#37 Washington Huskies: College Football 77 in 77

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The Washington Huskies are back to respectability. Back to back bowl appearances and 7-6 seasons makes them improved from where they were, but when will they take the next step? Is Steve Sarkisian the guy to get them there? He’s definitely done alright so far, but this team team is still a far cry from Stanford or Oregon in the Pac 12 North. Especially with that porous defense.

But they have one thing going for them that the pro team in Seattle does not- resolution at the quarterback position. While the Seahawks will have to figure it out between Russell Wilson, Tarvaris Jackson and Matt Flynn, the Huskies have Keith Price, one of the best in the nation.


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College Football 77 in 77: #52 Washington Huskies

In Jet City, the hometown college football team saw some sunlight last year after seven seasons of rain and gloominess. 2010 brought the Washington Huskies their first bowl appearance and winning season in 8 years, so crank up the Nirvana and Alice-in-Chains and start moshing with excitement.

Of course, the big question this year is how do you replace Jake Locker, who coulda been a top 2 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, but came back to school for one more year. He was the 8th overall pick by the Tennessee Titans in April. In spring practice, sophomore Keith Price beat out redshirt freshman Nate Montana, yes he is Joe’s son, to be the next UW signal caller.

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