SEATTLE (AP) — New Washington offensive coordinator John Donovan was already stepping into a challenging situation before college football was thrown off course by the coronavirus pandemic. It had been nearly five years since he last coached on a college campus and he was installing a new offense for the Huskies without knowing who his quarterback would be when the new season rolled around. Donovan has now taken his teaching and evaluation online with the Huskies unable to have spring practice. It's another obstacle in making the QB decision.