Found August 14, 2013 on College Football Universe:
No. 36 Washington Huskies (7-6) Coach Steve Sarkisian (fifth season, 26-25 at Washington and overall)Returning Starters: 19, 10 offense, 7 defense, 2 special teamsRecruiting Rank: 16Strength of Schedule: 17 Following three straight 7-6 seasons, the Washington Huskies would like to finally get over the hump with coach Steve Sarkisian at the helm. Each of the last three seasons has seen Washington go 5-4 in Pac-12 play. One thing that could help the Huskies break through is the return of 10 offensive starters, seven on defense, and handful of other players who have started at least one game. "The reality is we are a better football team. We were a better football team last year and unfortunately the record isn't indicative of how good that football team was," Sarkisian said. "Ultimately we're judged on our final outcome and record. You can look at stats and the different things. The one that matters is the wins and the losses." Senior quarterback Keith Pr...
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