Washington (6-4, 2-4) readies for trip to Tucson where it will face 14th-ranked Arizona (7-2, 4-2) having lost three its last four games. The offense will be without Shaq Thompson, moved back to linebacker, and its most dynamic play-maker, John Ross, moved permanently to defense.
The inexperience in the secondary, coupled with a banged-up offensive line and an ineffective passing game contributed to a lopsided 44-30 loss Saturday evening at Husky Stadium.
From his first day on the job as the University of Washington’s head football coach Chris Petersen made it clear he wants (our kinda guys) in the Husky’s program. With today’s announcement it’s obvious Marcus […]
Shaq Thompson is expected to play heavily on both sides of the ball for the first time all season Saturday. The junior linebacker had 215 all-purpose yards in Washington’s win over Colorado last week.
The University of Washington football program has dismissed junior cornerback Marcus Peters
Washington (4-1, 0-1) last played a road game August 30 in Hawaii. After posting 179 yards and just six points on offense in suffering their first loss to Stanford on September 27, the Huskies come off a bye week with a clear focus on being more productive on offense.
Washington (3-0) welcomes in Georgia State (1-2) from the Sun Belt Conference Saturday looking to fine tune its game one week prior to the opening of Pac-12 Conference play.
Cyler Miles was 15 of 20 passing for 191 yards and added another 55 yards rushing in the Huskies win.
Huskies head football coach Chris Petersen has instituted change across all levels of the Washington football program since his hire in December. One such change has been a more stern player conduct policy. Petersen’s suspension of junior cornerback Marcus Peters for his sideline tantrum in the game against Eastern Washington was his eighth discipline in nine months.
After nearly nine months since accepting the head coaching job at the University of Washington, Chris Petersen will make his debut coaching a team other than Boise State for the first time in 13 years. Despite it all, Petersen looks at it like he does any other season opener.