Washington football: Odds, prediction, and how to watch vs. Tulsa

The Washington Huskies (1-0) will remain at home in Week 2 to take on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (1-0).

The Huskies are currently favored by 34.5 points over at BetMGM while the over/under set for the game is an exciting 65.5 points.

Washington is the favorite (obviously) of this game far and wide and they are expected to beat Tulsa by a whole lot more than they were expected to beat Boise State in Week 1. The Huskies were a 14.1-point favorite against the Broncos and ended up winning by 37 points.

Washington has a much bigger gap placed between them and their opponent this week. Will they easily cover the spread?

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Washington football odds, prediction, and how to watch in Week 2

How to Watch

When: Saturday, September 9, 2023 at 2:00 PM PST

Where: Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington

TV: Pac-12 Networks

Washington football key players

QB Michael Penix Jr.

Season stats: 29/40, 72.5%, 450 yards, 5 touchdowns.

WR Rome Odunze

Season stats: 7 rec, 132 yards, 1 touchdown.

WR Jalen McMillan

Season stats: 8 rec, 95 yards, 2 TD; 1 carry, 2 yards, one TD.


Tulsa football key players

QB Cardell Williams

Season stats: 13/14, 92.9%, 233 yards, 3 TD.

RB Jordan Ford

Season stats: 19 carries, 110 yards, 1 TD.

WR Marquis Shoulder

Season stats: 5 rec, 132 yards, 2 TD.

S Kendarin Ray

Season stats: 10 tackles.


Washington vs. Tulsa Prediction

Washington made fans a little bit nervous with their slow first-quarter performance last week but I don’t expect that to be an issue this week. The Huskies passing game was firing on all cylinders and that will remain a likely occurrence throughout the rest of the season.

The same couldn’t be said about the run game as it got off to a rough start in Week 1 but I see them making major improvements in order to utilize their talented backfield against Tulsa.

I predict that Washington football will cover the spread (34.5) and win by a bold 63-10.