The Huskies are 4-1 after the thumping of BYU on Saturday night.
The Washington Huskies picked up their first win of the season over a ranked opponent in Saturday night’s 35-7 thumping of No. 20 BYU at Husky Stadium.
The Huskies (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) were rewarded by Associated Press voters with a return into the top 10 on Sunday morning.
Washington rose one spot to No. 10 in the poll released Sunday morning, one night after its most complete performance of the season.
BYU dropped out of the poll.
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On Saturday, the Huskies will return to Pac-12 play with the first of back-to-back road trips against UCLA. The Bruins (0-4), in their first season with ex-Oregon coach Chip Kelly, are the only winless team in the Pac-12.
Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. for a Fox national broadcast.
The Huskies will then travel to rival Oregon for a pivotal Pac-12 North showdown on Oct. 13. The Ducks, up to No. 18 in the AP poll, have a bye this week.
Kickoff time for the UW-Oregon game should be announced Monday, though there is always a possibility that one of the Pac-12’s broadcast partners could exercise a six-day-window option.