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The Washington Huskies and Stanford Cardinal will meet on Saturday in a match-up of two undefeated Pac-12 teams.
No. 15 Washington and No. 5 Stanford will each be looking to go 5-0 with a win.
Coverage of the game between Washington and Stanford will air on ESPN and Watch ESPN. Kickoff begins at 10:30 pm ET (7:30 pm PT) from Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA.
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This is the first of three ranked opponents for Washington. A win would go a long way to proving they deserve to be mentioned among the likes of Oregon and Stanford.
The Odds: The Stanford Cardinal are a 7.5 point favorite against the Washington Huskies. The over/under for this game is 52.5 total points.
Will Stanford pick up a home victory or will Washington pull off the upset?
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Game Of The Day
Ty Montgomery had a career-high 290 all-purpose yards and accounted for two scores as Stanford edged the visiting Huskies for their 13th straight victory.
Bishop Sankey had 27 carries for 125 yards and two touchdowns for the Huskies. Keith Price completed 33-of-48 passes for 350 yards.
What’d you think UDub fans?
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