Coming off of a truncated 2020 college football season due to the coronavirus where U-Dub only played 4 games, there were already a bunch of question marks regarding the Washington Huskies upcoming season. There are tons more head-scratchers following a dismal season-opening 13-7 loss at home to the Montana Grizzlies. They became just the 6th FCS team to beat a Division I NCAA football team.
Regardless, the Huskies "Dawgfather", former Defensive Coordinator Jimmy Lake, will have to face the music and try to analyze just what went wrong and what needs to be done to correct it -- in very short order -- before Washington travels to "The Big House" in Ann Arbor to take on the Michigan Wolverines.

Lake is in just his second year as the head coach after taking over for his predecessor Chris Petersen who abruptly stepped down following the 2019 campaign.

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What is the current state of Husky football? Find out tonight with the debut of the "Jimmy Lake Show" beginning at 6:00 p.m. right here on your home for Husky football - 1460 ESPN Yakima - with host and the voice of the U-Dub, Tony Castricone.
The show will air every Wednesday night (with a couple of exceptions) throughout the 2021 Pac-12 season. Use the hashtag #JimmyLakeShow on Twitter to have your question asked and answered on the program!

Don't forget that 1460 ESPN Yakima is your home for every University of Washington Huskies football and men's basketball game and all the action is brought to you locally by Mickey's Pub at the Orion Theater in Yakima.

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