Washington vs. Stanford: Live Game Thread


Oct 5, 2013; Stanford, CA, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) and the rest of the Huskies prepare to take the field against the Stanford Cardinal at Stanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

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Welcome to Husky Haul’s inaugural game thread for the 2013 Husky football season. Here’s all the info you need for watching the game. Make sure to join the conversation below in the comments, which should update automatically.

No. 15 Washington Huskies vs. No. 5 Stanford Cardinal

Time/Location: 7:30 p.m. PDT/Stanford Stadium/Palo Alto, Calif.


Radio: 950 KJR

Stream: Watch ESPN


Evan Webeck: Stanford 31, Washington 28

It’s going to come down to whichever team has the ball last. In the end, the whole country will see that Washington is a program to be feared once again. The Huskies will get their revenge in Seattle next year.

Jesse Kennemer: Stanford 31, Washington 24

No one should be completely shocked by a Washington upset, but considering that the team’s only road game this year was a 34-24 win over Illinois, their closest contest of the year, I can’t take such a large leap of faith without feeling like a homer.

Paul Somerstein: Washington 34, Stanford 28

Dawgs win, baby. This program is years overdue for a big road win. Play their game and don’t let Stanford dictate the pace.

Erik Erickson: Stanford 24, Washington 21

The Cardinal are too powerful on offense and defensive side of the ball and wear down the Huskies to grind out a victory. Washington loses but shows the nation they are a contender for the Pac-12.

Jackson Safon: Stanford 28, Washington 24

Both teams are better than when they played each other last year, but Stanford’s dominance in the run game both on offense and defense will prove too tough for the Huskies to overcome. It will be a close one but Stanford’s strength combined with its home field advantage will put them over the top.

Eric Nelson: Washington 28, Stanford 27

A big game from Bishop Sankey will lead the way to some holes opening up in the passing game, and the Dawgs will make a clutch TD drive late in the game. The front-seven will play well enough and the secondary won’t allow any huge plays thru the air, holding just enough for a UW victory.