Husky Trails: The Washington Husky Offense Is Making Strides

Posted by Ian Peterson on September-15-2009 Add Comments

Anyone looking back on the last year of Washington Husky football will tell you that the offense was hopelessly inept at times.

Once Tyrone Willingham was fired, the majority of the candidates for his replacement were offensive minds, and the hiring of Steve Sarkisian shows where the school wants to put its eggs.

So far, in the extremely limited sampling you can get from only two games, the hiring has paid dividends.

The recent statistical rankings, released by the NCAA, place the Huskies 36th in the nation in total offense. They have averaged 436 yards per game, which is much higher than the 263.2 yards they averaged in all of last year.

The Huskies also lead the Pac-10 in passing offense thus far, and are 2...

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