Washington notes: Pondering receiver health, Jalen McMillan's future and more
What to know about the Huskies this week, including injury updates.
SEATTLE — There is no kickoff time yet for Washington’s Nov. 11 game against Utah, as the networks chose to exercise a six-day selection window for both UW-Utah and USC-Oregon.
The possibilities, all on FOX, are reportedly 12:30 p.m., 4 p.m. or 7:30 p.m.
It’s that time of year, though, when big matchups — like Washington’s Saturday game at USC — determine broadcast priorities for the rest of the season. To that end, I’m not sure a UW loss at USC would render the Huskies’ game against Utah any less compelling, though it would make the USC-Oregon game a little more interesting, as each would still only have one Pac-12 loss (assuming the Ducks take care of Cal).
I’m curious, for those who attend games: how much does the kickoff time influence your plans? A lot? A little? Not at all? Is it the difference between attending or staying home? I probably know people who fall into each category.
Here’s what else to know about the Huskies on a sunny fall Monday …