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WASHINGTON (9 - 4) at HAWAII (1 - 11)
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Week 1 Saturday, 8/30/2014 10:30 PM
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WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-4+2.27-66-737.916.7499.3(6.3)1.222.811.2388.9(5)1.8
Road Games3-3+0.23-34-236.214.8459.8(5.9)1.532.015.3414.8(5.4)1.8
Last 3 Games3-0+3.22-11-242.317.0472.0(6.3)
Turf Games7-1+3.25-33-543.119.4553.0(6.9)0.916.56.7372.6(4.8)2.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)37.916.724.528:4147-239(5.1)21-3265.4%260(8.2)79-499(6.3)(13.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.917.82231:3841-189(4.6)21-3460.8%246(7.2)75-436(5.8)(14.1)
Offense Road Games36.214.823.228:0242-205(4.9)22-3663.1%255(7.1)78-460(5.9)(12.7)
Defense (All Games)22.811.221.531:1939-161(4.1)21-3955.0%228(5.8)78-389(5)(17)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.216.32329:2439-171(4.4)23-3860.8%265(6.9)77-436(5.7)(14)
Defense Road Games32.015.322.531:5742-189(4.5)19-3553.8%225(6.4)77-415(5.4)(13)

HAWAII - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-11-77-58-427.414.4416.0(5.3)2.838.719.4494.7(6)2.0
Home Games1-5-33-34-229.213.5419.3(5.1)3.235.719.5456.8(5.7)2.8
Last 3 Games1-2-12-12-142.025.7529.0(6.1)2.343.016.3566.0(6.8)3.0
Turf Games1-11-77-58-427.414.4416.0(5.3)2.838.719.4494.7(6)2.0
HAWAII - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.414.421.726:3936-115(3.2)25-4356.9%301(7)79-416(5.3)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.614.121.329:1339-178(4.5)20-3361.2%240(7.3)72-418(5.8)(14.1)
Offense Home Games29.213.522.027:0738-107(2.8)24-4553.0%312(7)82-419(5.1)(14.4)
Defense (All Games)38.719.425.133:2148-214(4.4)21-3559.5%281(8.1)83-495(6)(12.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3216.623.231:4741-191(4.6)21-3462.8%253(7.4)75-444(5.9)(13.9)
Defense Home Games35.719.523.832:5248-222(4.6)17-3254.2%235(7.3)80-457(5.7)(12.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 39.7,  HAWAII 34.5
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/30/2014@ HAWAII            
9/6/2014E WASHINGTON            
9/20/2014GEORGIA ST            

HAWAII - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/6/2014OREGON ST            
9/13/2014N IOWA            
9/20/2014@ COLORADO            
WASHINGTON: Ex-Boise coach Petersen will have a new quarterback under center. QB Cyler Miles (6.9 YPA, 4 TD, 2 INT) is the favorite, but he missed all of spring practice after an arrest during a Seahawks Super Bowl celebration (no criminal charges were filed). Bruising RB Dwayne Washington (332 rush yds, 7.1 YPC) figures to step in for departed Bishop Sankey and runs behind an established O-Line. WR Kasen Williams (421 rec yds) is working his way back from a leg injury, and WR Demore'ea Stringfellow (259 rec yds) remains suspended from the Super Bowl incident, leaving little depth behind top WR Jaydon Mickens (688 rec yds, 5 TD). The defense is more settled, with DE Hau'oli Kikaha (13 sacks, 3 FF) and 330-pound DT Danny Shelton (59 tackles) anchoring the front four and hybrid DB/LB Shaq Thompson (78 total tackles) patrolling the middle of the field. But this is a very green secondary.
HAWAII: The Warriors have one MWC win in two seasons under Norm Chow. Sophomore QB Ikaika Woolsey (11-of-29, 143 yds, 0 TD, 3 INT) emerged this spring as the favorite to start. An erratic passer, his mobility gives Chow's offense an added dimension. He'll get help from the running game, especially if RB Joey Iosefa (523 total yds, 5 TD in 4 games) is fully recovered after missing the first half of last year with a foot injury. The ability to control the clock will be key. Their defense ranked ninth-to-last in FBS in yards allowed (494.7). Hawaii hired Utah State linebackers coach Kevin Clune as defensive coordinator, and he has made the switch to a 3-4 to take advantage of linebacker depth. They have LBs Jerrol Garcia-Williams (67 tackles), a healthy Julian Gener and UCLA transfer Jeremy Castro to lead that unit.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (WASHINGTON-HAWAII) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Washington-Hawaii Preview* ===========================

