Chris Polk, who last week went over 1,000 yards for the third time in his career, gets this nod for best Washington RB of all-time.
Washington running back Chris Polk had 144 yards rushing and 100 receiving in a 42-31 win over Arizona.
Washington running back Chris Polk and the rest of the backfield have been drawing rave reviews all spring. Recently Polk drew the praise of middle linebacker Cort Dennison when he said "He was already hard enough to bring down in the fall last year. I think with more lower body strength he’s just going to be a nightmare for defenses." Deontae Cooper is finally healthy and coach Steve Sarkisian says "We need to continue to develop big-play guys and I definitely think (Cooper) can be one of them."
With what is a big boost for a program that says goodbye to Jake Locker, Washington running back Chris Polk has decided to forgo the NFL Draft and return for his redshirt junior season.
You are raised to always listen to your mother, but it has yet to be determined if Washington running back Chris Polk will heed her advice. Polk's mother has commented on his leaving for the NFL by saying "Right now, our focus is on school. I think he needs to stay in school for one more year."
Washington looked more like Nebraska than the Cornhuskers did as they rolled up 268 rushing yards in the Holiday Bowl. The Huskies' ground attack was led by Chris Polk who ran the ball 34 times for 177 yards and a touchdown.
Washington running back Chris Polk set career-highs with 29 carries, 284 rushing yards, and two rushing touchdowns in the win at Washington State. It was his fifth 100 yard game of the season.
Washington running back Chris Polk set career-highs with 26 carries and 138 rushing yards in the win over UCLA. He scored his fifth touchdown of the season on a two-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Washington running back Chris Polk sat out Wednesday's practice in order to get some rest and give some younger backs some reps.
Washington running back Chris Polk had 17 carries for 76 yards in the loss at Oregon.
Washington running back Chris Polk had 13 carries for a season-low 17 yards in the loss to Stanford.
Washington running back Chris Polk had 14 carries for 65 yards and a touchdown in the loss at Arizona. He added two catches for 18 yards.
Washington coach Steve Sarkisian told The Seattle Times that running back Chris Polk gained 74 of his 105 yards against Oregon State after he had been hit, a sure sign that the junior is running with a purpose.
Washington running back Chris Polk had a season-high 25 carries for 105 yards in the double overtime win over Oregon State. He added two catches for 29 yards. It was his third 100 yard game of the season.