Washington Huskies Visiting the “Big House” With a Lot to Prove
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Washington has a lot to prove, coming off a loss to Montana. Michigan does, too. The two unranked teams will meet Saturday night at the Big House in Michigan. The Huskies went into the season as the 20th-ranked team in the country and it opened with a thud in a 13-7 home loss to the Grizzlies. Washington became the first ranked FBS team to lose to a FCS team in five years. The Wolverines got off to a much better start, routing Western Michigan 47-14. They lost receiver and returner Ronnie Bell to an injury in the opener.