The Huskies enter the game with a shot at nine victories for the first time in 13 years — the 2001 Rose Bowl Champions (2000 season), led by Marques Tuiasosopo, who will coach the Dawgs in their fourth straight bowl appearance.
Returning to the practice field for the Washington Huskies, felt better than usual, Friday. The focus for the football team transitions to finishing the season strong, reaching a pedestal that hasn’t been attained in over a decade and sending the senior class off on a positive note.
UCLA (7-2, 4-2) is a program that head coach Jim Mora is trying to resurrect from the ashes. The Bruins are a team chock full of young, athletic and supremely talented players.
There is one month left in the regular season for Washington and the importance of how they finish this season hasn’t been lost on anyone. This was supposed to be the Huskies’ breakthrough season, one in which they overcame the mediocrity of 7-6 campaigns that the program has been mired in for the last three years.
It was as ugly as the 53-24 final score indicated. For the tenth consecutive season, the Washington Huskies football team has lost three consecutive games during the course of the year, thanks to its blowout […]
The call was heartbreaking, especially after the fight the team showed for 58 minutes to give itself an opportunity to win.
Through a rain-soaked evening in Seattle, the Huskies came through with another outstanding performance to emerge with a 31-13 win and their first 4-0 start since 2001.
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