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“There’s nothing more special than the Rose Bowl”
- Lauren Kirschman from The News Tribune talked to UW offensive coordinator Bush Hamdan about the OSU defense, their tendency for giving up big plays, and all things trickery.
- How will you remember Jake Browning? Adam Jude talked to Jen Cohen and Myles Gaskin about him. Let’s just say they’re both big fans.
- Browning answered questions on the Rose Bowl, his relationship with Gaskin & his fear of heights in an interview recorded before the team left for So Cal.
“Jakelash” —Washington QB Jake Browning’s own term for Huskies fans who he thinks are tired of him after 4 years as the starter. “Sucks for them, ‘cause I’m still here.” pic.twitter.com/n9c7uIfvxy— Greg Beacham (@gregbeacham) December 27, 2018
A remarkable career:
One of the most mind-blowing career achievement stats no one’s talking about:— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) December 28, 2018
With 53 yards at the @rosebowlgame, @UW_Football’s Myles Gaskin would join Ron Dayne as the ONLY MAJOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYERS EVER to compile four 1,200-yard seasons.
Absolutely remarkable. @ESPNCFB pic.twitter.com/yyoyEBEfbz
If Myles Gaskin rushes for 100 yds in the @rosebowlgame, he will finish with THE 11TH MOST RUSHING YARDS IN THE HISTORY OF MAJOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL, according to official @NCAAStats.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) December 28, 2018
He's already passed Archie Griffin. Herschel Walker and LaDanian Tomlinson are next. pic.twitter.com/jky2R2NiyO
Byron Murphy allowed 25 receptions on 48 targets:
Ohio State CB Shaun Wade allowed fewer than 50% of the passes thrown his way to be caught in 2018 pic.twitter.com/TuJAzOITO1— PFF College (@PFF_College) December 28, 2018
It’s been way too long since there was a purple and gold “Washington” in the endzone at the Rose Bowl:
2001 Rose Bowl