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According to everyone weighing in on the Washington Huskies and Colorado Buffaloes game this Saturday, the Huskies should have this game in the palm of their hands. With the college betting odds putting the Buffaloes at a +21 point spread, however, covering the game may be harder than they think. Colorado has not played well at all this year, but it remains to be seen if they will be blown out this bad. They could surprise everyone this coming Saturday against the Huskies.
All things considered, the Washington Huskies are by no means one of the best teams in the NCAA, but they just happen to be much better than a struggling Colorado Buffaloes team that has no chance of reaching the post season this year. The Huskies biggest strong point is their defense, where they have allowed the 53rd fewest points in all of college football this year. While not a staggering statistic, it is enough to make a team like the Buffaloes nervous. They are 118th in the league in points scored and...
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Turning the corner?
University of Washington Huskies fans have been waiting all year long for a game like this from QB Keith Price.
It was presumed that after last year, Price would be one of the top QB’s in the nation in 2012, but that just hasn’t been the case.
Some speculate that we haven’t seen last years form because of all of the roster moves and shakeups that have been...
Ask 10, 50 100, or maybe even a thousand people and chances are slim that any of them would know a single thing about the Great Danes of Albany, let alone where the University of Albany is.
On Tuesday evening, the Great Danes opened eyes of NCAA fans and Huskies faithful with a 63-62 upset of the Washington Huskies, a PAC-12 team, at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Things are looking up for the Husky Men’s Basketball Team.
Just a couple days after officially landing Darin Johnson on the first day of the early signing period, the Dawgs locked up Nigel Williams-Goss as well. According to a blog post from Percy Allen, Williams-Goss is ranked anywhere from #39 to #47 by the national recruiting services. His coach at Findlay Prep in Nevada called...
That just happened. Photo Credit: Elaine Thompson/Associated PressInitial (Over)ReactionsI feel sick. Anyone who cares about the University of Washington men's basketball program should feel sick. This was Albany's first victory over a BCS conference team since they moved to D-1 in 2000. I'm going to attempt...