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Washington Huskies (8-6)


Sat. 11/22 Sat. 11/29 Fri. 1/2
vs. OreSt
W 37-13
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@ WashSt
W 31-13
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@ OkSt
L 22-30
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Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson declares for NFL draft

SEATTLE (AP) Shaq Thompson still isn't sure what position he'll play in the NFL. He's willing to give up his senior season at Washington to see which NFL team will take the chance on his potential.

Thompson announced Monday he is forgoing his senior season at Washington and will declare for the NFL draft. It's another blow to Washington's defense that will now lose three AP first-team All-America selections: Thompson, linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha and defensive tackle Danny Shelton. Thompson was honored as an all-purpose player after spending part of the season as Washington's starting running back.

But Thompson's departure was not unexpected. His versatility and athleticism had his name climbing projected draft boards throughout the season.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: C. Miles2397
Passing TDs: C. Miles17
Rushing Yards: D. Washington697
Rushing TDs: D. Washington9
Receiving Yards: J. Mickens617
Receiving TDs: J. Mickens4
Interceptions: M. Peters3
Schedule 2014
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/30 at Hawaii W 17 - 16
9/6 vs. Eastern Washington W 59 - 52
9/13 vs. Illinois W 44 - 19
9/20 vs. Georgia State W 45 - 14
9/27 vs. 16 Stanford L 13 - 20
10/11 at California W 31 - 7
10/18 at 9 Oregon L 20 - 45
10/25 vs. 14 Arizona State L 10 - 24
11/1 at Colorado W 38 - 23
11/8 vs. 18 UCLA L 30 - 44
11/15 at 14 Arizona L 26 - 27
11/22 vs. Oregon State W 37 - 13
11/29 at Washington State W 31 - 13
1/2 at Oklahoma State L 22 - 30
Pacific 12
North
  Conference Overall
2 Oregon 8-1 13-2
Stanford 5-4 8-5
Washington 4-5 8-6
California 3-6 5-7
Washington State 2-7 3-9
Oregon State 2-7 5-7
South
  Conference Overall
10 Arizona 7-2 10-4
14 UCLA 6-3 10-3
15 Arizona State 6-3 10-3
24 USC 6-3 9-4
22 Utah 5-4 9-4
Colorado 0-9 2-10
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5441 (48)
Passing Yards: 2801 (66)
Rushing Yards: 2640 (38)
Points per game: 30.2 (55)
Yards per game: 388.6 (73)
Touchdowns: 42 (71)
Field Goals: 20 (16)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5749 (98)
Passing Yards: 4012 (115)
Rushing Yards: 1737 (24)
Points per game: 24.8 (37)
Yards per game: 410.6 (72)
Touchdowns: 40 (55)
Field Goals: 20 (109)
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