Amidst all the usual Pac-12 suspects, it’s time to round up an unusual suspect.
The projection here is that it’s the Huskies’ turn. A pair of six-loss seasons in Chris Petersen’s first two years might not suggest that they’re ready for their biggest season since Rick Neuheisel guided them to the Rose Bowl an 11-win season in 2000.
But Petersen, who was 92-12 in eight years at Boise State, seems to have Washington, which has managed fewer than six losses only once (2013) since 2001, poised for a breakout year. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.