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This week in Husky history: Running Reggie

Between 1977 and 2003, a matchup between Washington and Stanford often meant a sizable UW victory.

Scouting the Cardinal

Even though Washington has had decent success against Stanford in the last two years, the Cardinal are a team both fans and coaches never like to see on their schedule, especially to open Pac-12 play.

Anatomy of a student athlete

Aspiring surgeon Taelon Parson is not your average football player

Huskies face first major test against No. 16 Stanford

Each of the past two seasons, Washington and the Stanford Cardinal have played extremely close games. In 2012, the Huskies used two touchdowns in the final 15 minutes to beat the Cardinal 17-13, leading to a field-rushing at CenturyLink. Last year, the Cardinal came out on top, 31-28, when the Huskies stalled in Stanford territory on a late fourth-quarter drive after a completion to wide receiver Kevin Smith was overturned.

Players to watch: Stanford

Who you should keep an eye on this Saturday.

Coaches corner: When the Huskies have the ball

If Washington wants to beat the Stanford Cardinal, then its offense will have to show up in the first half.

Coaches corner: When the Cardinal have the ball

In previous years, the offense of the No. 16 Stanford Cardinal relied heavily on a strong and powerful run game that, while never flashy, got the job done. This season, they’ve changed it up a bit and shifted toward a passing game, mainly due to the loss of running back Tyler Gaffney to graduation and the experience and emergence of senior quarterback Kevin Hogan.

By the numbers: Stanford

A statistical look at the UW's matchup with Stanford.

Battle Royale: Stanford Game Daily

Daily sportswriters debate the UW's best conference matchup and nonconference MVP, among other topics.

The ties run deep

Panthers bring coaching staff with five former Huskies to Seattle