The Washington Huskies released their first depth chart for their Friday night game against Boise State. The big issue is that there is no starting quarterback announced for their season opener.
Washington currently lists Jeff Lindquist OR K.J. Carta-Samuels OR Jake Browning as their potential starter. Could the Huskies rotate all three quarterbacks against Boise State? Or will a starter be named later this week? There were rumors that Browning would be named the starter, and Chris Petersen did say he has named a starter internally but won't reveal it until the Boise State game. We'll see who the man is on Friday night.
The Huskies also don't have a starting running back, with both Dwayne Washington and Lavon Coleman listed with the "OR" standard.
The Huskies have an unresolved battle at right tackle between Matt James and Kaleb McGary. At tight end, Joshua Perkins, Darrell Daniels, Drew Sample are looking to earn the starting spot and still seem to be in a pitched battle there.
Brian Clay is the starter at strong safety. Battling for the backup spot is Jojo McIntosh and Ezekiel Turner.
Kevin King and Darren Gardenhire are listed as "OR" at one cornerback spot.
Budda Baker is currently the starting kick returner, with Austin Joyner and Chico McClatcher are right behind them.