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The first five weeks of the 2013 college football season are in the books. After going 10-0 in last week’s predictions, let’s unveil the picks for the 10 best games in Week 6—which features at least eight matchups between Top 40 teams. Twitter.com/bubbaprog [RELATED: Updated College Football Rankings Entering Week 6's Action] No. 14 Washington (4-0) at No. 5 Stanford (4-0) – Sat, 10:30 pm EST/ESPN Kevin Hogan and company look to continue their quest for a conference championship and national title at home in Palo Alto on Saturday night against one of the most-improved quarterbacks in the country by the name of Keith Price and a tough, battle-tested Huskies team that’s ranked in the Top 5 in the nation in total offense (5th), scoring offense (4th), completion percentage (4th), 3rd-down conversions (3rd) and pass efficiency defense (2nd). The upset-minded Huskies snapped a four-game losing skid to Stanford (and three straight defeats by at least 20 points) with an impressive, com...
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If you couldn’t make it through the full slate of college football yesterday, you may have missed one of the week’s best — and most controversial — finishes. No. 15 Washington was giving No. 5 Stanford all it could handle, and with less than two minutes left play, the Huskies were driving with a chance to win the game.
Stanford led 31-28, and Washington had just entered...
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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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Stanford rarely wins pretty. In the last two years, though, the Cardinal just always seem to win.
Fifth-ranked Stanford survived for its 13th straight victory in similar fashion late Saturday night, withstanding Keith Price's prolific passing performance in a 31-28 win over then-No. 15 Washington. Stanford (5-0, 3-0) showed that the same kind of might and muscle that propelled...
BIG game tonight, Husky fans.
Nice piece by ESPN.
Price watching film…
Here’s video of Keith Price talking about replacing Jake Locker and working with Russell Wilson in the offseason.
This is a must watch video for fans of the Dawgs and Seahawks.
The first thing Keith Price had to deal with at Washington was the guy he replaced. Jake Locker.
“I don’t think a lot of people...
Washington showed a national audience Saturday night just how far it has come under fifth-year coach Steve Sarkisian and just how close the program might be from contending for a Pac-12 title again.
For now, that's at least one bounce short.
Or, depending on one's perspective, maybe just one replay short.
Keith Price threw for 350 yards and two touchdowns on an injured...
The job of a football referee is to ensure order on the field and to assess penalties as they come about. They are taught to not make a call that can drastically change the outcome of a game unless they are one hundred percent sure of it. The call on Saturday between Washington and Stanford could possibly determine the Pac-12, and it was a judgment play that may have been...
Saturday night the No.5 Stanford Cardinal got into a dogfight with the then No.15 Washington Huskies. This game had everything a football fan can ask for, good special teams, great offensive play, and great defense. After a surprising upset last year, the Huskies could not get the win on The Farm. Both teams played their hearts out but the Cardinal come out on top in this one 31...