Posted November 26, 2012 on
Now that the Washington Huskies have completed their 2012 regular season, it's time to go back and look at the pluses and minuses and assign grades. As the old saying goes, the quarterbacks probably get more praise and blame than they deserve, but like it or not they are a big focal point of any team. And Keith Price certainly had the spotlight on him all year long.
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APPLE CUP ANTICS
The Apple Cup always brings out the best in the fans of Washington and Washington State. The annual battle for state supremacy was a memorable one with Washington State winning 31-28 in overtime. To anyone who lives outside of Washington, we have something to make you care about this otherwise meaningless Pac-12 game. A group of Washington State fans decided to rip out a set of bleachers...
This is just absolutely horrible. I know fans are excited about winning the Apple Cup and likely to be intoxicated, but this is a black eye for the school. Never should a players safety ever be in doubt, and I really wish that police officers and school officials would do a better job of keeping fans off of the field.The guy that threw the punch is in a blue-ish jacket, and the...
Bishop Sankey was a godsend for the Washington Huskies in 2012, much in the same way UW leaned heavily on Chris Polk to anchor their ground attack. It's hard to fathom Sankey being a bigger part of their run game this year than Polk was in a monster 2011 effort, but it's true.
Colorado State had 24 offensive rebounds, whereas Washington had just 21 total rebounds.