- 13 starts for Cyler Miles.
- Double digit wins - before the bowl game.
- Hau'oli Kikaha passes Daniel Te'o Nesheim to become UW's all time sacks leader.
- One of Kikaha, Marcus Peters, Shaq Thompson, or Danny Shelton will be an All-American.
- Lear Pilot will chide us for not relying more on metrics like FEI and S&P
- Chris will give up Michelob Ultra and become a Busch man
- Brad and Darin will be forced to give up writing duties at the UWDP as their Eagles tribute band explodes in popularity
- Anthony will take a self-imposed exile from Twitter for a year, saying "been there, done that - what's next?"
- On a more serious note, the Chris Petersen effect will pay immediate dividends as the Huskies - riding a strong running game and the conference's top front 7 on defense - finish 11-3 with a win in the Holiday Bowl despite a season-long battle for the starting QB job between Lindquist & Miles
- Dwayne Washington will have 4+ rushing touchdowns of 40+ yards.
- At least one Husky will end the season a 1st team All-American, but it will not be Shaq Thompson.
- Washington will only lose one game by more than one touchdown.
- The Huskies will never fall lower than #25 in the AP rankings.
- UW will take 2+ kicks/punts to the house while allowing zero return TDs.
- Cyler Miles will start every Pac-12 game.
- Washington's offensive line will rank in the nation's top-15 for sacks allowed.
- Kasen Williams' first game of the season with double-digit catches will come against Cal.
- Jermaine Kelly will get burned by a receiver's double-move that goes for a touchdown exactly one time.
- Either Dwayne Washington or Lavon Coleman will rush for 1,000 yards, and the duo will combine for at least 1,600.
- Budda Baker is a starter day 1 (ok I cheated)
- Huskies Start 6... No screw it 7-0
- Miles starts more games than Lindquist.
- The String of 1000 yard rushers ends. But at least two have 800.
- I will bark exactly 724 times during the Oregon game
- Which happens to equal the number of beers I will drink during the loss the next week to ASU
- Danny Shelton will win some awards
- Marcus Peters becomes a first round pick.
- Holiday Bowl Victory
- Shaq Thompson will have fewer than 10 total touches on offense, but will have both an offensive and defensive touchdown for the season
- Two Husky quarterbacks will throw for over 1,000 yards on the year
- The Huskies will have a first team All-Conference offensive lineman
- Dwayne Washington keeps the string of 1,000-yard rushers alive
- Jaydon Mickens will lead the team in receptions and yards, but not TD's
- A Husky running back or receiver will throw a touchdown pass
- Washington makes it to the CFP
- No Husky receivers break 1,000 yards, but 5 get more that 500 yards
- John Ross takes the first kickoff he gets to the house
- Danny Shelton wins Pac-12 defensive player of the year
- Shaq Thompson has more TDs than sacks and interceptions combined
- The Huskies get back to 10 wins for the first time in nearly 15 years, but it takes a bowl win to do it.
- The defense is the best seen at Washington since Lambright was coaching, especially at home, but the offense has major struggles.
- They win a couple of games that they shouldn't, maybe even compete with Oregon, but also drop a couple of games that they probably shouldn't.
- Washington takes two of three among the Stanford, Oregon and UCLA games
- Budda Baker wins Freshman Defensive Player of the Year award mostly for his play on offense and special teams (am I right, Myles Jack?)
- Shaq Thompson gets five picks and five rushing TDs on the season. One of this picks is of the "Pick-6" variety
- Hau'oli Kikaha registers 14 sacks and passes Daniel Teo-Nesheim as UW's all-time sack leader
- Chris Petersen makes visors cool again as the UW Bookstore can't keep them in stock
- This is the year we beat Oregon. Write it down.
We made our predictions, now you make yours.