- The Pac-12 Networks has highlights of yesterday's game, as does ESPN.
- Here are the game stories from Adam Jude, Christian Caple and the UW Department of Athletics.
- Courtesy of Jude and Caple, here are postgame interviews with a handful of coaches and players.
- Jerry Brewer says that Coach Pete finally got the team to fire on all cylinders, John McGrath writes that Shaq Thompson looks every bit the part of a breakout player, and Art Thiel recognizes in Thompson some of the same characteristics that are prevalent in the Seahawks' Legion of Boom.
- Jude offers a handful of brief takeaways from Saturday's performance, and talks about Sidney Jones' quality first start as a true freshman.
- Mason Kelly writes about John Ross and his importance to Washington's 3–0 start.
- Check out this photo gallery from yesterday's game.
- I don't care what you opinion of Rick Neuheisel is—this clip of him watching his son Jerry lead the Bruins in a come-from-behind victory against Texas is a lot of fun to watch.
- After causing some early-season consternation, Washington's defense seems to be coming into its own.
#Washington LB Shaq Thompson scored two defensive TDs vs #Illinois & is the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) September 14, 2014
Washington's Danny Shelton leads the nation with 6 sacks. No. 2? Teammate Hau'oli Kikaha with 5.— Kyle Bonagura (@BonaguraESPN) September 14, 2014
- Trojan Nation got its first taste of Steve Sarkisian's patented road performances last night. Chris Huston wonders if Pat Haden isn't suffering buyer's remorse.
USC could've hired a guy who was 92-12 in his career. Instead, it hired a guy who was 34-29 because he 'understood' USC. This is the result.— Chris Huston (@HeismanPundit) September 14, 2014
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