Posted January 30, 2013 on
The Arizona Wildcats will visit the Washington Huskies on Thursday night. It is a critical game for Arizona in the race for the Pac-12 crown. Read on to find out more about Washington, including which players to look out for.
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The 2012 Washington Huskies football season saw dramatic depth chart upheaval, for the better and for the worse. Tailback Bishop Sankey came out of nowhere to solidify the running back position as one of the team’s strengths.
But injuries exposed a lack of depth and experience on the offensive line.
Starting all over the field as a freshman, Shaq Thompson did...
The Arizona Wildcats defeated the Washington Huskies 57-53 on the road Thursday night. It was Arizona's first win at Hec Ed Pavilion in over five years. Read on for an analysis of the game.
Washington picked the wrong time to go into a slide.
Losing three straight at any point of the Pac-12 Conference season is concerning. This skid by the Huskies (12-8, 4-3 Pac-12) could be even more damaging because of the schedule that lies ahead, beginning on Thursday night when they host No. 8 Arizona.
It would be one thing if Washington's nosedive came against the elite...