Otto Greule Jr
Following their upset win against No. 7 Oregon State, the Huskies will go on the road to face California.
The Washington Huskies are coming off their second upset of a top 10 team, but will look to win back-to-back games for the first time since Week 4 when they face the California Golden Bears on Friday.
Washington knocked off No. 7 Oregon State 20-17 last week, but will go on the road to face Cal this week. The Huskies need to win two of their final four games to gain bowl eligibility. Beginning with the road game against Cal, three of Washington's final four games will be on the road.
After struggling with turnovers recently, Keith Price committed just one turnover against Oregon State. Even despite the better ball protection, Washington still ranks 95th in the country in passing yards per game. The Huskies are 105th in the country in scoring, averaging 20.6 points per game.
The Huskies will face a Cal team which has been up and down this season. Cal played well in a close loss at Ohio State and in their 43-17 win against UCLA, but the Golden Bears have lost their last two games in blowout fashion. Cal will also be without its leading receiver as Keenan Allen will miss the game due to a shoulder injury.
Washington has won its last three games against Cal, including a 31-23 win in Seattle last season.
Game time, TV channel: 9 p.m. ET, ESPN2
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