Good morning, Husky fans. Apologies for the lack of Morning Hauls; hopefully you’ve been able to get your Huskies links without us. It’s been a pretty hectic week/weekend for Jesse and me. He moved in and is about to start classes again at UW, while I spent the weekend covering ASU tennis’s first tournament of the season. Things should be in full swing from here on out. We have some Arizona preview coverage already up here, here and here.
Stories especially worth reading:
To kick off their Arizona preview, UW Dawg Pound takes a look at the Wildcats’ offensive weapons. They’ve put up good numbers thus far, but they have come against “college football’s Moe, Larry and Curly.” Because of their poor non-conference schedule, nobody really knows what to expect from the Wildcats on either side of the ball against the Huskies.
Here’s the view from Arizona’s standpoint on the premier running back matchup between Bishop Sankey and Ka’Deem Carey. Did you know both runners are similar sizes and share the same jersey number?
Fun fact: The Huskies are the most penalized team in college football. They’ve racked up 36 total penalties in three games and average nearly 100 yards of penalties per game.
Steve Sarkisian said that last year’s blowout at Arizona was one of the reasons behind switching to an up-tempo attack. Here’s Larry Stone’s column on the new-founded offense.