Believe it or not, Washington won’t be the only top-10 football team taking the field inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sept. 1.
Some of the best news of fall camp for the Washington defense? Senior cornerback Jordan Miller will be back, and back up to speed, when the No. 6 Huskies open against No. 9 Auburn on Sept. 1 in Atlanta.
A look at how the Huskies’ depth chart is shaping up 10 days before the season opener against Auburn.
When Myles Gaskin first arrived at Washington, the outside expectations for the Huskies were very different. They weren’t seen as an overwhelming favorite in the Pac-12.
Once again, Trey Adams is starting to impose himself along the Washington offensive line.
On a cornerback blitz, Kyler Gordon broke free into the backfield, untouched and unseen by anyone on the offense.
Quinten Pounds, who has lost two seasons due to ACL injuries, is back on the practice field for the Washington Huskies, joining fellow receiver Chico McClatcher in comeback attempts.
Alabama coach Nick Saban on Kaho: "As I understand it, he was unable to get into (UW) for academic reasons because of their institutional policies."
The ankle injury that ended Chico McClatcher’s season in the Huskies’ Pac-12 opener against Colorado a year ago – and kept him out of eight games and a bowl appearance – is becoming a distant memory.
The Washington Huskies want more out of Tevis Bartlett, and the senior linebacker believes he’s capable of doing just that.
The Huskies, finally, are whole again. Or something close to whole, anyway. Those players who were struck with season-ending injuries in 2017 made their anticipated return to the field Friday.
The Washington Huskies open fall camp on Friday afternoon with plenty of reasons for optimism. Among them, the Huskies were picked sixth in the preseason coaches’ poll on Thursday. But there are questions looming that will start to be answered over the next month: