Brigham Young at Washington

Matchup Details
Fri, Dec 27 - AT&T Park
KICK OFF - 9:30 PM ET
W/LATSHomeAwayO/U
Brigham Young 8-45-6-15-13-34-8-0
Washington 8-46-6-06-12-36-6-0
CONSENSUS ANALYSIS
 
RECENT TRENDS
INJURY REPORT
Brigham Young
PPlayerStatusNotes
LBS. Hadley
Ques Fri
Knee
12/21/13
Hadley missed the last three games with a knee injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Washington.
WRB. Thompson
Ques Fri
Quadricep
12/21/13
Thompson missed the last two games with a quad injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Washington.
TED. Mahina
Ques Fri
Groin
12/21/13
Mahina has a groin injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Washington.
WRE. Thornton
out for season
Undisclosed
11/20/13
Thornton has an undisclosed injury and will miss the remainder of the season.
DBS. Lee
Out indefinitely
Back
09/05/13
Lee has not played this season due to a back injury and will be out indefinitely.
DBT. Trammell
out for season
Knee
08/17/13
Trammell will miss the entire 2013-2014 season with a torn ACL.
DLT. Kanuch
out for season
Pectoral
08/15/13
Kanuch will miss the entire 2013-2014 season with a torn pectoral muscle.
DBJ. Johnson
out for season
Knee
08/13/13
Johnson will miss the entire season after tearing his ACL in a preseason practice.
Washington
PPlayerStatusNotes
DBT. Stevenson
Ques Fri
Arm
12/21/13
Stevenson missed the last ten games with an arm injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Brigham Young.
DBP. Enewally
Ques Fri
Hand
12/21/13
Enewally missed the last ten games with a hand injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Brigham Young.
PKC. Van Winkle
Ques Fri
Back
12/21/13
Van Winkle missed the last four games with a back injury and is questionable to play in the Fight Hunger Bowl Friday against Brigham Young.
WRK. Williams
out for season
Foot
12/12/13
Williams will miss the remainder of the season with a foot injury.
NEWS

Covers Preview - Washington made a big splash by hiring Chris Petersen away from Boise State earlier this month, but its new coach will be a casual observer when the Huskies face BYU in the Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco on Dec. 27. With Steve Sarkisian headed to USC, quarterbacks coach Marques Tuiasosopo will lead the Huskies against BYU, which has won a school-record four consecutive bowl games. Washington is looking to win nine games for the first time since 2000, when Tuiasosopo was the Huskies’ starting

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