“I think we’ll be better Saturday. There are some little tweaks that we are going to make that will make us even faster and more efficient.”
Head coach Steve Sarkisian said the bye week has worked perfectly because the team has had time to correct issues that arose with their faster offense in the opener as well as tackling issues.
A rematch of the 2012 Las Vegas Bowl gets underway on Saturday night as the Washington Huskies host the 19th-ranked Bosie State Broncos at the newly-remolded Husky Stadium.
As the Football team moves back into renovated Husky Stadium, just a winning record and bowl trip are no longer good enough.
It’s just the first week of March but the Washington Huskies head football coach is already thinking about the last day in August. That’s when Steve Sarkisian’s squad christens a brand spanking new Husky Stadium against Boise State. It also launches the 5th, and arguably the most important season of “Sark’s” tenure. Expectations have never been greater.
Keith Price threw a career-best five touchdown passes and Washington overcame a slow start to whip hapless Colorado 38-3 on Saturday for the Huskies’ fourth straight win.
Keith Price and Washington’s offense finally broke out, with the quarterback throwing for two touchdowns and running for another, and Washington become bowl eligible for the third straight season with a 34-15 win over Utah on Saturday night.
The Huskies took advantage of four interceptions from Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion in a 20-17 upset of the seventh-ranked Beavers on Saturday night.
Washington’s offensive line has been decimated by injuries and quarterback Keith Price continued to struggle last week at Arizona when he committed three turnovers, raising his total to 10 over the past three games.
Huskies quarterback Keith Price committed three turnovers in the fourth quarter to short-circuit Washington’s attempts to rally from a 17-point deficit, and No. 11 USC held on for a 24-14 win over the Huskies on Saturday.