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October 8, 2014 at 11:37 AM

Video: UW’s Brent Pease and John Ross preview matchup with Cal

When Washington plays California 3 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the Huskies will face the worst passing defense in the nation that allows 427.8 yards per game. The Golden Bears also surrendered a NCAA record 734 yards last week to Washington State quarterback Connor Holliday.

That’s good news for UW.

However, the Huskies enter the game with the worst passing offense in the Pac-12 that averages 162.6 yards per game. Washington also ranks 112th nationally among 128 teams. Cyler Miles’ 155.8 passing yards per game ranks 98th nationally and 12th in the Pac-12.

Here’s videos of the Huskies talking about Saturday’s matchup.

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Receivers coach Brent Pease

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Receiver John Ross

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