Made it back from Arizona uneventfully.
No new news is expected out of UW until midday Monday when we get our weekly meeting with coach Tyrone Willingham and a few players -- and I'm not sure how much new stuff they'll have to say even then.
Meanwhile, our weekly look back and ahead:
The Huskies fell to 0-5 overall and 0-3 in the Pac-10 with a 48-14 loss at Arizona. Washington now has the nation's longest losing streak: seven games. And UW and North Texas are the only Bowl Subdivision schools that haven't won in '08. QB Ronnie Fouch completed 12 of 28 passes in his first start.
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SOMETHING TO BUILD ON
Junior defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim broke out with a big game, making eight tackles and recording three sacks – the Huskies' only sacks of the season. Fouch showed potential. Freshman receiver Jermaine Kearse made a brilliant 62-yard reception in traffic. Safety Victor Ayiewa returned to action.
SOMETHING TO WORK ON
Everything, really. The offensive line couldn't handle the Arizona defensive front despite a size advantage, and the tailbacks weren't able to make their own yards. The defense seemed helpless against the Wildcats' quick-strike offense. Special teams gave up a 48-yard punt return for a touchdown.
Tailback Terrance Dailey and receiver Cody Bruns became the 11th and 12th true freshmen to play this season. That's already a school record, and there remains a chance receiver Anthony Boyles could become the 13th. At least six potential starters are questionable with new or lingering injuries.
THE WEEK AHEAD
The Huskies are off next weekend and will return to action Oct. 18 when Oregon State visits. Athletic director Scott Woodward said no coaching change will be made. The Huskies scrimmaged a lot during their last bye, but coach Tyrone Willingham said Saturday he hadn't yet decided about this week.