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2009 Washington Huskies football team

2009 Washington Huskies football
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
2009 record 5–7 (4–5 Pac 10)
Head coach Steve Sarkisian (1st year)
Offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier (1st year)
Offensive scheme Pro Style
Defensive coordinator Nick Holt (1st year)
Base defense 4-3
Home stadium Husky Stadium
(Capacity: 72,500)
Uniform

The 2009 Washington Huskies football team represented the University of Washington in the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The team's head coach was Steve Sarkisian. The Huskies played their home games at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. The Huskies finished the season 5–7 and 4–5 in Pac-10 play.

Schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 5 7:30 PM #9 LSU* Husky StadiumSeattle, WA ESPN L 23–31   69,161[1]
September 12 12:30 PM Idaho* Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA FSNNW W 42–23   58,980[2]
September 19 12:30 PM #3 USC Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA ABC W 16–13   61,889[3]
September 26 6:00 PM at Stanford #24 Stanford StadiumStanford, CA FCS L 14–34   36,930[4]
October 3 12:30 PM at Notre Dame* Notre Dame StadiumNotre Dame, IN NBC L 30–37 OT  80,795[5]
October 10 7:00 PM Arizona Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA FSNNW W 36–33   61,621[6]
October 17 7:15 PM at Arizona State Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ FSN L 17–24   53,219[7]
October 24 12:30 PM #14 Oregondagger Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA ABC L 19–43   67,809[8]
November 7 12:30 PM at UCLA Rose BowlPasadena, CA FSNNW L 23–24   72,924[9]
November 14 12:30 PM at Oregon State Reser StadiumCorvallis, OR FSNNW L 21–48   45,274[10]
November 28 3:30 PM Washington State Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA (Apple Cup) FSNNW W 30–0   68,697[11]
December 5 3:30 PM #19 California Husky Stadium • Seattle, WA FSNNW W 42–10   62,334[12]
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Pacific Time.

Game notes

LSU

1 2 3 4 Total
#9 Tigers 10 7 7 7 31
Huskies 7 6 0 10 23

LSU came into the game ranked #11 in the nation, but the Washington Huskies earned their respect after they gave up 478 total yards to Washington. The Washington Huskies had 13:44 time of possession edge and ran 83 offensive plays to LSU's 48, but lost the game due to a couple untimely turnovers and blown defensive plays.

Idaho

1 2 3 4 Total
Vandals 3 6 7 7 23
Huskies 7 14 14 7 42

Washington ended the nation's longest losing streak at 15 games and gave new coach Steve Sarkisian his first victory, beating Idaho 42-23. Sarkisian's first win as a head coach came as the Huskies scored touchdowns on its first five possessions—minus a fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half—making up for a defense that showed weakness against the pass. Locker tossed touchdowns of 24, 31 and 4 yards and added a 3-yard TD run of his own as Washington picked up its first victory since Nov. 17, 2007 when it beat California.

Despite the offensive performance, the Huskies defense showed it still has a long way to go in defending the pass. Quarterback Nathan Enderle threw for 279 yards—part of the 349 total passing yards by the Vandals. But Idaho had to settle for three field goals on three trips inside the Washington 20 in the first half.

Enderle then made his one crucial mistake on the first possession of the second half. After Washington's Curtis Shaw fumbled the second half kickoff and Idaho recovered, Enderle faced a third-and-4 at the Washington 25. Throwing toward the near sideline, Enderle's pass found the hands of linebacker Mason Foster, who returned the turnover 56 yards to the Idaho 21. Four plays later, and after Locker hit D'Andre Goodwin for 20 yards to the 1 on third down, Chris Polk plowed in for his first touchdown of the season. The Vandals ended up out-gaining Washington 412 to 374, but were hampered by eight penalties and an inability to get Washington off the field

USC

1 2 3 4 Total
#3 Trojans 10 0 0 3 13
Huskies 7 3 0 6 16

The underdog Washington Huskies upset the USC Trojans on a last second field goal for a 16-13 win. The game snapped a 7-game winning streak for the Trojans over the Huskies, the last victory coming in 2001. For USC, Aaron Corp started for the injured Matt Barkley at quarterback.

Ecstatic Huskies fans storm the field in celebration after defeating the No. 3 Trojans in an upset.

