Washington’s 37-13 win over Oregon State last Saturday gave the Huskies (7-5, 3-5 Pac-12) their seventh victory and likely ensured the Huskies will have one more game no matter the outcome of Saturday night’s matchup with the Cougars.
Washington coach Chris Petersen had barely sat down Monday when he started getting peppered with questions about coaching in his first Apple Cup
The Huskies didn’t have the eye-popping stats of last year’s 69-27 win in Corvallis when they rushed for 530 yards, but they found success with big plays
Washington (6-5, 2-5) hosts Oregon State (5-5, 2-5) in a battle of Pac-12 North division forgottens, hoping to build on its best offensive performance of the season, showed in the disappointing loss to Arizona last Saturday.
The 2014 Washington Husky football season has not gone the way many had envisioned, especially upperclassmen who have been so instrumental in restoring respectability to the program. Saturday night the Dawgs host Oregon State in […]
Despite out-gaining Arizona 504 to 375 in total offense, Washington (6-5, 2-5) lost on a game-winning field goal by Casey Skowron as time expired. The loss was the Huskies third straight and moved the team to 0-5 against ranked opponents in 2014.
It’s Week 12 of the college football season and perhaps the matchup of the year takes place in the SEC.
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.
Washington (6-4, 2-4 Pac-12) started three freshmen and a sophomore in their suddenly depleted secondary