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 welcome sight of Kikaha and Thompson will help the Huskies cope with the loss of top cornerback Marcus Peters
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.
Washington (6-4, 2-4 Pac-12) started three freshmen and a sophomore in their suddenly depleted secondary
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.
Thompson ran for 174 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries against Colorado
Linebacker-turned-tailback Shaq Thompson can’t wait to get back to doing what he does best
As a head coach, Chris Petersen has never lost three straight games
The last thing the slumping Huskies needed was a stormy night and swirling wind making it even more difficult to find a spark against No. 14 Arizona State
By Anthony Dion The surprise came just over a year ago. Riding a two-game losing streak after consecutive games against Pac-12 North rivals Stanford and Oregon, each ranked in the top 10, the Huskies traveled […]