Washington's electric start to the season and an offense that's among the best in the country are about to get a test that will help determine just how good these Huskies really are.
A Pac-12 slate that starts with four difficult games against Arizona, at Stanford, vs. Oregon and Arizona State should be telling as No. 16 Washington seeks its best start in 12 years with a win over the visiting Wildcats on Saturday.
"This is the beginning of our making the run to the championship or to the Rose Bowl, so we know this is our first obstacle and hopefully we can first handle it," quarterback Keith Price said.
Behind Price and running back Bishop Sankey, the Huskies (3-0) have the No. 3 overall offense in the country, averaging 629.0 yards per game, and have run their new up-tempo scheme precisely and efficiently.
The Huskies finished non-conference play with a perfect record for the first time since 2000 after last Saturday's 56-0 romp over Idaho State of the FCS. They rolled up 680 y...