Washington 52 – Idaho 27
The Vandals have made great strides already this season. The Huskies will have to work hard Saturday to contain the Idaho offense and push through the defense. However, the Vandals haven’t made enough progress to pull out a win against No. 8 Washington.
Washington 35 – Idaho 17
I think the Idaho defense will be a major key to success for the Vandals in this matchup. If the defense is able to build off their second half performance last weekend, I think spectators at Husky Stadium are in for a great game.
Washington 45 – Idaho 23
The Vandals face a tough task as they travel on the road this weekend to Seattle. The Husky rushing attack was lackluster in the team’s season opener, but sophomore quarterback Jake Browning has the arm strength to easily torch an opposing defensive secondary. Fans should expect Idaho head coach Paul Petrino to use Saturday as a l earning experience, providing his players with valuable game experience against an AP Top 25 team.
Washington 63 – Idaho 6
It’s going to be a difficult couple of weeks for the Vandals and it starts in Seattle. The eighth-ranked Huskies will view this game as another opportunity to climb up the AP Polls. Idaho will have a hard challenge ahead and see field goals being their only points in Saturday’s game.
Lyndsie Kiebert | Opinion Editor
Washington 45 – Idaho 10
Just because the Huskies present a tough task for the Vandals– what does a ranking really mean anyway? – doesn’t mean Idaho won’t gain something from this match-up. Watch out Sun Belt, this will only thicken the Vandals’ skin for conference play.
Washington 45 – Idaho 28
Idaho has played high caliber teams and this Saturday will be no different. Pass defense will be key to keeping the Huskies grounded, while junior quarterback Matt Linehan must improve his performance from Sept. 1. Although Idaho is a much better team than last year, they are not quite ready to compete with a top ten opponent.