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Plenty for No. 10 UW Huskies to improve on offense for Rose Bowl

It will be three-plus weeks until the No. 9 UW Huskies return to the field for the Rose Bowl against No. 6 Ohio State, which means there are three-plus weeks to address some of the issues that held Washington’s offense back in their 10-3 win over Utah in the Pac-12 Championship last week.

Pac-12 champion UW Huskies get Big Ten champ Ohio State in Rose Bowl

Sure, the Huskies won to lock up the conference championship and their first Rose Bowl bid in 18 years, but they didn’t score an offensive touchdown as Byron Murphy’s pick-six was the only trip to the end zone for either team.

This week in Jake Heaps’ trip to the Film Room, he looks at some of the things the Washington offense can address before it heads down to Pasadena to play the Buckeyes in Urban Meyer’s last game.

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