The Huskies became the latest Pac-10 team to upset the Trojans, only two Pacific-10 Conference teams have failed to beat USC during the Pete Carroll era: Arizona and Arizona State.[13] Other Pac-10 teams have defeated USC at least once during this period, Oregon State did it twice, 2006 and again in 2008.

Stanford

1 2 3 4 Total
#24 Huskies 7 7 0 0 14
Cardinal 14 10 3 7 34

Notre Dame

1 2 3 4 OT Total
Huskies 7 10 7 6 0 30
Fighting Irish 3 13 3 11 7 37

Arizona

1 2 3 4 Total
Wildcats 7 3 17 6 33
Huskies 7 7 7 15 36

Arizona State

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 7 0 7 3 17
Sun Devils 7 7 3 7 24

With the appearance the game would be heading into overtime, ASU quarterback Danny Sullivan threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to receiver Chris McGaha in the last five seconds of the game.

Oregon

1 2 3 4 Total
#14 Ducks 0 15 21 7 43
Huskies 3 3 0 13 19

After Erik Folk's 33-yard field goal in the first quarter for Washington, Nate Costa rushed for 3 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to give the Ducks their first lead. Then Javes Lewis intercepted Jake Locker's pass in the end zone to give Oregon the ball back, which resulted in Jeremiah Masoli scoring from the 1-yard line for their second touchdown. With a second left, Folk kicked a 48-yard field goal to end the half, which was aided by a personal foul on Oregon.

Unable to move, the Huskies turned the ball over to Oregon and the Ducks scored their third touchdown on Masoli's 3-yard run in the top of the third quarter.

UCLA

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 10 6 7 0 23
Bruins 14 0 7 3 24

The Huskies failed to capitalize on UCLA's five turnovers and lost to the Bruins by a point at the Rose Bowl. Down by a point, Erik Folk's 38-yard field goal kick in the fourth quarter was no good. Folk kicked three field goals, two in the second quarter, and Jermaine Kearse scored two pass-touchdowns for the Huskies. Jake Locker completed 23 of 40 passes for 235 yards.

Kai Forbath kicked a 27-yard field goal earlier in the final period to win the game for the Bruins. Kevin Prince completed 13 of 17 passes for 212 yards and Kevin Craft had 10 of 14 completions for 159 yards. Both gave up an interception.[14]

Oregon State

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 0 7 0 14 21
Beavers 10 17 14 7 48

Washington State

1 2 3 4 Total
Cougars 0 0 0 0 0
Huskies 3 10 7 10 30

California

1 2 3 4 Total
#19 Golden Bears 3 0 7 0 10
Huskies 7 14 14 7 42

Washington's upsets of #19 California becomes the eleventh FBS team since 1946 to follow a winless 2008 season with five victories.

Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr Exp Hometown/Last School
1 Chris Polk TB 5-11 210 RS FR-RS Redlands, Calif./East Valley
1 Talia Crichton DE 6-3 229 FR-HS Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood
3 Alvin Logan LB 6-2 219 SO-1V Aurora, Colo./Regis Jesuit
3 James Johnson WR 6-0 193 FR-HS Valley Center, Calif./Valley Center
4 Vonzell McDowell, Jr CB 5-9 180 JR-2V Kent, Wash./Rainier Beach
4 Chris Izbicki TE 6-3 232 SO-SQ Kirkland, Wash./Lake Washington
5 Anthony Boyles CB 6-3 197 RS FR-RS Compton, Calif./Junipero Serra
5 Matt Houston LB 6-0 220 JR-1V Goleta, Calif./Dos Pueblos
6 Desmond Trufant CB 6-0 172 FR-HS Tacoma, Wash./Wilson
7 Anthony Gobern CB 5-11 183 FR-HS Fair Oaks, Calif./Del Campo
7 Cody Bruns WR 5-11 176 SO-1V Prosser, Wash./Prosser
8 Ronnie Fouch QB 6-1 198 SO-1V Redlands, Calif./Redlands East Valley
8 Nate Williams FS 6-0 221 JR-2V Renton, Wash./Kennedy
9 Devin Aguilar WR 6-0 184 SO-1V Denver, Colo./Mullen
9 Donald Butler LB 6-1 235 SR-3V Sacramento, Calif./Del Campo
10 Jake Locker QB 6-3 226 JR-1V Ferndale, Wash./Ferndale
11 D'Andre Goodwin WR 5-11 183 JR-2V Pacoima, Calif./Antelope Valley
12 Luther Leonard WR 6-2 208 RS FR-RS Seattle, Wash./Evergreen
13 Taylor Bean QB 6-1 193 SO-SQ Vancouver, Wash./Skyview
13 Will Shamburger S 6-0 188 FR-HS Compton, Calif./St. John Bosco
14 Curtis Shaw TB 5-10 186 SO-SQ Stockton, Calif./Lincoln
15 Jermaine Kearse WR 6-2 198 SO-1V Lakewood, Wash./Lakes
16 Vince Taylor WR 6-2 203 RS FR-RS Issaquah, Wash./Eastside Catholic
16 Eric Guttorp PK 5-7 168 SO-SQ Seattle, Wash./Nathan Hale
17 Erik Folk PK 5-11 185 SO-SQ Woodland Hills, Calif./Notre Dame
17 Keith Price QB 6-1 184 FR-HS Compton, Calif./St. John Bosco
18 Marlion Barnett TE 6-2 212 FR-HS Corona, Calif./Santiago
20 Cole Sager RB 5-10 196 FR-HS Burlington, Wash./Burlington-Edison
20 Justin Glenn S 5-11 198 RS FR-RS Mukilteo, Wash./Kamiak
21 Jordan Wallace LB 6-0 221 FR-HS Sacramento, Calif./Grant
21 Willie Griffin TB 5-8 191 SO-1V Oakland, Calif./McClymonds
22 Demitrius Bronson RB 5-10 206 FR-HS Kent, Wash./Kentwood
22 E.J. Savannah LB 6-1 228 SR-2V Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue
23 Johri Fogerson TB 6-1 191 SO-1V Kent, Wash./O'Dea
24 Joshua Gage LB 6-2 225 SR-2V Huntington Beach, Calif./Edison
26 Jason Wells FS 6-2 214 SR-2V La Verne, Calif./Mt. San Antonio JC
27 Adam Long CB 5-10 166 RS FR-RS Los Angeles, Calif./St. Bernard
27 William Chandler WR 6-0 180 FR-HS Sammamish, Wash./Skyline
28 Quinton Richardson CB 6-0 203 SO-1V Renton, Wash./O'Dea
28 Tony Chidiac WR 5-11 187 JR-1V Sammamish, Wash./Skyline
29 Nate Fellner S 6-1 198 FR-HS Fresno, Calif./Clovis West
30 Paul Homer FB 6-1 237 SR-3V Omaha, Neb./Millard North
31 Cort Dennison LB 6-1 220 SO-1V Salt Lake City, Utah/Judge Memorial
32 Kurt Mangum LB 6-0 241 RS FR-RS Chandler, Ariz./Chandler
34 Tim Tucker LB 6-1 234 FR-HS Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne
35 Brandon Yakaboski TB 5-11 200 SO-SQ Duvall, Wash./Mt. Si
35 Tripper Johnson DB 6-1 211 SR-1V Bellevue, Wash./Newport
36 David Butler LS 5-11 225 FR-HS Liberty Lake, Wash./Central Valley
38 Marquis Persley CB 6-0 188 SO-1V Redlands, Calif./East Valley
39 Greg Walker S 5-10 197 RS FR-RS Bellflower, Calif./St. Bernard
40 Mason Foster LB 6-2 244 JR-2V Seaside, Calif./Seaside
