2010 Washington Huskies

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    2010 Washington Huskies

    All Huskies summaries can be found here. Go Huskies!
     
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    Starting on the wrong foot

    So after week one, the Huskies are not very happy with them selfs after being demolished by BYU 30-0. The Washington Offence could do nothing all game, and even had an interception and a fumble returned for TD's. The Huskies defense could not fair much better with 2 long TD passes and 303 total yards of offence against them. Overall, it appeared the rain affected not only the hands of the receivers but the minds of every Husky on the field. The Huskies will look to bounce back from their embarrassing loss to BYU next week when they face the Clemson Tigers for their home opener.



    Huskies:
    Total Offence:231 yards
    First Downs:12
    Rushing: 5 Att. for 12 yards
    Turnovers:4 (3 Int, 1 F
     
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    Disappointing home opener

    In the first home game of the season against Clemson, the Huskies looked to bounce back from their embarrassing loss to BYU last week, but with a few key mistakes on all 3 sides of the ball, the Huskies fans left disappointed with a 24-10 loss to the Tigers. The name of the game was rushing, with both teams amassing over 300 total rushing yards on the night. Unfortunately for the Huskies, the tiger defense and special teams capitalized on key mistakes to keep the ball in their offences hands. The Huskies had a total of 4 turnovers against them, which ended many of their promising drives. Both defenses were evenly matched with the Huskies barely getting over 100 yards passing, and the Tigers only having 50. The play of the game was the Tigers' Jamie Harper's 76 yard dash for a TD in the First Quarter to put the Tigers up 7-0.

    The 0-2 Huskies will hope to rebound next week when Boston College comes to town.
     
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    Cheerleaders day

    It looked as though the cheer leaders and the football team traded places in the disgraceful loss to BC 62-7. The Husky offensive line could not stop the constant blitzes from the BC defense, and the husky defense could not stop the rushing attack of the BC offence. Not really any real way to sum up a game with such a lop sided score other then that the players must of all had hang-overs. Expect a lot of practice for the Huskies this week after going 0-3. Luckily, the Huskies can get 2 weeks of practice in before they play the always tough USC in week 5.

    Huskies stats:
    Passing:
    QB Locker:29 Att. 9 Comp. 136 yards 4 Int.
    Rushing:
    HB Polk: 14 Att. 32 yards
     
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    Yet another pounding

    After 2 full weeks of rest and practice, the Huskies could not get it done against the ever dangerous USC. The Trojans ran away with the game, totaling almost 250 yards and 5 rushing TD. The Husky offence made a lot of poor decisions, and the defense could not slow down the Trojan attack, with missed tackles galore. The Huskies need to learn how to hold onto the ball loosing 3 fumbles and throwing 4 picks. The Husky offence came out firing in the second half, with their lone TD coming off a big play to D Andre Goodwin who had 101 receiving yards on the day. Jake Locker had one of his best performances of the season going 17 for 37 for 238 yards, but also had 4 interceptions. Hopefully the offence can take their small victories in the short passing game next week when they host Arizona State.

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Box Score Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
    Huskies 0 0 7 0
    USC 16 21 20 0
     

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