- The Pac-12 Networks has the highlights from Washington's loss to Arizona State.
- Check out the game stories from Adam Jude, Christian Caple, Mason Kelly and Chris Fetters. Percy Allen has more on Troy's rough starting debut.
- Post-game video interviews, courtesy of your friendly neighborhood beat writers.
- Here's the audio from Petersen's press conference earlier today, and check out the game notes for Washington's upcoming game against the Buffaloes.
- Jude writes about the steps the Huskies are taking to keep the program's recent struggles from snowballing out of control.
- The Dawgs remain in the eight-hole in the ESPN Pac-12 Blog's power rankings, and KG is surprised at the reaction he's seen from Husky fans.
You know it's a weird year when UW fans complain that I'm giving them TOO MUCH respect. This week's power rankings: http://t.co/PZ6qgOYz2h— Kevin Gemmell (@Kevin_Gemmell) October 26, 2014
- Deontae Cooper and DiAndre Campbell also spoke to the media today about this weekend's matchup against Colorado.
- Shaq and Hau'oli are finalists for the Butkus Award.
- David Lombardi says that taking down Washington is probably Colorado's best chance for a Pac-12 victory this year.
- This is an eye-opener: The last ranked team that Washington beat was Chris Petersen's Boise State Broncos in the 2013 season opener.
- Starting next year, the Pac-12 will require its institutions to offer four-year scholarships to their student athletes, a momentous shift from the year-to-year model that is currently adopted by most schools across the country.
- That run of good luck was bound to end at some point: 2016 point guard Jermaine Haley has gone back on his commitment to play for Lorenzo Romar and the Huskies.
2016 PG Jermaine Haley has de-committed from #Washington, per his AAU coach. Said Haley needs to consider all options, focus on academics.— Marshall Cherrington (@MWCherrington) October 27, 2014
- Cassie Strickland is a boss.
Recapping Chris Petersen's first losing streak since the Bush 43 administration, and looking ahead to the Buffs.