Oct 12, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Oregon Ducks running back Byron Marshall (9) breaks a tackle by Washington Huskies linebacker Shaq Thompson (7) during the 2nd half at Husky Stadium. Oregon defeated Washington 45-24. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

UW's Justin Wilcox says Huskies made 'far too many errors' against Oregon

It’s okay, Wilcox. The Ducks kinda have the tendency to bring out the worst in most defenses.

Washington Huskies defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox was not happy upon watching the film of Washington’s 45-24 loss the Oregon Ducks:

Obviously, we got to do a better job — I got to do a better job during the week preparing and helping our guys be successful. And then when we get on the field, we have to be successful and apply the things we worked on during the week. Whether we were a step out of position here or there against a team like that, when you’re a step late it’s gonna show up in a pretty big way.


There were some good things on the tape. There were far too many errors. There’s a lot of plays we can point on where we could definitely have played better (The Seattle Times).

Even though they lacked running back De’Anthony Thomas, the Ducks were still able to dominate Huskies to win their tenth consecutive game in the rivalry. Oregon gained 631 yards of total offense and averaged over 11 yards per pass and five yards per rush. The Huskies better figure things out quick because they face an explosive Arizona State Sun Devils team this Saturday.

[Source: The Seattle Times]

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