Penix kicked off his final college season and a Heisman Trophy campaign with a terrific passing performance completing 29 of his 40 passes and throwing touchdowns to four receivers.
The Huskies finished with 702 yards of offense against a Washington State defense that led the Pac-12 in scoring defense at under 20 points per game. If not for two second-half turnovers by the Huskies, the margin of victory could have been much larger.
Penix threw for 408 yards and two touchdowns as Washington stopped a 13-game losing streak against ranked Oregon teams. The last win was in 2002 when the Huskies beat No. 23 Oregon 42-12. Washington was 0-7 against the Ducks when they're ranked in the top 10.
Jackson chose the Michigan Wolverines back in 2019 and is well known for his tremendous speed and elusiveness. The Huskies coaching staff will rely on his ability to be a threat in the return game and a homerun target in the passing game.
Radley-Hiles will have a full two years of eligibility to play and is expected to join the Huskies this spring. He was originally ranked by 247Sports Composite as a four-star recruit, the #5 cornerback overall, and the #38 overall prospect in the nation for the 2018 recruiting class.