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#4 Washington Huskies (12-2)

Fri. 11/25 Fri. 12/2 Sat. 12/31
@ WashSt
W 45-17
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vs. Colo
W 41-10
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@ Ala
L 7-24
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Washington loses Ross, Baker, Qualls, Jones to NFL draft

SEATTLE (AP) Four key players who helped lead Washington to the Pac-12 championship and an appearance in the College Football Playoff announced their decisions Tuesday to forego their senior seasons and enter the NFL draft.

Wide receiver John Ross, safety Budda Baker, defensive tackle Elijah Qualls and cornerback Sidney Jones are all leaving early after leading Washington to its first conference title in 16 years.

"These four players have been a big part of the progress this program has made during their time here," head coach Chris Petersen said in a statement. "We wish them all the success in the world as they pursue their professional goals."

Passing Yards: J. Browning3430
Passing TDs: J. Browning43
Rushing Yards: M. Gaskin1373
Rushing TDs: M. Gaskin10
Receiving Yards: J. Ross1150
Receiving TDs: J. Ross17
Interceptions: T. Rapp4
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/3 vs. Rutgers W 48 - 13
9/10 vs. Idaho W 59 - 14
9/17 vs. Portland State W 41 - 3
9/24 at Arizona W 35 - 28
9/30 vs. 7 Stanford W 44 - 6
10/8 at Oregon W 70 - 21
10/22 vs. Oregon State W 41 - 17
10/29 at 17 Utah W 31 - 24
11/5 at California W 66 - 27
11/12 vs. 20 USC L 13 - 26
11/19 vs. Arizona State W 44 - 18
11/25 at 23 Washington State W 45 - 17
12/2 vs. 8 Colorado W 41 - 10
12/31 at 1 Alabama L 7 - 24
Pacific 12
  Conference Overall
4 Washington 8-1 12-2
Washington State 7-2 8-5
18 Stanford 6-3 10-3
California 3-6 5-7
Oregon State 3-6 4-8
Oregon 2-7 4-8
  Conference Overall
10 Colorado 8-1 10-4
9 USC 7-2 10-3
19 Utah 5-4 9-4
Arizona State 2-7 5-7
UCLA 2-7 4-8
Arizona 1-8 3-9
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 6397 (13)
Passing Yards: 3623 (21)
Rushing Yards: 2774 (28)
Points per game: 41.8 (6)
Yards per game: 456.9 (28)
Touchdowns: 71 (5)
Field Goals: 16 (42)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4436 (15)
Passing Yards: 2561 (25)
Rushing Yards: 1875 (33)
Points per game: 17.7 (8)
Yards per game: 316.9 (11)
Touchdowns: 29 (12)
Field Goals: 12 (39)
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