BREAKING: Huskies Will Not Participate In Pac-12 Championship Game

"Our goal every season is to win the Pac-12 Championship. I am so proud of the work our team and staff have put in to position ourselves to attain that goal. Unfortunately, the virus is in our footprint. We have not been able to resume football activities and currently the entirety of one of our key position groups, deemed a critical position group by the Pac-12, is in quarantine. There is no path forward to practice or play this week. Our focus now is getting everyone healthy so we can resume football activities and prepare for a possible bowl game. We are crushed that we cannot bring home the Pac-12 trophy for our fans, staff and players," Washington head coach Jimmy Lake said.

BREAKING: Huskies To Face Utah At Husky Stadium

The Huskies' originally scheduled game for this week, the Boeing Apple Cup Friday at Washington State, was called off Sunday night due to WSU not having the required number of available players due to positive COVID-19 tests and resulting contract tracing and isolation. That game was declared a no contest, under Pac-12 guidelines. Earlier Tuesday, Utah's scheduled game at Arizona State was canceled as well.