Plenty of talent to win two
The Washington football team has a two game season now. No NCAA playoffs, no Pac-12 championships, just two games, so how can the team change the momentum? There is no more round tuits left. You know, the plays or players who ought to get the ball more when the coaches get “a round tuit”. That time is now. The team must get Ahmed into the backfield for 10 or more touches at a minimum for each of the last two games.
Secondly, the team must modify the passing game. Defenders are keying on Dante Pettis initially, and whoever gets hot early. The Huskies must be prepared to go to a different receiver in the second half of the game, and emphasize some high percentage routes to take the pressure off both Browning and the running game. Play action plays do both. Use that to the teams advantage.
And last and most importantly, STOP BEING SO PREDICTABLE. In both losses, you could see the victorious opponent almost know the play offensively and defensively about to occur for the Huskies. Toss in a new wrinkle to make the other team second guess. Do that just a couple times, and the game landscape changes.
It’s no longer a question of who have the Washington Huskies defeated. The only question remaining in this season is who will the Washington Huskies beat? If that answer is not the Utah Utes and the Washington State Cougars, the team will fall short of its potential.