41 Victor Aiyewa SS 6-1 208 JR-1V Fresno, Texas/Hightower
41 Tobias Togi FB 5-11 239 SO-SQ Seattle, Wash./Evergreen
42 Kimo Makaula FB 6-2 248 FR-HS Kailua, Hawai'i/Punahou
42 Taylor Lappano DB 5-11 196 RS FR-1V Sammamish, Wash./Eastlake
43 T.J. Poe LB 6-1 225 SR-2V Enumclaw, Wash./Enumclaw
45 Anthony Tokunaga WR 5-11 177 FR-HS Honolulu, Hawai'i/Kamehameha
46 Will Mahan P 5-11 200 JR-JC Bakersfield, Calif./Bakersfield College
47 Austin Sylvester FB 6-1 241 JR-1V Reno, Nev./Bishop Manogue/The Hun (N.J.)
48 Jonathan Amosa LB 5-11 224 RS FR-RS Seattle, Wash./Rainier Beach
49 Danny Morovick LS 6-4 217 SR-3V Mission Viejo, Calif./Saddleback CC
50 Kalani Aldrich DL 6-7 250 SO-SQ Hilo, Hawaii/Kamehameha-Hawaii
51 Mykenna Ikehara OL 6-2 260 RS FR-RS Mililani, Hawai'i/Kamehameha
52 Nick Wood DT 6-3 273 SO-SQ Poway, Calif./Poway
53 Pete Galbraith DE 6-1 250 SO-SQ Deming, Wash./Mount Baker
54 Brandon Huppert LB 6-1 218 JR-SQ Edmonds, Wash./Edmonds-Woodway
56 Reece Anderson LB 5-11 188 FR-HS Bellevue, Wash./Newport/Cheshire Acad.
56 Senio Kelemete OL 6-4 281 SO-1V Seattle, Wash./Evergreen
57 Trenton Tuiasosopo LB 6-1 241 SR-3V Everett, Wash./Mariner
58 Andru Pulu DE 6-1 251 FR-HS Federal Way, Wash./Federal Way
59 Darrion Jones DE 6-2 256 SR-2V Lynwood, Calif./Lynwood
60 Brendan Lopez LS 6-0 223 SO-SQ Bellevue, Wash./Michigan
61 Gregory Christine C 6-2 284 JR-SQ Camarillo, Calif./St. Bonaventure
63 Daniel Kanczugowski DL 6-4 313 RS FR-RS Edmonds, Wash./O'Dea
64 Travis Dupart DL 6-2 245 SO-TR Roswell, Ga./Valdosta State
65 Ryan Tolar C/OG 6-5 293 JR-2V Pasco, Wash./Pasco
66 Daniel Te'o-Nesheim DE 6-4 263 SR-3V Waikoloa, Hawai'i/Hawaii Prep
67 Skyler Fancher OL 6-5 288 SO-1V Costa Mesa, Calif./Huntington Beach
68 Mark Armelin OT 6-5 283 SO-SQ Canoga Park, Calif./Bishop Alemany
69 Nick Scott OT 6-5 318 SR-SQ St. Louis, Mo./Drake Univ.
70 Morgan Rosborough OG 6-6 379 SR-1V Long Beach, Calif./Jordan
71 Cody Habben OT 6-6 295 JR-2V Sammamish, Wash./Skyline
73 Drew Schaefer OT 6-4 288 RS FR-RS Sammamish, Wash./Eastlake
74 Alameda Ta'amu DT 6-3 348 SO-1V Kent, Wash./Rainier Beach
75 Terence Thomas OT 6-9 290 RS FR-RS Caldwell, Idaho/Caldwell
77 Scott Shugert OG 6-5 304 SO-SQ Oregon City, Ore./Oregon City
79 Craig Noble DT 6-3 309 RS FR-RS Los Angeles, Calif./Taft
79 Ben Ossai OG 6-6 335 SR-3V Bakersfield, Calif./Stockdale
80 Kavario Middleton TE 6-5 253 SO-1V Lakewood, Wash./Lakes
82 Jordan Polk WR 5-7 162 SO-1V Portland, Ore./Lincoln
85 Marek Domanski TE 6-5 247 RS FR-RS Seattle, Wash./Shorecrest
86 Ben Hayes LS 6-3 209 SO-SQ Renton, Wash./O'Dea
88 Dorson Boyce TE 6-2 231 JR-JC New York, N.Y./Allan Hancock College
89 Conrad Remington DE 6-1 228 SO-SQ Omaha, Neb./Omaha North
90 Chris Robinson DT 6-0 250 FR-HS Tustin, Calif./Tustin
91 Tyrone Duncan DT 6-2 272 SO-SQ Westlake Village, Calif./Westlake
92 Everrette Thompson DE 6-6 262 SO-1V Renton, Wash./Kennedy
93 Paul Dickey P 6-1 194 SR-HS Redmond, Wash./Lower Columbia CC
94 Kiel Rasp P 6-3 215 SO-SQ Seattle, Wash./Nathan Hale
95 Houston Hubert PK 5-10 175 FR-HS Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue
96 De'Shon Matthews DT 6-4 261 JR-1V Sacramento, Calif./Laguna Creek
97 Fred Wiggs LB 6-1 225 JR-2V Seattle, Wash./O'Dea
98 Semisi Tokolahi DT 6-2 340 FR-HS Hilo, Hawai'i/Hilo
99 Cameron Elisara DT 6-3 275 JR-1V Spokane, Wash./Ferris

