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Colorado Buffaloes vs. Washington Huskies: Game Time, TV, Odds, Info

Time for the Buffs to take the positives from the UCLA game and turn them into a win.

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Tennessee Logo
3-5, 0-5
NR (Coaches Poll)

November 9th, 2013
Colorado Buffaloes vs. Washington Huskies
Where: Husky Stadium - Seattle, Washington
When: 6:07 p.m. MT
TV: Pac-12 Networks
Radio: AM 850 KOA
Mostly cloudy, high of 51
Line: Colorado +28
Tickets: Tickets Now

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5-3, 2-3
NR (Coaches Poll)

Washington Huskies, Division 1-A (FBS), Pac-12 Conference

Season To-Date:
Win vs. #19 Boise State, 38-6
Win at Illinois, 34-24
Win vs. Idaho State, 56-0
Win vs. Arizona, 31-13
Loss at #5 Stanford, 31-28
Loss vs. #2 Oregon, 45-24
Loss at Arizona State, 53-24
Win vs. California, 41-17

Head Coach: Steve Sarkisian (5th season as head coach at Washington)

Offensive Coordinator: Eric Kiesau (3rd season as offensive coordinator at Washington, formerly coordinator at CU)

Defensive Coordinator: Justin Wilcox (3rd season as defensive coordinator at Washington, formerly coordinator at Tennessee)

Key Players: RB Bishop Sankey, Jr (1162 yards, 12 TD's), QB Keith Price, Sr (2169 yards, 16 TD's, 4 interceptions), TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Jr (244 yards, 4 TD's)

The Lowdown: After a 4-1 start with easy wins over Boise State and Arizona and a last minute loss at Stanford most thought that Washington had a finally arrived as a true Pac-12 player. But subsequent blowout losses to at home to Oregon and on the road at Arizona State has changed some opinions of the Huskies. Keith Price and Bishop Sankey still form a seriously dangerous duo that can put up a lot of quick points and the defense has looked to be improved outside of the two big losses.