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- GoHuskies has a piece on senior cornerback Jordan Miller, who made good on his promise to return from a dislocated ankle and broken fibula.
- Alec Dietz of The Daily writes that BYU will give the Huskies a different look than they have seen this year, but Salvon Ahmed says it’s nothing they aren’t prepared for.
- Brock Huard’s keys to the game include moving BYU’s huge defensive front and discipline on defense against the fly sweeps.
Dawgman gameweek content:
Ball security & keeping things in front of them:
The @UW_Football Huskies have run their last 228 plays without fumbling the football. They are one of just 6 teams in the nation who have fumbled the ball once all season. UCF is the only team which hasn't put the ball on the turf yet this year.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) September 28, 2018
The @UW_Football defense simply HAS NOT given up big plays this year.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) September 27, 2018
- ZERO pass plays of 30+ yds (only team in the nation)
- three pass plays of 20+ yds (T-2nd in nation)
- five total plays of 20+ yds (3rd in nation)#PurpleReign #GoHuskies
- Lauren Kirschman of The New Tribune has this piece on Chris Petersen and how his built for life mantra translates to making it in the NFL.
- A year after the death of former Husky great Daniel Te’o-Neshheim, his family is getting answers to the question “Why?”
- This Washington Post article dives into how to run out the clock at the end of a game, using the Husky/ASU and Oregon/Stanford games as examples.
- Rivals looks at the top remaining 2019 recruiting target for each Pac-12 school, with UW needing to land at DT from Hawaii in their opinion.
Women’s soccer improves to 6-3-1 with shutout of Oregon St: