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Washington has fired offensive coordinator Bush Hamdan after a season during which the Huskies’ offense failed to meet expectations.
The call came on Saturday afternoon, sometime in the middle of Auburn-Alabama if Jimmy Lake recalls correctly.
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.
At least for now. The Huskies will head into their vital showdown with Oregon on Saturday believing – with evidence to back it up this time – that they can indeed be a fully-functioning offense.
Here are three things we learned from Washington’s convincing 52-20 win over Hawaii.
EWU beat writer Ryan Collingwood predicts Saturday’s Big Sky Conference football games.
In his senior season at Archbishop Murphy High School, Kyler Gordon piled up 841 receiving yards, 517 rushing yards, an 88-yard touchdown pass, 44 tackles and five interceptions.
We know Salvon Ahmed can do everything. But can he do it every week?
The second half of the Rose Bowl showed No. 9 Washington is more than capable of competing with the top programs in college football. Unfortunately for the Huskies, another slow start against a marquee nonconference opponent proved to be the difference in their 28-23 loss to No. 5 Ohio State on Tuesday.
Dwayne Haskins passed for 251 yards and three touchdowns, and Urban Meyer finished his coaching career at Ohio State with a 28-23 victory after the Buckeyes held off Washington’s thrilling fourth-quarter comeback in the 105th Rose Bowl on Tuesday.
Jake Browning was angry and probably had every right to be. After four seasons as Washington’s starting quarterback, the last thing Browning expected was to be benched because of the Huskies’ offensive woes. Instead of letting the benching a week ago against California fester, Browning responded as Washington hoped, throwing one touchdown and running for another in the Huskies’ 27-23 victory over Stanford on Saturday.
Washington coach Chris Petersen says indications are that left tackle Trey Adams intends to return for a fifth season after missing most of this one because of a back injury.
Chris Petersen tried to make it clear Monday that his decision to bench quarterback Jake Browning during Washington’s loss to California was an attempt to spark the Huskies’ sluggish offense and not an indictment of his fourth-year senior quarterback.
Jake Browning completed 23 of 25 passes for 277 yards and one touchdown, and No. 11 Washington was thoroughly dominant on both sides of the ball in a 35-7 rout of No. 20 BYU on Saturday night.
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.
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.
John Ross got up to top speed, ran past a defender and caught Andy Dalton’s long pass in stride, drawing an ovation from the approximately 950 fans watching the first practice of Bengals camp. A day later, he made another impressive catch on a deep throw and heard more applause.
Jake Haener is the one quarterback on the Washington roster who didn’t come in with a can’t-miss recruiting profile.
Trace McSorley threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns, Saquon Barkley ran for two more scores and No. 9 Penn State outlasted No. 12 Washington 35-28 in the Fiesta Bowl on Saturday.
Tristan Vizcaino hit a 38-yard field goal as time expired and No. 16 Washington scored 10 points in the final 58 seconds to stun Utah 33-30 on Saturday night.