news, and then do a deep dive into where they got it right, and how they were totally wrong in their season previews. Warren and Mark pull out a number of take-aways from the season, moving moments, and redemption stories. At one point, Mark tells Warren, “you're such a troll!” We're back, and better than ever!
The University of Washington women's basketball team headed down south for matchups against the Oregon schools. First the Ducks clipped the Huskies 58-65. The Dawgs then went to Corvallis and took down the Beavers snapping a four game losing streak. UW Leah and Evie Mason break it all down and preview the LA schools.
Welcome to Husky Heights, where we talk about all things University of Washington women's NCAA gymnastics. In this episode, we discuss: 1) UW's second place finish in session 1 at Wasatch Classic, where the team beat 2022 Nationals contender Minnesota, 2) A look ahead at the UCLA home opener on Jan. 21, and 3) Judging discrepancies in NCAA gymnastics. Follow @UWGymDawgs: https://linktr.ee/uwgymdawgs. Get tickets for UCLA at Washington on Jan. 21: https://bit.ly/3GJMY4d. Super 16 Meet Scores: https://roadtonationals.com/results/schedule/meet/28762. Women's gymnastics schedule: https://gohuskies.com/sports/womens-gymnastics/schedule/2023. UW gymnastics team roster: https://gohuskies.com/sports/womens-gymnastics/roster. Questions or comments? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Description: Welcome to Husky Heights, where we talk about all things University of Washington women's gymnastics. In this episode, we discuss: 2022 gymnastics season recap What we're looking forward to in the 2023 season A recap of the Super 16 Invitational, where the GymDawgs competed against Fisk University, the first HBCU gymnastics team Follow @UWGymDawgs: https://linktr.ee/uwgymdawgs Watch the GymDawgs' next meet, the Wasatch Classic on Jan. 14: https://www.sporfie.com/company/ncaagymnastics 2009 article about Skylar Killough-Wilhelm: https://www.castlepinesconnection.com/local-gymnast-chases-dreams-to-iowa/ Super 16 Meet Scores: https://roadtonationals.com/results/schedule/meet/27825 Women's gymnastics schedule: https://gohuskies.com/sports/womens-gymnastics/schedule/2023 UW gymnastics team roster: https://gohuskies.com/sports/womens-gymnastics/roster Questions or comments? Email us at email@example.com.
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller recap the 27-20 Alamo Bowl victory over the Texas Longhorns. The three talk about the flow of the game, how Washington dealt with adversity, and why we are all thankful Kalen DeBoer is the head of our program.
Jake Grant and Trevor Mueller go in-depth on each player that committed to Washington so far in the 2023 early signing period. The guys give their takes on who could potentially find themselves playing early as well as the ceilings of some of the developmental players in the class.
Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) discuss Transfer Portal comings and goings and unsubstantiated rumors and theories coming from the Dawg & Duck Camps about Caleb Pressley, Germie Bernard, Maliki Matavao and others. The guys countdown their top 5 Mike Leach Moments and then discuss the tremendous impact that Leach had on the College Football landscape. Be sure to follow us on our new Twitter Account- @dawgandduckshow
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, Jake Grant, and Trevor Mueller recap all of the happenings since the Apple Cup. The biggest is the decision of Michael Penix coming back to Montlake. The group talks about Heisman hype and expectations for next year. What can the administration do to help capitalize on this momentum for next year? The group then talks Alamo and All-Conference teams.
Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) are joined by friend and fellow Dawg JJ Vancil to debate the impact of Michael Penix's announcement that he is returning for a final season with the Huskies. The guys make their case for which Husky was most greatly snubbed by the National Media and look at what the departure of Dillingham and the arrival of Will Stein means for the Ducks. The guys make predictions on which teams will come out as winners and which will come out as losers after this year's transfer portal explosion.
Tony Castricone, the voice of the Huskies joins Warren Mainard (the Dawg) to stump for Michael Penix Jr to win the Heisman. Tony offers his challenge to Husky Nation to help create a grassroots movement to get him to New York. Warren and Mark Schmor (the Duck) break down Washington's epic win over the Cougs in the Apple Cup and Oregon's stupefying collapse against the Beavers in the Civil War (Platypus Cup). Mark ranks the Beavers' greatest wins against the Ducks and Oregon's most painful losses in program history. Warren introduces a new term to the Pac 12 vernacular, similar to the familiar “Couging it,” he proposes the expression “Quacking it” whenever a team melts down at the end of a once promising season.
