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Washington moves on from USC to face a reeling Stanford team on the road with a very different offensive philosophy

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 03 Stanford at Washington Photo by Jesse Beals/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

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Football Dots

  • For those that missed it, here’s a replay of Coach Petersen’s press conference from yesterday
  • The Washington defense: still pretty good
  • UW commit Myles Murao beat the doctors’ expectations in returning from a broken fibula and is back to his usual excellent self in his senior season at Mater Dei.
  • 247’s Blair Angulo caught up with elite 2021 TE target Maliki Matavao about his visit to Washington this weekend.
  • He also spoke with 2022 WR Germie Bernard who also visited Seattle on Saturday and earned an offer in the process.
  • The state of California signed into law a bill that makes it legal to have college athletes get paid for use of their name and likeness in a challenge to the NCAA model. Our own Chris Landon posted his thoughts.
  • The Pac-12 is understandably unhappy at the possibility that the NCAA will bar 13 of its membership from postseason competition.

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