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 […]
The good news for the Washington Huskies is that the top two running backs on the depth chart seem to be on the right track to play Saturday, despite suffering injuries in a blowout loss at Oregon.
The bad news? There is no time for a letdown with No. 14 Arizona State visiting
Former Seahawks safety and Huskies star Lawyer Milloy talked about both of his local affiliations, including the Dawgs’ chances of ending a long losing streak to the Ducks.
Washington (5-1, 1-1) heads to Autzen Stadium Saturday for a showdown with the Ducks, a team that has won the last 10 meetings between the two schools by a minimum of 17 points.
It’s Week 7 of the college football season with a truck load of intriguing matchups.
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 (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.
Washington (4-0) opens Pac-12 conference play against Stanford (2-1, 0-1), a perennial powerhouse with a senior quarterback in Kevin Hogan and one of the best offensive lines in the country.
The Washington Huskies needed a second half surge to overcome a 14-point halftime deficit to earn a 45-14 victory over Georgia State on Saturday afternoon