Washington (0-0) at Hawaii (0-0), 10:30 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Chris Petersen insists the opener for No. 25 Washington against Hawaii on Saturday carries no greater importance than any other season opener in his coaching career.

Except that for the first time as a head coach, Petersen will be leading a team other than Boise State.

"They're all big. Just like I told you guys way back, when I started coaching in front of 300 fans I had the same exact feelings. That doesn't change," Petersen said Monday. "You're competitive, you want to do best for your guys. It doesn't matter what stage you are on, where you're at. My focus never changes on that."

Petersen, one of the biggest names to change programs during the offseason, said the feeling when the Huskies begin their season at Aloha Stadium won't be any different than in his first game as a head coach in 2006, when he led Boise State against Sacramento State.

But now there's an expectation of success that Petersen created while at Boise State, where he went 92-12, won a pair of BCS bowl games and raised the Broncos' national profile. It's a level he's expected to meet at Washington from the start.

"It's going to be interesting just because we haven't been in any real games with these guys to see who is going to respond, who is going to step up, if somebody makes a big us, if things don't go right on offense, how do we respond?" Petersen said. "Curious, excited, and ready to go."

Petersen's tenure with the Huskies will begin with a question at quarterback, where sophomore Jeff Lindquist will get his first collegiate start. Lindquist beat out redshirt freshman Troy Williams for the starting nod against Hawaii, but there's uncertainly beyond that. Sophomore Cyler Miles was the presumed starter when Petersen arrived last December to take over a team that went 9-4 in 2013, but he was suspended for spring practice and the season opener after his involvement in an off-field incident in February.

The job could be Miles' beginning Sept. 6 against Eastern Washington. But Lindquist will get a chance to make it a competition.

"I think the understanding of the offense got a lot better for me. I think it helped that our team, too, kind of grew with it. It was not just me, but everyone got together so the fluidity increased with the offense," Lindquist said. "That made it a lot easier to operate. I think my accuracy has gotten a lot better. Again, I'm still working on that but I think from where it was in the spring I made good strides."

Lindquist redshirted in 2012 and spent last season backing up both starter Keith Price and Miles. His only action came in mop-up duty during blowouts and he has yet to attempt a college pass.

His decision-making won him the starting job against Hawaii. Petersen cautioned that the Huskies don't need Lindquist to try to go beyond what he showed in practice. Making solid, simple decisions is all Lindquist needs to do.

"Just stay within yourself. You don't need to go out and win this game by yourself. We don't need a bunch of critical errors," Petersen said. "Everybody's not going to play perfect; we get that. But we've got to minimize the critical errors and I think there's enough guys around him to make plays."

Another anticipated debut will come from highly touted freshman Budda Baker, who won the job at safety and will start against Hawaii. Baker was the top prospect in Petersen's first recruiting class and his focus and effort made an impression on coaches during fall camp.

"If it's wind sprints, he tries to win them. Seven-on-7, it looks like a game rep. During meetings, you can see his focus, he's paying attention to everything," Petersen said. "Very, very mature for a young guy in terms of those aspects of his game."

Hawaii has gone 4-20 in Norm Chow's first two seasons on the sidelines, and not much improvement is expected in 2014.

The Warriors lost their first 11 games last season before beating Army 49-42 in their finale. They return 16 starters, though they'll have a new one under center in sophomore Ikaika Woolsey.

Woolsey played briefly last season, going 11 for 29 for 143 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions.

This will be the fourth meeting between the schools. Washington won the most recent, 40-32 in Seattle in 2011, while Hawaii overcame a 21-0 deficit to beat the Huskies 35-28 at home in 2007.

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