Monday morning rewind with Chris Petersen.

After a sluggish 30 to 14  season opening road victory against Rutgers Friday night, Husky head coach Chris Petersen addressed the performance of his team during his weekly press conference.


The no.8/7 ranked  WashingtonHuskies needed a second quarter 61 yard punt return from Dante Pettis to kick start  a sluggish offense. Pettis punt return gave the Huskies a 10-7 lead they never conceded on their way to the win. Pettis now has six career punt returns tying him with Cal’s DeSean Jackson for the most in the Pac-12. Pettis has returned a punt for a score in three straight season openers.

Dante Pettis

Monday Game Notes:

Jake Browning moved into fourth spot month  in UW career passing yards (6,669) and career completion (483) charts after going 17-for 30 for 284 yards and  two TD at Rutgers. Brownings 61 career touchdowns is second only to Keith Prices 75.


The Huskies will open their home season Saturday Sept 9th, when they taken the Montana Grizzles with a start time of 5:00 p.m. Montana beat Valparaiso 45 to 25 at home to kick off its 2017 season.



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