Posted October 04, 2013 on washington.scout.com
The Huskies sit at 4-0 (1-0 in conference play) as they head south to Palo Alto to take on the #5 team in the country, the Stanford Cardinal. Last Saturday Stanford looked impressive in mauling what had looked previously like a decent WSU team. How will the Huskies fare in this difficult road contest? Here is what the staff thinks. Kickoff is at 7:00PM.
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