The Washington Huskies will hold their annual spring game on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET in the Seattle Center's Memorial Stadium. The game will be broadcast Pac-12 Networks, as part of the channel's coverage of all 12 conference spring games.
The Huskies were vastly improved on defense last year, but took a step back on the offensive side of the ball. That was due in large part to the struggles of the offensive line, which endured a number of key injuries. Erik Kohler, Colin Tanigawa, and Shane Brostek all missed time last year and could factor into things this season. The holdovers from last season are looking much improved, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. A more reliable front could help senior quarterback Keith Price return to his sophomore form, when he was leading a high-powered Husky passing attack.
There are questions as to who Price will be targeting next season. Top wideout Kasen Williams returns along with inside man Jaydon Mickens. However, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is suspended indefinitely after being charged for driving under the influence. The third wide receiver is still up for grabs, but Condotta points out that DiAndre Campbell may be emerging as the starter and has impressed head coach Steve Sarkisian.
Game time, TV schedule: 7 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Networks
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