It's hard to find anyone who thinks the Seahawks will lose to Washington on "Monday Night Football."
The Huskies (4-1, 0-1 Pac-12), idle last week, managed just 179 yards in the loss to Stanford and ranks last in the Pac-12 with an average of 370.2. This Saturday, the Huskies play at Cal (4-1, 2-1), which ranks 122nd out of 128 FBS teams in total defense, allowing 544.8 yards per game.
Freshman Tristan Etienne has left the Washington program citing personal reasons, the school announced Monday.
Here is the weekly package of grades and other notes from Pro Football Focus:
The New York Post has called Cal's last three weeks the craziest stretch in college football history.
Here are the snap counts for Seattle's 27-17 win over Washington Monday night.
Washington running back Alfred Morris is limited to just 29 yards on 13 carries, with a long of 11 yards.
Here are three things that stood out in Seattle's 27-17 win over Washington Monday night from beat writers Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta.
Other than offensive line, a lot of high marks in “Monday Night Football” victory over Washington.
Here's video of Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson talking to the media after the win over Washington Monday night:
Here's video of Seattle coach Pete Carroll talking to the media following the Seahawks' 27-17 win over Washington Monday night:
Former Seahawks coach says he visited with Raiders during bye week, but does not foresee taking a coaching job there.
The NBA renewed its deals with ESPN and TNT, even though two seasons remain on the existing ones. The league’s annual revenue from the new agreements will increase from $930 million to more than $2.6 billion, according to a person familiar with the terms.
The Nats cut their deficit to 2-1 in the National League Division series.
Russell Wilson rushed for a career-high 122 yards on 11 carries, and the Seahawks survived their “neutral zone infractions,” holds, false starts and other miscues in a 27-17 win over Washington.
Bob Condotta: Penalties hadn't really been an issue in the first three games for Seattle, with the Seahawks called for 19. But Seattle almost matched that against Washington with 13 for 90 yards, three nullifying touchdowns. That obviously can't continue.
Darwin Jones of the Huskies might have been overshadowed by Jordan Morris of Stanford, but once the match started, there was no missing Jones, who scored late.
Plenty happened on this last Seahawks' scoring drive that put them up 24-10 and appeared to put the game out of reach...