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Coming off their first loss of the season, the Huskies enter their bye week at 4-1 overall and 0-1 in the Pac-12. Saturday’s 20-13 loss to No. 16 Stanford raised some significant questions about the UW offense, which managed just 6 points and 179 yards.
After four consecutive home games, the Huskies will play at Cal on Oct. 11. The Bears defeated Colorado 59-56 on Saturday in a wild double-overtime game.
Scheduling note: UW coach Chris Petersen will hold his usual press conference on Monday afternoon. The Huskies will practice again Wednesday, after which will be the only other media availability of the week.
- Jerry Brewer: UW’s offense was a bust, but so were Chris Petersen‘s late calls.
- Sidebar: UW defense comes up big.
- Notebook: Marcus Peters sits early, then shines for UW defense.
- UW’s offensive struggles are really alarming.
- Petersen was desperate to find some new life for the offense.
- The Huskies are not ready for prime time.
- Shaq Thompson has the ‘it’ factor.
- Stanford’s defense can be even better this season.
- Stanford’s defense played well enough to overcome its offenses mistakes.
- Bud Withers: The Cougars stunned Utah, 28-27.
- Nice read from Bob Condotta on Keith Price’s journey to the CFL.
- USC used a rumble-and-tumble approach to pound Oregon State.
- Alabama is up to No. 1 in the coaches’ poll.
- A look at who’s up, who’s down around college football.