Washington coach Chris Petersen isn’t saying who the Huskies’ quarterback will be for Friday’s opener at Boise State. But here are some good (and bad guesses) about who he (or she or they) might be.
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Most of the game will be devoted to those at the bottom of the depth chart, many hoping to make one last — and they hope, lasting — impression before the Seahawks must cut their roster from 75 players to the regular-season limit of 53 by 1 p.m. Saturday.
Seattle took two of three from the American League West leaders to improve to 63-71 on the season.
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Jason Day beat runner-up Henrik Stenson by six strokes in The Barclays in Edison, N.J., the first event in the four-tournament FedEx Cup playoffs. The top 100 in FedEx Cup points advance — and former Washington Husky Nick Taylor was 101st.