No news out of Husky camp on Friday.
So here's a quick look ahead at some of our game-day coverage on Saturday.
UCLA (2-0 overall, 0-0 Pac-10)
AT WASHINGTON (2-1, 0-0)
Kickoff: 4 p.m., Husky Stadium
Television: TBS. Radio: 950-AM.
The series: UCLA leads, 35-28-2, and has won eight of the last nine and five in a row. Last season, the Huskies led 17-7 after three quarters before falling 21-17 at Rose Bowl.
What to watch: UCLA's Ben Olson leads the Pacific-10 Conference in pass efficiency, while the Huskies are the conference's lowest-rated pass defense. On the other side of the ball, the Bruins seemed to insult Washington's receivers in the media this week. The Huskies will want to prove them wrong. But can they? UW tailbacks were terrific in first two games; smothered last week. Can rejuvenated Husky fans rattle young Bruins on their first road trip?
What's at stake: Huskies haven't had back-to-back wins since 2003. Accomplish that today and they will halfway to bowl eligibility. UCLA coach Karl Dorrell believes his team belongs among the top handful of Pac-10 contenders. Opening conference play with a loss at Washington would make that a harder sell to his players and fans.
TNT pick: UW, 31-24. UCLA opened the season against a pair of mid-majors at the Rose Bowl. New quarterback Ben Olson could find the going tougher against a Pac-10 team in front of what could be a fired-up Husky Stadium crowd of more than 60,000.