Follow Husky Football This Season
Aug. 29, 2006
SEATTLE -- Fans of University of Washington football will enjoy some of the most comprehensive coverage of their beloved Huskies ever this season through the athletic department's lineup of television, radio and internet partners.
Every game throughout the season will be broadcast live via the Washington ISP Sports Network, managed by ISP Sports and flagship station KJR 950 AM in Seattle. A complete list of stations on the network is located by clicking here. The pre-game show on KJR, originating at home games from a tailgate area outside Husky Stadium, will begin at 9 a.m. with Dave 'Softy' Mahler, Hugh Millen and Dick Baird. At 10:30 a.m. the network takes the air with veteran play-by-play announcer Bob Rondeau, color analyst Chuck Nelson and sideline reporter Elise Woodward joining the pre-game trio.
Husky fans who can't make the games won't have to miss a second of the action this season!
At 11:30 p.m., the Husky Pre-Game show shifts gears with Rondeau providing interviews with UW players, Coach Tyrone Willingham, Director of Athletics Todd Turner, a Husky Legend and other special features and analysis. In addition to the excellent in-game analysis of the radio crew, a special side parabolic microphone this season will bring an added dimension to the broadcast.
A special postgame show will air on the network for one hour following the final gun and will feature locker room reports with various UW players and Willingham, along with special analysis and highlights. Following the postgame show, KJR will remain on the air with HuskyTalk with Mahler, Millen and Baird.
The official athletic website of UW Athletics, www.GoHuskies.com, will carry all of the network's programming live via the Dawg Channel All-Access. All live and archived programming on the Dawg Channel will be free this season and will be displayed with CSTV Online's new audio/video platform. Click Here to register and enjoy all the great content on the Dawg Channel.
In addition to live audio coverage of the game, GoHuskies.com will also conduct a real-time chat and a list statistical GameTracker during the contest. Originating directly from the Husky Stadium press box, fans can ask questions, get colorful analysis of the action on the field, information on the band, cheerleaders and other items of interest. Special guests from time-to-time will also show up to provide their analysis of the game.
Following the game, there will be no website better than GoHuskies.com to read comprehensive reports of the game, feature stories about players and coaches, post-game press conference video and other special content.
Here's a list of the comprehensive coverage options for Husky football this season:
Through the athletic department's newly-extended partnership with FSN Northwest, Husky fans will be able to enjoy Washington football every week with Huskies All-Access. A winner of three Emmy Awards since itscreation, Huskies All Access will air on FSN every Thursday night at 7 p.m. With unprecedented access to Coach Willingham and his team, FSN gets you inside UW's program as we talk to the coaches, sit down with the players and get ready for gameday.
Back by popular demand, FSN will bring back the network's FSN Classics series this Fall, adding a new twist this year with a second night of the week to re-live the Washington Huskies remarkable 1991 Championship season. Husky fans across the region won't want to miss Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. throughout October on the network when FSN Classics celebrates the 1991 Championship team, airing a game every week from that special season.
As the exclusive local rights-holder for the Huskies football program, FSN will produce all games that are not already being televised as part of the Pac-10 Conference's national agreements and are outside of the league's protected windows. FSN currently has two Husky games scheduled (Sept. 16 vs. Fresno St. and the Nov. 18 Apple Cup) and additional games will be announced once the national networks' 6-day and 12-day picks have been made.