“DubLife” is doing its second season of the annual Holiday countdown to Christmas highlighting special moments and statistics in Husky Athletics history. Our segment is meant to bring positive thoughts of our favorite university during a time of the year where thanks and reflection is at the forefront of our minds.
Nobody knows what the future holds, but for the time being, this "two-headed monster" in the Husky backfield is exciting to watch.
From the start of the game against the Eagles, the Huskies came out and set the tone early against their inferior opponent.
Both teams come into this contest with some new faces in the fold. Washington lost 9 starters on defense from last season and Eastern Washington loses a senior class of 25 players.
Even though the Huskies have an elite defense, their work will be cut out for them in slowing down an Eagles offense that averaged 43.1 points last season.