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- Lauren Kirschman of The News Tribune writes that Chris Petersen knew that his former player and assistant Justin Wilcox would be successful, no matter what he decided to do.
- Bear Insider previews the Huskies, calling them stout, savvy, and experienced.
- The Associated Press has a quick look at Saturday’s game, saying the key matchup will be Jake Browning vs. the Cal defensive line.
- Cal beat writers give their takes on the Golden Bear squad heading into the game against the Huskies.
Recipe for a grind it out game:
Saturday's game between UW and Cal will feature two of the best defenses in the country at NOT giving up the big play.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) October 26, 2018
See how UW and Cal rate nationally in fewest explosives allowed below: pic.twitter.com/hFil99Yhbn
Three Husky defenders who are playing at a really high level:
This would work for me:
Pac-12 in updated (10/25) Projected Win-Loss* per ESPN’s FPI— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) October 25, 2018
1. Washington, 10-2
2. Utah, 9-3
3. WSU, 9-3
4. Colorado, 8-4
5. Stanford, 8-4
6. Oregon, 8-4
7. USC, 7-5
8. ASU, 5-7
9. Cal, 5-7
10. Arizona, 4-8
11. UCLA, 3-9
12. OSU, 1-11
*Rounded to full games
RECORD WATCH: Washington quarterback Jake Browning is just one victory away from tying the Pac-12 record for career wins.— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) October 25, 2018
-> The current record of 36 is held jointly by Oregon’s Marcus Mariota and Stanford’s Kevin Hogan.
Browning is 35-12 as a starter. pic.twitter.com/4UIh8LUPQa
Dawgman gameweek content:
Excited to see year two under Coach Hopkins:
Men’s soccer improves to 9-7:
Women’s soccer now 2-7 in Pac-12 play:
Ross.. like a Boss: