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- Our friends over at Conquest Chronicles preview the game with three key Washington players.
- They also have a more in depth preview here.
- Cannot wait to see Jalen in the Purple and Gold!
- Speaking of Jalen McMillan and recruiting, UW and USC are running into each other on the California recruiting trail more than ever. For USC, fending off the Huskies is only part of the problem.
- Christian Caple has a profile on Sean McGrew, with 12 things you need to know about the Huskies running back.
- Mike Vorel has his feature on the Huskies 5-7 Husky running back.
- Dawgman has their UW - USC game preview.
- USC also might be without their leading tackler, Talanoa Hufunga, who is dealing with an injury after this 14 tackle performance against Utah.
- The Daily UW looks back at Washington’s 2009 upset over USC.
- Don’t expect “another” win against Washington writes LA Sports Hub.
- Let’s get this closer to 100%, what do you say?
Average Home Football Attendance by Percentage of Capacity thru Week 4— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) September 25, 2019
1. Colorado, 102%
2. Utah, 100%
3. Washington, 95%
4. Oregon, 93%
5. WSU, 89%
6. ASU, 80%
7. OSU, 76%
9. USC, 75%
10. Arizona, 70%
11. Cal, 64%
12. UCLA, 56%
- Class started this week at UW:
- Hoping for a repeat performance of this on Saturday:
- It didn’t get much attention, but a couple days ago was the 25th anniversary of the Whammy in Miami game. Perhaps even more famous than the “All I Saw Was Purple” game. Shoutout to HFP and The Ms. T for reminding us!
Today is 25th Anniversary of the Whammy in Miami.— HuskyFanPodcast (@HuskyFanPodcast) September 24, 2019
One of the greatest wins ever in Husky History.
25 years ago today, the Washington Huskies stunned the Miami Hurricanes 38-20. The loss ended Miami's NCAA record 58 game home win streak.— The Ms T (@6OnTheWay) September 25, 2019