Andre Baccellia was one of a few receivers who helped spur Washington’s passing attack in a 33-30 win over Utah on Saturday at Husky Stadium.
Andre Baccellia was one of a few receivers who helped spur Washington’s passing attack in a 33-30 win over Utah on Saturday at Husky Stadium. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Andre Baccellia was one of a few receivers who helped spur Washington’s passing attack in a 33-30 win over Utah on Saturday at Husky Stadium. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

What we learned from UW’s 33-30 win over Utah

November 19, 2017 04:38 AM

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