Washington Football quarterback Jake Browning is coming off a stellar season that launched the Huskies into the national spotlight. But this season he has greater incentive to excel. Somewhere in the back of his mind, he knows that he’s playing for an NFL contract.
Washington Football emerged in 2016. And quarterback Jake Browning is the unsung hero of the 2016 Washington Huskies Football season. Despite injury in the season, the Folsom California quarterback passed for 3,430 yards and 43 touchdowns to just nine interceptions.
Unfortunately for the Huskies, two interceptions came in the lone regular season loss to the USC Trojans. And two more came in the other loss came at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Still, he is a true competitor who does not make excuses, simply intensifies the focus and gets stronger. Better. More determined.
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This will be his junior season, the third of four years of NCAA eligibility. But there is a catch to all of that. You see, juniors can complete their NCAA season and forego the last year of eligibility. That bodes well for the NFL. In the case of Jake Browning, it means the Huskies may go back to the drawing board on offense.