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On Saturday the Washington Huskies will host the Colorado Buffaloes in a match-up of two schools from the Pac-12.
Washington (5-3) will be looking to climb back into discussion for the top 25 with a win over Colorado. (3-5)
Coverage of the game between Colorado and Washington will air on the Pac-12 Network beginning at 8:00 pm ET from Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA.
The Odds: the Washington Huskies are a 28 point favorite against the Colorado Buffaloes. The over/under for this game is 60.5 total point.
Will Washington take advantage of an over-matched Colorado team?
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The biggest trend in college football uniforms over the past week has to be American flag-themed helmets. The Washington Huskies are joining the craze, and will be sporting white helmets with a flag-themed “W” on the side when they take on Colorado this weekend:
You can catch the game on the Pac-12 Network at 8:00 PM EST.
The Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball team fell to No. 25 Baylor on Friday night after allowing the Bears to accumulate a lead that the Buffs couldn't shake. Colorado will return to Boulder on Sunday for their home opener against UT Martin.
SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies were apparently in a hurry. They had a date with bowl eligibility they didn't want to be late to and another game to think about in six days so they had no time to really bask in the glow of a 59-7 throttling over Colorado Saturday night at Husky Stadium. The 24 Hour rule lasted about 24 minutes.
SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies (5-3, 2-3) have a chance to level their Pac-12 record Saturday at 5 pm at Husky Stadium when they host the Colorado Buffaloes (3-5, 0-5). Follow everything that happens in the game right here in the game day blog!
By-The-Numbers is back, and we hate bye weeks! It feels like infinity since the Huskies played a game, and if you are a fan that picks wins and losses strictly based on the numbers, the Colorado Buffaloes may be waiting longer than infinity before winning a Pac-12 game. The goal is to get all the blue numbers on your side, and UW does that this week - leaving the Buffs feeling black AND blue.