- The Pac-12 officially began to cannibalize itself last night, and we've entered bizarro-world.
True tweet: the winner of Saturday's Cal-Washington State game will be in first place in the Pac-12 North.— Mike Curto (@CurtoWorld) October 3, 2014
- Washington's defense has three players on Todd McShay's latest big board.
- Christian Caple wrote about what the coaches are using the bye week to accomplish.
- Shaq Thompson is a recipient of the week five Paul Hornung Award.
- GoHuskies.com published a great photo gallery from Saturday's game against Stanford.
- Here's a cool Throwback Thursday tweet for you.
#Huskies center Bill Bates poses for a photo in the late 1920s. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday pic.twitter.com/KueKTpyE8C— UW Football (@UW_Football) October 2, 2014
- Jonathan Tjarks has a thoughtful piece on why the future of American football is at the collegiate level, not the NFL.
The Dawgs use the bye week to recruit, and the Pac-12 starts to show its parity.