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November 30, 2009 at 9:33 AM

2010 schedule taking shape

The Pac-10 is expected soon to announce the 2010 schedule for the entire conference. Here’s what I think it will look like for the Huskies:
Sept. 4 — at BYU
Sept. 11 — Syracuse
Sept. 18 — Nebraska
Sept. 25 — Bye week
Oct. 2 — at USC
Oct. 9 — Arizona State
Oct. 16 — Oregon State
Oct. 23 — at Arizona
Oct. 30 — Stanford
Nov. 6 — at Oregon
Nov. 13 — UCLA
Nov. 20 — Bye week
Nov. 27 — at Cal
Dec. 4 — at Washington State
I may save a real big analysis of it until we get official word that this is it, but much of this has already been confirmed, such as the WSU game switching to Dec. 4 and the non-conference games, and that none of the home games is moving. The changes here are in a couple of the road games, moving the WSU game from Nov. 20 to Dec. 4, and the Cal game from Sept. 25 to Nov. 27.
Those changes help the Huskies get two byes, and also spreads the byes out, giving them one in late September and another in November. The original schedule called for 12 games in 12 weeks, which the coaches don’t want, thinking it’s too hard physically on the players.
You also see that the schedule is again front-loaded with home games — four of the first six at home — meaning a good start will be essential to getting the six or seven wins necessary for a bowl game, with four of the last six, three of the last four and the last two on the road.

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