- Check out Mike Vorel’s game notes from Saturday’s come from behind win over Utah.
- Always worth reading, the Atheltic’s ($ubscription) Christian Caple has 21 final thoughts from the game, including a breakdown of Washington’s game wining final drive.
- From Dawgman, ZTF had another dominate performance and is racking up awards.
After completing a 24-21 comeback victory over Utah on Saturday night, UW was ranked No. 23 nationally in Sunday's Associated Press top-25 poll. https://t.co/oo0q0y8C86— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) November 30, 2020
- Not that is matters, but so far only ESPN has Washington ranked over Oregon as the second highest rated team in the Pac-12 (behind USC). Stay tuned for Tuesday’s CFP rankings release. That’s the only one that matters. The rest are all just for funsies.
- As far as next week’s game against Stanford goes, here’s the latest update we have:
Also worth repeating: Stanford tests players 8-9x per week and has not had a positive since July.— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) November 30, 2020
One reason why y'all should expect UW to run the ball more effectively against Stanford than Utah:— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) November 30, 2020
Rushing defense (Pac-12)
1st: Utah (90.5 rushing YPG)
Last: Stanford (229 YPG)
Opponent yards per carry (Pac-12)
1st: Utah (3.18)
11th: Stanford (5.73)
- Via the Seattle Times, Jon Wilner writes how the college football playoff is now out of reach for the Pac-12 and why it matters.
PFF’s Highest Graded Pac-12 CBS:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) November 30, 2020
1. Elijah Molden (UW)
2. Trent McDuffie (UW)
3. Jay Shaw (UCLA)
4. Nahshon Wright (OSU)
Washington LB Edefuan Ulofoshio is the highest graded P5 Linebacker in the country with over 100 snaps played.— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) November 30, 2020
Ulofoshio was a walk-on out of high school. His only scholarship offers were NAU and Robert Morris.
To now be the #1 P5 linebacker... that’s remarkable
Updated Top-Graded Pac-12 OTs per @PFF— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) November 30, 2020
85.7—Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC
80.8—Victor Curne, Washington
78.0—Sean Rhyan, UCLA
78.0—Jaxson Kirkland, Washington
77.8—William Sherman, Colorado
77.4 - Alec Anderson, UCLA
73.9—Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon
73.5—Joshua Gray, OSU
FIVE-STAR COUNTDOWN— Rivals (@Rivals) November 30, 2020
Coming in at No. 16 is Washington (@UWDawgReport) QB commit Sam Huard @samhuard11
“The smooth lefty is as accurate as you’ll find at the quarterback position”
See the full list of updating five-stars: https://t.co/dkluuMR7ql pic.twitter.com/bdBsYw4AJh
- Incase you weren’t aware, the college basketball season has officially started and the Huskies were blown out in their season opener by No. 2 Baylor.
Final from Vegas vs. No. 2 Baylor. pic.twitter.com/B0t2Ae63TS— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) November 30, 2020
Don't be surprised if Washington announces a hoops game vs UC Riverside for tomorrow afternoon in Las Vegas (Huskies are in Vegas currently)— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) November 30, 2020
If Huskies do end up playing UC Riverside tomorrow, the Highlanders are currently 213th at Kenpom with a 6-point loss at Pacific on their resume. Some legitimate bigs though with transfers at PF/C from Wazzu, TCU, and Saint Mary's.— Max Vrooman (@UWDP_maxvroom) November 30, 2020