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The Huskies will try to snap a two-game losing streak when they travel to Arizona to face the Wildcats on Saturday.
After opening the season 3-1, the Washington Huskies now find themselves 3-3 after back-to-back losses. Washington will be back on the road this week as they travel to Arizona to face the Wildcats.
If the Huskies are going to get back to winning, they will likely need more from their offense. Washington ranks 102nd in the country, averaging 21.3 points per game. After a breakout sophomore season, Keith Price has struggled this season and the Husky offense is averaging just 186.5 passing yards per game. Price committed seven turnovers over the last two games, including four interceptions.
While the Huskies are on a two-game losing streak, Arizona has lost three straight games after a promising 3-0 start. Arizona is 0-3 in Pac-12 play although they should be well rested as the Wildcats are coming off a bye week. The Husky defense will be challenged by a Wildcat passing offense which ranks fifth in the country at 368.3 yards per game. Arizona is 26th in the country in points per game, averaging 37.0.
The two teams have been evenly matched recently, splitting their last 10 matchups 5-5. The Huskies knocked off Arizona 42-31 last season.
Game time, TV channel: 10 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network
Point spread: Arizona opened as a 4-1/2-point favorite
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