- CBS calls out the Huskies as underrated at #22 in the most recent College Football Playoff rankings.
- The now homeless Stanford football program is officially in town for the rest of the week and spent at least one day practicing on campus before planning to move to high school fields until gameday.
- PFF has the Washington offensive line ranked 16th in the country despite 0 players returning to the same spot they were in a year ago.
- This article is tongue in cheek but how about a future where Mario Cristobal leaves for Texas, Oregon hires Bryan Harsin away from Boise State, and Chris Petersen returns to the blue field?
- Tony Castricone has the links to last night’s Coaches Show with Jimmy Lake as well as the media interviews with Sean McGrew and Henry Bainivalu.
- The Huskies got a new preferred walk-on commitment from a kicker in the class of 2021. North was offered by Washington last week and didn’t waste much time.
UPDATED WEEK 14 SP+ PICKS— Bill Connelly (@ESPN_BillC) December 3, 2020
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- The Huskies open conference play tonight (this afternoon?) when they take on Utah at 3p PT on Pac-12 Network. You can find my preview for the game here. I would imagine it’s been a long time if ever that the Huskies have played consecutive weekday games during the work day that weren’t on a holiday weekend.
Conference play starts— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) December 2, 2020
Washington will face Utah on the road in the Pac-12 opener this Thursday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. PT on the @Pac12Network.
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- If the only enjoyment you can get from basketball so far is schadenfreude, Oregon’s starting PG Will Richardson is out for 6 weeks and the Ducks lost their season opener against Missouri.
- Meanwhile the Husky women will start conference play on Friday