It’s not that on-field success doesn’t matter, per se; that’d be an oversimplification. But this class’ belief in the stability of UW’s program pulverizes any enduring doubt.
It was a disaster waiting to happen, one that would have been the most devastating blow in a season that has seen the Huskies’ hopes and dreams slip away, one by one.
On Friday, that defense held Oregon State — which ripped off 56 points and 572 total yards against Arizona the week before — to 115 total yards and forced nine punts.
Oregon State coach Jonathan Smith’s insights as a former assistant at Washington didn’t help the Beavers get the win last season when they faced the Huskies in Seattle.
The Washington Huskies have a depth problem in the middle of their defense.
Tyler Huntley threw for one touchdown and ran for another, Jaylon Johnson returned an interception 39 yards for a score, and No. 9 Utah overcame an 11-point first-half deficit rallying for a 33-28 win over Washington.
For a change, the burden and expectations are heaped on No. 9 Utah.
The most indelible moment in the unrelenting sibling rivalry between Samson and Puka Nacua took place in the middle of a football field at Orem High School on Sept. 25, 2015.
Justin Herbert throws for 4 touchdowns, No. 12 Oregon rallies to beat No. 25 Washington 35-31.
No. 12 Oregon can potentially put the Pac-12 North race to bed with a victory over No. 25 Washington on Saturday.
On Oct. 13, 2018, Trey Adams wasn’t hunting ducks.
The Seattle Times reported on Aug. 31 that Ty Jones — a 6-foot-4, 213-pound junior wide receiver — would likely miss the majority of the 2019 season with a dislocated lunate bone and torn ligaments in his right wrist. Indeed, the Provo, Utah, product has not appeared in Washington’s first seven games this season, though head coach Chris Petersen said he has been practicing fully for several weeks.