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Second-year Husky coach Jimmy Lake is optimistic about the Pac-12’s position in a constantly evolving college football climate.
An expanded CFP format would not guarantee a bid for the Pac-12 winner.
Incoming QBs will play a key role, but there are plenty of talented additions at other positions.
The release of the Pac-12’s early season kickoff times consumed all the oxygen across the Pac-12 footprint recently, but it was hardly the only significant news to surface at the end of last month.
In the wide world of college football, there are big backs and small backs, goal-line backs and scat backs, third-down backs and home-run hitters who can’t pick up a blitz.
We’re four months from Montana. Or, perhaps more notably, four months and one week from Michigan.
There will be much to celebrate when the Tryon family gathers Thursday in Newcastle. The get-together will double as a send-off, of sorts, for Andrea Tryon’s two children, who will soon head out on their own, off to one to-be-determined corner of the country or another.
Washington outside linebacker Zion Tupuola-Fetui will miss the next six to 10 months after tearing his Achilles tendon in practice.
Edefuan Ulofoshio has climbed three mountains — and he’s hungry for more.
Trey Adams’ football career is over.
Think of Washington’s quarterback competition like a race.