husky football classic on tuesday morning (june 21):
07:00 GMT | Idaho @ UW, from 28 September 2002 | J's Analog Cable ST 325k
nice forum dude... i will be putting up my psu, fsu, and wvu ones next month
Big time test.
Perennial pesky Fresno State(who I'd love to see in the Pac div), showed that Nebraska can be got to.
Looking over the Dawgs schedule, I reckon 8 wins is a possibility this year, if they can continue to improve week on week.
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The 3 games after Nebraska are very winnable.
Bears look a bit average.....again.
Utes are beatable if you can pressure their sidearn slinging QB.
Colorado, in Seattle are beatable.
Inter state rivals Wassu have surprised so far.
They have 3 away games next, but if the offense continues to perform they have the chance to start the year 5-0 !!!!!
SDSU looked decent against Army, but nowhere as good as last year.
Colorado improved tenfold vs the Bears, after the merdfest at Hawaii. This'll be tough.
UCLA could be the worst team in the PAC.
The loss of QB Jeff Teul could catch up with them.
hey there, husky fans! long time, no post...
for anyone interested i'll be streaming huskies radio of the spring game this saturday (april 28.)
check out the spring game thread here:
graduated from washington in 2005. go huskies! and great work!
well, husky fans... another football season is fast approaching--and it promises to be an intriguing one. in my opinion the biggest question is: how will the dawgs fare without chris polk? the D should be much improved from the last couple of seasons. can the dawgs compete in a conference with a revitalized USC, stanford, and the quacks?
once again this year, i will be streaming bob rondeau and the gang on husky radio for every game, so we'll have at least something when the huskies don't make it onto national TV.
see you all in the fall--and go dawgs! (and bucks )
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Not a huskies fan but I'll give em props. I think they very well could finish ahead of Oregon this year since Chip Kelly is gone and the Pac-12 as a whole would seem ripe for the taking. I mean Oregon will be good but the domination is going to be gone.
IMO Washington and Stanford should be fighting it out for the Pac-12 but there could be a real paradigm shift in the conference, USC doesn't seem to be getting any better and who knows but Max Wittek may have to transfer down to a lesser school.
Now I don't have a whole lot of info on some teams like Wasu, Cal, Arizona, Utah, and Oregon State, but my best guess is none of those teams are in for much this year, and Colorado has done basically nothing recruiting wise since joining the pac-12 so whatever they thought they were gonna get out of joining this conference sure hasn't worked.
only other team that seems to have much of a ray of light is UCLA but even there, I don't think they're gonna challenge Stanford or Was.