” Good win for the Program,” Chris Petersen on Huskies win over USC

Washington head coach Chris Petersen met with the media Monday morning for his weekly press conference in an cautiously upbeat mood. Petersen ‘s upbeat mood was a result of him watching tape of the Huskies 28-14 win over the USC Trojans. The caution was a result of him taking a quick peek at the Huskies next opponent the Stanford Cardinal who pulled off a dramatic 31-28 win over the Oregon State Beavers with a 39 yard field on the last play of the game in Corvallis.

Chris Petersen opening remarks regarding the Huskies win over USC
Petersen on Salvon Ahmed’s ability to shift into the open space. Ahmed rushed for a career high 153 yards
The Huskies secondary entered the season with very limited game time but the young talented secondary continues to grow with each weekly challenge
The Huskies have two of the conferences best tight end in Hunter Bryant and Cade Otton both juniors who can catch, run and block;
Stanford quarterback David Mills started in place of an injured K.J. Costello who sat out the game against the Beavers due to a thumb injury suffered a week earlier in the Cardinal loss to Oregon.

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