The Apple Cup is coming home! Washington takes care of WSU 51-33 with a dominant second half from the defense only giving up 6 points! Michael Penix was electric in his historic output in Pullman and Jalen McMillan and Rome Odunze both eclipse 1,000 yards on the season in dueling 150 yard games. Jake Grant, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller break down the game and look forward to rankings and bowl scenarios.
Former Coug quarterback and color commentator Alex Brink joins Kaila Olin and Trevor Mueller to give an insiders view of the WSU and the Apple cup from the east side. Olin and Mueller are joined by Jake Grant and UW Leah to preview the cougs and predict how the Dawgs will do in Pullman.
Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) turn from their rivalry with one another to focus on the Apple Cup (Huskies vs Cougars) and the Platypus Cup (Ducks vs Beavers). We welcome special guest and Husky legend Greg Lewis to join us and talk about the meaning of the Apple Cup and break down what he has seen from the Huskies in this remarkable bounce back season under Coach Kalen DeBoer and record setting QB Michael Penix. We breakdown the past weekend and look ahead to both rivalry games and discuss Warren's “Dawg Dream scenario.” Warren concludes with some fan provided Apple Cup jokes!
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller recap the 54-7 senior night beat down of the Colorado Buffaloes. The group talks TV schedules, the AP and NY6 bowl games, how the Dawgs can make the Pac-12 championship, and more as the Huskies turn their attention to the Apple Cup.
Was #25 Washington's 37-34 win over the 6th ranked Oregon Ducks in Autzen Stadium the greatest game in the 114 game rivalry? Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) debate and discuss the rich history of the series and some of its most unforgettable moments. Mark tries to make sense of what happened for the Ducks and Warren basks in the afterglow of the most satisfying win in ages. Warren and Mark preview the upcoming games for Washington (at home vs Oregon) and Oregon (at home vs Utah). Warren needles Mark on the Ducks chances if they have to go without star QB Bo Nix. Trevor Mueller of 4th and Inches joins us to discuss the impact of the Huskies historic win on the players, the program, the rivalry and the fans!
Kaila Olin, Jake Grant, and Trevor Mueller talk of the fallout after news out of Oregon juices up the rivalry to another level. The three then talk Colorado and what Washington should do on senior night as the 1-9 Buffs coke to town.
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller break down the historic win for the Huskies. In his first year Kalen DeBoer makes history by going down to Eugene and kicked off a top-10 Oregon team. While many Huskies cemented themselves as legends, none was sweeter than the redemption story of Peyton Henry. Olin, Leah, and Mueller break down what this win means and how the Huskies pulled off the upset. Correction: The Rose Bowl is not part of the playoff. CBS projects USC V Michigan and UW V UCF in the Cotton Bow.
Dawgs Win! Huskies make history defeating #6 Oregon in Autzen stadium 37-34! JJ Vancil (Dawg), Jake Holderman (Dawg) and Andrew Gettman (Duck), join Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) to break down all the emotions, insights, memories and regrets that passionate Dawg & Duck fans will relish and rue forever. Join in the revelry and remorse of one of the greatest games in the 123 year rivalry between the Washington Huskies and Oregon Ducks. Listen to the end… as the Dawgs laugh last!
This is why we created the show! It's hate week and Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck are joined by guests Jake Holderman (Dawg) and Andrew Gettman (Duck) to debate and argue the supremacy of our coaches and quarterbacks in the 4th quarter. We mock Jon Wilner's notion that ASU vs Arizona is the fiercest rivalry in the Pac 12. We discuss “Anxiety Levels” (Ducks) and “Hope Meters” (Dawgs) coming into Saturday's games and the “Key Questions” for the game. All four make their pregame score predictions and only one person believes that Saturday will be a historical anomaly. Go Dawgs! Go Ducks!
Play by play voice of Oregon State, Mike Parker, joins Trevor Mueller to give an insiders look at the Beavers. Kaila Olin, Jake Grant, and Trevor Mueller discuss the bye week, predict the osu game, and talk college football playoff.
