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Quick hits: Utah vs. Washington

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Nov. 10, 2012 at 10:04 am with No Comments »
November 10, 2012 10:04 am

A quick look at today’s game between Utah and Washington:



TV: Pac-12 Networks RADIO: 950-AM, 850-AM, 102.9-FM.

The series: Washington and Utah have played seven times, with UW winning all seven. Each meeting prior to last year’s 31-14 conference win in Salt Lake City was in Seattle. The first game between the two was Sept. 26, 1931, the opening game of the year as Washington edged the visitors, 7-6.

What to watch: How Washington deals with Utah up front. Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei is one of the best players in the conference and was first-team All-Pac-12 last season. He gets assistance from the menacing Kroger brothers, Dave and Joe.

WHAT’S AT STAKE: A chance for Washington to become bowl eligible.

The pick: Washington, 24-14


No.  Name              Pos.  Ht.  Wt.  Yr.

92     Star Lotulelei  DT  6-4  320  Sr.
Quick and massive in the middle. Huskies center Drew Schaefer must slow him down.

7     Travis Wilson    QB  6-6  230  Fr.
Has completed 68.1 percent of his passes.

15    John White  RB  5-8  188  Sr.
Finally healthy after battling injuries this season, he’s dangerous.

14    Reggie Dunn  KR  5-10  172  Sr.
Has three 100-yard kick returns for touchdowns in last two weeks.

9     Trevor Reilly  LB  6-5  245  Jr.
Leads the Utes with 50 tackles for the season.

No.  Name                      Pos.  Ht.  Wt.  Yr.
7       Shaq Thompson       LB     6-2   215    Fr.
Though he’s still nagged by an ankle injury, Thompson’s role may expand today.

73    Drew Schaefer           C    6-4   294     Sr.
In his last home game, he’ll have one of his biggest challenges in Lotulelei.

88   Austin Seferian-Jenkins   TE   6-6   266   So.
More records set to fall Saturday.

4   Jaydon Mickens   WR   5-10   170   Fr.
Will he and Keith Price finally connect on a deep ball?

6   Desmond Trufant   CB   6-0   186   Sr.
In his final home game, Trufant should continue to show scouts what they want to see.

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