The Washington Huskies won the Pac-12 North. They will watch the Pac-12 championship game on television.
On Saturday evening, the Pac-12 announced that North Division champion Washington will meet South Division champion USC in its conference title game at 5 p.m. on Friday. The game will be played at the Los Angeles Coliseum and be broadcast on FOX.
This is the golden age of conspiracy theories, of course. And it’s only natural, in these fraught times, that they’ve filtered down to sports. (And yes, I know the tin-hat brigade has been around forever, but there’s a mean-spiritedness these days that is both new and troubling.)
They’ll call it an asterisk season, and they’ll be right.
A day after Washington (3-1) paused all team-related football activities due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases within its program, Saturday’s game at Oregon will be canceled and declared a no contest, a source confirmed to The Times. The Pac-12 Conference has yet to officially announce the cancellation.
SEATTLE – University of Washington football has paused all team-related activities due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases within its program, a university release stated Wednesday. The status of Saturday’s game at Oregon remains unclear. The Huskies were to undergo additional PCR testing.
The collection of young tailbacks, including Jarek Broussard and Ty Jordan, is impressive
With 5:20 left in the second quarter on Saturday, University of Washington H-back Jack Westover barreled up the middle for a three-yard gain. The FOX camera then cut to 6-foot-5, 240-pound tight end Cade Otton, who lay on his back after dutifully blocking.
In UW’s 31-26 loss to Stanford on Saturday, the Huskies allowed at least 4.8 yards per carry for the third time in four games this season
Austin Jones rushed for a pair of first-half touchdowns, Davis Mills threw a 3-yard scoring pass to Scooter Harrington early in the second half, and Stanford held off No. 23 Washington’s second-half comeback in a 31-26 victory Saturday.
SEATTLE – When Stanford was in the initial stages of relocating from California to the Pacific Northwest for a couple of weeks, Washington was willing to help and give the Cardinal a place to get settled and practice for at least one night.