Game Starters

Opponent WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB TB FB WR
LSU J. Polk Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Izbicki% J. Johnson
IDAHO Aguilar Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Izbicki% J. Johnson
USC Aguilar Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Kearse^ J. Johnson
at Stanford Kearse Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Izbicki% Goodwin
at Notre Dame Kearse Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Goodwin^ J. Johnson
ARIZONA Aguilar Ossai Christine Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Izbicki% J. Johnson
at Arizona State Aguilar Ossai Wood Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Kearse^ J. Johnson
OREGON Aguilar Ossai Wood Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Izbicki% Kearse
at UCLA Aguilar Schaefer Wood Tolar Rosborough Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Homer Kearse
at Oregon State Aguilar Schaefer Wood Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Homer Kearse
WASHINGTON STATE Aguilar Schaefer Ossai Tolar Kelemete Habben Middleton Locker C. Polk Kearse^ J. Johnson
CALIFORNIA Aguilar Schaefer Ossai Ikehara Kelemete Habben Bruns^ Locker C. Polk Homer Kearse

% - started as second tight end ^ - started as third wide receiver

Opponent DE DT DT DE OLB ILB OLB S S CB CB
LSU Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Jones Savannah Butler Foster Williams Walker McDowell Richardson
IDAHO Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Aldrich Savannah Butler Foster Williams Glenn McDowell Richardson
USC Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Crichton Savannah Butler Foster Williams Glenn McDowell Richardson
at Stanford Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Crichton Savannah Butler Foster Williams Glenn Trufant Richardson
at Notre Dame Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Crichton Dennison Butler Foster Williams Glenn Trufant Richardson
ARIZONA Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Jones Savannah Butler Foster Aiyewa Fellner Trufant Richardson
at Arizona State Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Elisara Jones Savannah Butler Foster Aiyewa Williams Trufant Long
OREGON Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Thompson Jones Savannah Butler Foster Williams Fellner Trufant Long
at UCLA Pulu Ta’amu Te’o-Nesheim Crichton Dennison Butler Foster Williams Wells Trufant Long
at Oregon State Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Matthews Jones Dennison Butler Foster Williams Fellner Trufant Long
WASHINGTON STATE Te’o-Nesheim Thompson Elisara Jones Dennison Butler Foster Williams Wells Trufant Long
CALIFORNIA Te’o-Nesheim Ta’amu Thompson Jones Dennison Butler Foster Williams Wells Trufant Long

Rankings

Ranking Movement
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking. ██ Not ranked the previous week.
Poll Pre Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Final
AP NR NR NR 24 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Coaches NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Harris Not released NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
BCS Not released NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

Players in the NFL

The following UW Huskies were selected in the 2010 NFL Draft:
Player Position Round Pick NFL Club
Donald Butler LB 3 79 San Diego Chargers
Daniel Te'o-Nesheim DE 3 86 Philadelphia Eagles

Award Winners

Academics

Washington placed seven players on the 2009 Pac-10 All-Academic Team[15]

  • DB Victor Aiyewa, Jr. 3.36 GPA in Sociology, First Team
  • RB Paul Homer, Sr. 3.19 GPA in Biology, Second Team
  • DB Greg Walker, RFr. 3.45 GPA in Pre-Engineering, Second Team
  • LB Cort Dennison, So. Honorable Mention
  • PK Erik Folk, So. Honorable Mention
  • OT Cody Habben, Jr. Honorable Mention
  • OG Morgan Rosborough, Sr. Honorable Mention

Athletics

Washington placed ten players on the 2009 Pac-10 All-Conference Team[16]

  • WR Jermaine Kearse, So., Second Team Offense
  • DL Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Sr., Second Team Defense
  • LB Donald Butler, Sr., Second Team Defense
  • WR Devin Aguilar, So. Honorable Mention
  • OLB Mason Foster, Jr. Honorable Mention
  • OG Senio Kelemete, So. Honorable Mention
  • QB Jake Locker, Jr. Honorable Mention
  • TB Chris Polk, Fr. Honorable Mention
  • C Ryan Tolar, Jr. Honorable Mention
  • CB Desmond Trufant, Fr. Honorable Mention

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External links

  • 2009 Media Guide, University of Washington
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