How to Watch Washington vs. Stanford

Washington celebrates its upset victory over No. 2 Stanford Wedensday. The 2nd-ranked Stanford Cardinal women’s volleyball team played the 13th-ranked University of Washington in Pac-12 play

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"I feel like I let my team down", he said, according the San Jose Mercury News. Until that chance is totally dead and gone, I'm gonna stick with it. "We just play two more games and focused on the next one". Washington's defense is one of the best in the nation, but they've rarely been tested so far this year.

Washington vs. Stanford live stream, start time, betting odds and TV information for Friday night's game between the Huskies and Cardinal.

Stanford's David Shaw on Bryce Love: "I don't know if you can ask anything more of a football player".

Jake Browning is in his third year as Washington's starter. Washington's run game will bend the Stanford defense without breaking it.

It was an impressive win for Stanford and put a serious dent in the Playoff hopes of every Pac-12 team. Something will give, and it'll break Wazzu's way. Spread the Heisman Love, they say.

How can you tune in to Friday night's game between Washington and Stanford? Against the two best defensive fronts the Cardinal have faced this season (USC and Washington State), their offense has folded. That could be tough against the Huskies, who have the best defense in the country in terms of yards allowed per game. Get the app and get the game.

"I definitely felt like I was getting in more of a groove throughout", Love said. His missed one game with the injury and was held to 69 yards last week in a loss at Washington State. He had four catches for 87 yards, including a 47-yard TD catch last week. This places his streak at first in the nation and second in Stanford history. Cardinal S Justin Reid leads Pac-12 and ranks second nationally with five INTs. The Cardinal are 1-1 with him as quarterback, losing to Washington State and beating Arizona State.

Washington: WR/PR Dante Pettis.

UW player of the game: Myles Gaskin - junior running back had 18 carries for 120 yards and three touchdowns, reaching 1,000 yards for the third consecutive season and tying Bishop Sankey's school record with 37 career rushing touchdowns.

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