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Dots: Win Out or Stay Home

After a 2nd half collapse in Sun Devil stadium on Saturday the Huskies must win their final 2 games to keep their bowl hopes alive. They have a favorable match up this weekend against Oregon State, but face a dangerous Washington State team next week in the Apple Cup.

Cory Littleton saying hello to Mike Bercovici
Cory Littleton saying hello to Mike Bercovici
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Football Dots

  • As always Chris Petersen held his weekly press conference yesterday and Chris Fetters of Dawgman has a transcript and video of the presser. On why Dwayne Washington did not travel with the team to Tempe, Petersen said Washington has a chronic leg issue that flared up last week. Petersen also said Elijah Qualls has been slower than they expected in recovering from his ankle injury, but does hope to have him back before the season ends.
  • Game notes, including a depth chart, for this Saturday's game in Corvallis can be found here. This will be the 100th time the Beavs and Dawgs have collided. Also of note is that Jaydon Mickens has now moved up to the #2 spot in career receptions behind only Reggie Williams.
  • Kick off of the 108th Apple Cup will take place at 12:30 on Black Friday and the game will air on FOX:

  • Paul Myerberg says Washington is the program whose future concerns coaches in the Pac-12 the most:
  • At half time on Saturday the Huskies bowl chances were looking pretty good as they held a 14 point lead over ASU ( and it wasn't even as close as the score indicated) and have a favorable match up this week against the worst team in the conference. And then the 2nd half took place. The AP writes about how Washington no longer has any wiggle room when it comes to post-season play. It's win out or stay home for the Dawgs, something a Chris Petersen-coached team has never done.

Misc. Dots

  • Seriously, if you're not watching the volleyball team this season you're missing out. The VolleyDawgs have now moved up to #2 in the latest AVCA poll behind a USC team they steam rolled last month:

  • The track team had a historic start to the weekend: