A preview of the biggest question mark facing Washington this spring - will Keith Price remain as the starting quarterback?
Arizona fan and Pacific Takes blogger Adam Butler answers some questions from Washington fan and fellow Pacific Takes blogger Jack Follman about the Huskies and Wildcats quasi-rivalry.
Steve Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies put together a strong recruiting class headlined by Elijah Qualls, Marcus Farria, Darrell Daniels, Demorea Stringfellow and others.
UCLA Bruins forward Shabazz Muhammad is probably the Pac-12 player of the year favorite, although his teammates Jordan Adams and Kyle Anderson along with C.J. Wilcox of the Washington Huskies can make their case.
Steve Sarkisian seems to be doing an okay job as Washington Huskies head coach, but average probably won't cut it as his tenure wears on.
Reuben Foster enjoyed his visit to Washington, although it's pretty vague as to whether it improved the status of the Huskies to race the SEC country recruit.
Steve Sarkisian is a potential Philadelphia Eagles coaching candidate, but it's probably a long shot.
Kameron Rooks has the Arizona Wildcats, California Golden Bears, Washington Huskies, Arizona State Sun Devils, and Connecticut Huskies in his final five.
Aaron Cochran is being looked at by several other schools, including the California Golden Bears, Oklahoma Sooners and Washington Huskies.
Upland defensive end Joe Mathis has a final five that includes the UCLA Bruins, Washington Huskies, USC Trojans, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Texas A&M Aggies.