Washington Huskies WILL play this weekend despite the Washington State Cougars having to cancel the 2020 incarnation of the Apple Cup slated for this Friday at Martin Stadium in Pullman due to a coronavirus outbreak.


In a tweet that was re-tweeted by UW Football's official account, the Pac-12 announced that the Utah Utes will travel to Mountlake to play the Dawgs on Saturday (Nov.28) in a game to be nationally televised on ABC-TV with kickoff slated for 4:30 p.m.

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@UW_Football 🗓️ Saturday, Nov. 28 ⏰ 7:30p PT | 8:30p MT 📺 ESPN
pic.twitter.com/dYrj75JZjb — Pac-12 Conference (@pac12)

Washington is off to a 2-0 start in this truncated season and are coming off of a convincing win over the Arizona Wildcats 44-27.
You can hear the game on 1460 ESPN Yakima with the voice of the Huskies, Tony Castricone, on the call. Pre-game coverage begins at 3:00 p.m.

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