- The Pac-12 Networks has a recap of Saturday's game, as well as some postgame interviews.
- UWTV has video of Chris Petersen's press conference. Meanwhile, Christian Caple delivers footage of Hau'oli Kikaha, John Timu and Colin Tanigawa's media appearances earlier today, as well as a transcript of Coach Pete's remarks.
- Check out the game stories from Adam Jude, Caple, and Mason Kelley.
- Chris Fetters talks about the shot of adrenaline that Shaq Thompson's presence provides the offense, Caple highlights Dante Pettis' breakout game, and Kelley zooms in on Kendyl Taylor's touchdown catch.
- GoHuskies has the game notes for Saturday's contest against the Bruins.
- Washington hovers at No. 8 in the ESPN Pac-12 power rankings.
- If there's a player that deserves the Heisman more than Shaq Thompson, Chris Petersen hasn't met him yet. Chuck Culpepper at the Washington Post thinks that Shaq deserves a legitimate look by the award's voters, too.
- Shaq might not be UW's only two way star, as John Ross is reportedly taking reps at cornerback to help bolster the position's thin depth.
- Thompson and Dante Pettis are both candidates for the Pac-12 Blog's Play of the Week poll.
- Jess Callier takes a big step, literally and figuratively.
- I don't know what to say about this stat, other than to offer an obligatory "wow."
Randomness: Washington's defense has scored more TDs in 2014 (7) than SMU's offense (5).— CollegeFootballTalk (@CFTalk) November 4, 2014
- Chantel Jennings takes the high road.
To the man who sent the insulting email after I predicted UW would beat Colorado by 17: 15 isn't far from 17. P.S. Girls rule, boys drool.— Chantel Jennings (@ChantelJennings) November 3, 2014
Wrapping up Saturday's road win against the Buffaloes, and preparing for the upcoming game against the UCLA Bruins.