2017 Washington Huskies Football Schedule & Analysis
Breaking down and analyzing the 2017 Washington Huskies football schedule
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2017 Washington Huskies Football Schedule Realistic Best Case Scenario
The Huskies get back on track, ripping through a relatively easy start to the season with a 7-0 start – including a Pac-12 Championship rematch at Colorado – before getting a week off. If that sounds too easy, it’s because the Buffs are the only ones among the seven to go bowling last year. And after the open date? Another team that didn’t go bowling – Arizona – and then another, hosting Oregon. With the Ducks coming to Seattle, UW gets by that, survives the road game at Stanford, and then wins the home games against Utah and Washington State to retake the West. Realistically, though, the Huskies go 11-1.
2017 Washington Huskies Football Schedule Realistic Worst Case Scenario
With this schedule, Washington will have to go totally into the tank to come up with anything worse than 8-4. If it all goes wrong, the Huskies lose at Colorado, drop the road game at Arizona State, and can’t get by Oregon at home or Stanford on the road. Maybe the defending Pac-12 champs go 7-5 if they get everyone hurt, but they’ll have to work for that.