2011 Washington Huskies Game Summaries

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  1. Corey Haggard

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    Washington 24
    Ball State 6

    Despite looking very weak on offense, and losing starting HB CHRIS POLK to a minor injury, the Huskies managed to pull this one out, thanks to a great performance from their secondary. Junior CB ADAM LONG, scored on a 11 yard interception, putting Ball State on their heels from the getgo. K ERIK FOLK inexplicably missed 2 field goals from 25 yards away, in a game where wind was not a factor. The other two Husky scores came off of SO QB KEITH PRICE tosses to TE MICHAEL HARTVIGSON and WR AUSTIN JENKINS. (both freshmen.)

    Washington has a tough road ahead of them if they cant get their offense on track. Ball State isn't exactly a defensive powerhouse.
     
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    Hawaii - 42
    Washington - 30

    Washington's secondary just didnt have the speed to keep up with Hawaii's receivers as they were burnt on several big plays. Warrior QB Bryant Moniz had a monster game, throwing for 404 yards, and 6 TDS, including 4 TDS to speedy wideout Billy Ray Stutzman, who had 210 yards receiving.

    Things aren't looking good for the Huskies.
     
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    Arkansas - 24
    Washington - 14

    Washington's terrible start to the 2011 season continued this weak, against the Arkansas Razorbacks. Sophomore Quarterback Keith Price threw four interceptions, as the Husky defense continued to struggle to stop anything.

    Next up for Washington is Cal. I don't like the Huskies' chances.
     
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    Washington - 20
    California - 3

    The Huskies defense has looked really bad the last couple weeks, but managed to get it together for their PAC 12 game against Cal. Everything that Cal's offense tried was stuffed. The Washington offense looked laskluster at times, but they did enough to win. Sophomore QB Keith price seems to be improving, but he still managed to throw an interception to go with his single TD pass.

    Next up is a tough game against Utah. Let's hope the D stays on track, and the Offense can continue to improve.
     

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