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- Go Huskies profiles Husky center Nick Harris, who was told by several coaches that he was too short to play offensive line even at the FCS level.
- Kyle Gehler from The Daily examines the Huskies’ offensive woes since Myles Gaskin went down with injury.
- The Daily’s Alex Dietz says this week’s game is a bounceback opportunity for both UW and Stanford.
- Also from The Daily, Christoher Angkico’s notebook breaks down the matchup between UW’s secondary and the Stanford passing game.
- Lauren Kirschman from The News Tribune looks at the UW offense and its lack of explosive plays.
Dawgman gameweek content:
- Chris Petersen Thursday with the media
- By The Numbers
- Matt Lubick on wide receiver depth
- Bush Hamdan on offensive woes
Home sweet home:
Record at Home Since 2016:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) November 1, 2018
1. Washington (17-1)
2. USC (16-1)
3. WSU (16-2)
4. Stanford (13-4)
5. Colorado (12-4)
6. Oregon (13-5)
7. ASU (12-5)
8. Cal (11-6)
8. Utah (11-6)
10. UCLA (10-7)
11. Arizona (10-8)
12. OSU (6-11)
- Dawgman Radio breaks down the Huskies’ sloppy win over SPU.
14 turnovers, three assists between Crisp, Thybulle, Nowell, and Carter:
Watch Mike Hopkins’s post game press conference:
Men’s soccer wins third straight, improves to 11-7.
Can’t we just do this again??