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Pac-10 Week 10 Notes and Observations: Washington Huskies

By Dave Consolazio, November 11, 2009 8:03 am

Washington Huskies 3-6 Overall (2-4 Conference)

This Week’s Score: UCLA 24 – Washington 23

Next Week’s Opponent: @Oregon State


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Week 10 Game Matchup: Washington Huskies VS. UCLA Bruins

By Dave Consolazio and Sam Saig, November 7, 2009 4:25 am

Washington Huskies (3-5) vs. UCLA Bruins (3-5)
Saturday, November 7, 1:30 PM PST
Las Vegas Favorite: UCLA -4.0

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Pac-10 Week 5 Notes and Observations: Washington Huskies

By Dave Consolazio, October 8, 2009 4:14 am

Washington Huskies 2-3 Overall (1-1 Conference)

This Week’s Score: Notre Dame 37 – Washington 30 (OT)

Next Week’s Opponent: Arizona


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Pac-10 Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver – Washington Huskies

By Sam Saig, July 24, 2009 9:04 am

There is no doubt that last year was a disaster, but Seattle has every reason to be excited about the direction U-Dub football is heading. Coach Steve Sarkisian brings contagious enthusiasm to the program, and a great offensive mind as well. Junior QB Jake Locker has looked sharper than ever under the guidance of Sark and the rest of the coaching staff, which could allow the offense to make big strides under the new regime.

While Husky fans will need to temper expectations, the skill position talent at UW has intriguing potential.  The receiving corp is littered with gifted underclassmen, and most of them got their feet wet as true freshmen. If the young wideouts can develop more consistency, they will become a dangerous unit for Locker to utilize.

Junior D’Andre Goodwin will be the lead Dawg for the rest of the receivers in 2009. Goodwin is the lone upperclassmen of the unit, and led all UW wideouts last season with 60 receptions for 692 yards and one touchdown, on his way to earning honorable mention All-Pac 10. His 60 catches were the most by a Husky receiver since Reggie Williams caught 89 in 2003.

DAndre Goodwin dives for some extra yards

D'Andre Goodwin dives for some extra yards

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