The Dawgs face the #23 Oregon St Beavers coming off of a Bye week at home on Friday night. With rain in the forecast, how will this Washington passing attack perform against a stout Beavers defensive backfield. Warren (the Dawg) breaks down three key questions in preparation for the Huskies key Friday night match up. Oregon continues to steamroll through the Pac 12 with a dominant win against Cal and an expected blow out against Colorado. Mark (the Duck) dances around the question of what his “wildest dreams” for this Oregon season might be, but he is unashamed to say that Bo Nix is more than he could have ever dreamed of. Warren and Mark break down the first edition of the CFP Top 25 Poll.
The Dawgs get their first road win of the season against the California Bears, the Ducks dismantle the previously undefeated UCLA Bruins and both teams now feeling much more confident in their season outcomes. Warren Mainard (the Dawg) breaks down the game and talks about what the Huskies will be focusing on during this Bye Week. Mark Schmor (The Duck) recounts what may have been the best game of Oregon transfer QB Bo Nix's long career. Could both Nix and Penix be ranked and Dark Horse Heisman Contenders heading into their game in Autzen?
Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) review Washington's wild one against the wildcats and marvel at the magic that record setting QB Michael Penix Jr is casting right now. Warren answers three critical questions he has going into this Saturday's game against the Cal Bears. Mark reviews the history of the Ducks vs Bruins and how Oregon has fared in big home games, like this Saturday's match up between two top ten ranked teams. Warren and Mark breakdown the checklist of advantages and disadvantages between the two teams to discover that they are both remarkably even matched.
Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) cover their respective teams results in the desert. Warren explains why the Dawg Defense is Decimated and the irony of the Jimmy Lake signature strength becoming an epic weakness. Mark expounds on the Ducks growing offensive prowess. Then they turn to the thrill filled tears of joy for the Seattle Mariners epic win over Toronto and the pain filled tears of agony for their collapse against the Houston Astros.
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller discuss another loss down in the desert. Tempe has been a house of horrors for the dawgs since 2001 and the trend continued on Saturday afternoon. The three discuss what the Huskies need to change going forward to get back to their winning ways.
Washington and Oregon both now share a 4-1 record, as Warren Mainard (The Dawg) unpacks the Huskies loss at the Rose Bowl to the very experienced and highly motivated UCLA Bruins. Mark Schmor (The Duck) explains why he is feeling more confident than ever in the Oregon defense after their convincing home defeat of Stanford. Warren and Mark turn their attention to this weekend as both teams head to the desert, Washington against Arizona St and Oregon against Arizona.
One third of the way through exciting seasons for Washington and Oregon, Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) stop to smell the roses. Whether their teams will be smelling roses in January remains to be seen, but both teams are off to a great start. Warren breaks down and gives a letter grade to the Husky Offense, Defense and Special teams, as well as reviews the Stanford game and previews Friday's game against UCLA. Mark also reviews Oregon's grades and breaks down the Ducks' epic comeback against WSU as well as looking ahead to Stanford.
Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller break down the beat down of the Stanford Cardinal. The Dawgs come away with a 40-22 emphatic win, but there is places this program can increase productivity. Olin, Leah, and Mueller break down every facet of the contest from late Saturday night.
The Dawgs are lookin' good, the Ducks are lookin' good, so Warren Mainard and Mark Schmor are feeling good! Warren and Mark break down the remarkable similarities between the Huskies win vs #11 Michigan St and the Ducks win agains #12 BYU. Warren and Mark review the PAC 12 highs and lows and look forward to a compelling slate of PAC 12 action.
The Washington Huskies welcomed themselves to the national conversation with a convincing victory over the 11th ranked Michigan State Spartans. UW Leah and Trevor Mueller start the breakdown of the game while Kaila joins later to lend her expertise as the fro goes through position by position recap of the huge victory.
T his Saturday's games against #11 Michigan St (Washington) and #12 BYU (Oregon) present the first true test for both the Dawgs and Ducks as both fanbases are trying to discern what kind of team they really have. Warren and Mark breakdown last Saturdays drubbings of Portland St and Eastern Washington and then turn their attention to the marquee weekend before the Pac 12 slate begins. In shocking and unprecedented fashion, Mark, the Duck, picked Washington to win over the Michigan St. Spartans. Will Warren, the Dawg, reciprocate with picking the Ducks over the BYU Cougars? Tune in to find out!