The South division of the Pac-12 is loaded with talent, whoever emerges could punch their ticket to the playoff.
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Washington (4-1, 0-1 Pac-12) missed its chance at a 5-0 start and a validating victory after four games where it was difficult to get a read on what kind of team the Huskies were. There seems to be fewer questions about Washington’s defense after it forced three turnovers against Stanford — including Shaq Thompson’s forced fumble and 32-yard return for a tying touchdown in the second quarter.
Rutgers’ debut as a member of the Big Ten Conference will likely be Washington State’s farewell to Seattle. The Cougars open the season with their annual game at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field on Thursday night, hosting the Scarlet Knights in their first game after leaving the American Athletic Conference to join the Big Ten.
The $1.2 billion Levi’s stadium, which is located about 45 miles south of San Francisco, is opening this fall
(1090 The Fan) — Former University of Washington head football coach Steve Sarkisian has moved on to Southern California to coach his hometown Trojans. Sarkisian joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Friday and covered several topics […]
Jason A. Churchill makes his picks for the college and NFL weekend ahead.
The undefeated Washington Huskies head to the Bay Area this weekend looking to remain unbeaten. It will not be easy. Their opposition is the also-undefeated No. 5 Stanford Cardinal, who placed quite the beating on […]
Washington has suspended star tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins indefinitely following his weekend arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence.
The eighth-ranked Stanford Cardinal (3-0, 1-0 Pac-12) head out on the road for the first time in 2012 on Thursday night when they travel to Seattle looking to keep on running over the Huskies like they did a year ago when Stanford set a school record with 446 yards rushing in the 65-21 victory.