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2018 Schedule
10-3, 1st in Pac 12 - North
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3dKyle Bonagura

The best individual matchups of bowl season

Tua vs. Kyler is obvious, but what other bowl matchups are we looking forward to? Washington's secondary vs. Ohio State's high-flying receivers tops the list.

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5dSteve Palazzolo

Meet college football's 10 hidden stars from 2018

You know about the stars of college football, but these 10 players flew under the radar this season while performing as well as anyone in the nation.

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6dKyle Bonagura and Dan Murphy

First Look at Washington-Ohio State

It's the first time in the CFP era the Rose Bowl gets its traditional matchup. It's also the last bowl game for Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, who is retiring after the season.

Ohio State should be excited about the Rose Bowl (1:34)

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Utah receiver Britain Covey, the Utes' leading receiver, may have suffered a "severe knee injury" on the opening kickoff of the second half, says head coach Kyle Whittingham. "It doesn't look good for him," Whittingham says in the postgame press conference.

Washington scores first TD of game (0:38)

Joel Anderson ESPN 

It figures that in a game featuring the PAC-12's two best defenses, the only touchdown — so far — wouldn't come on offense. Washington cornerback Byron Murphy has thrust himself way into the lead for the game's MVP with that pick six, narrowly edging out Utah kicker Matt Gay.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Washington might not need to do too much more offensively to clinch its first Rose Bowl berth in 17 years. The Huskies have continued their stranglehold on Utah's offense in the PAC-12 Championship Game, so far having held the Utes scoreless for five consecutive quarters dating back to their first game on Sept. 15. Utah also finished the first half with 61 yards of offense, its worst performance since totaling only 39 against Colorado on Nov. 25, 2011.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Utah's losses of starting quarterback Tyler Huntley and running back Zack Moss in the past month are finally starting to show up against an elite defense like Washington's. The Utes have gone 3-and-out on their first four offensive possessions, totaling only 31 yards of offense for an average of 2.4 yards per play.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

For those watching along at home, that was the first scoreless first quarter in the 8-year history of the Pac-12 Championship Game. Washington's opening drive, at 6 minutes and 40 seconds, was also the longest without points in the history of the game. A truly historic evening here in Santa Clara.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Already the winningest quarterback in Pac-12 history, Washington's Jake Browning moved past USC's Carson Palmer into fifth place in career passing yards on the game's first possession. Next up is Cal's Jared Goff, who finished his career with 12,200 yards.

9d

Campus Conversation: Trash Talk, Title Previews

Ryan McGee, Jake Trotter & Chris Low discuss Texas Tech's new coach (1:45), Rob Mullens' response to Mike Leach 7:00), preview championship weekend (16:25) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (37:40) and Extra Points (44:21).

Gaskin: 'I ain't ever lost to no Coug' (1:28)
Gaskin: O-Line 'balled out' in Washington win (0:36)
Gaskin's 3 TDs lead Huskies past Cougars (1:30)
Browning: 'Feels good' to be back in Pac-12 Championship (1:01)

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

With Washington's win in the Apple Cup, the Pac-12's playoff hopes are over, as the conference champion (Washington or Utah) will have three losses. The Big 12, though, is still alive and Oklahoma has a second chance this season to show the selection committee it can beat Texas, this time in the conference championship game. OU's best-case scenario would be for Ohio State to win the Big Ten because the Sooners have a better chance to get in at the expense of the Buckeyes than Michigan — though nothing is a guarantee.

16d

Snow Dawgs: No. 16 Washington topples No. 7 Wazzu 28-15

Myles Gaskin broke free for an 80-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter, and No. 16 Washington won its second Pac-12 North Division title in three years, beating No. 7 Washington State 28-15 on a snowy Friday night.

Team Stats

Passing Yards232.5
Rushing Yards179.9
Points For26.6
Points Against15.5