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Analyzing the football team with advanced metrics, comparing the cost of tickets to Husky Stadium against other college programs, and the athletic department reveals its football teaser.

Marcus Peters is the only established piece of a Washington secondary that needs to prove itself equal to the rest of the defense's skill and experience.
Marcus Peters is the only established piece of a Washington secondary that needs to prove itself equal to the rest of the defense's skill and experience.
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Happy Friday. If you haven't yet seen the video of Stuart Scott accepting the Jimmy V Award at Wednesday's ESPYs, take a few minutes to do so. I promise it'll be worth your time.
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Question of the Day

In Bill Connelley's preview of Washington, he writes:

Washington played its two worst games of the season against two of its best opponents, Oregon and Arizona State. If the same thing happens this fall, we could be talking about another mid-season funk, as the Huskies play Stanford, Oregon, and Arizona State in a four-game span, then host UCLA two weeks after ASU.