Breaking down Washington, BYU's Fight Hunger Bowl opponent
Ted S. Warren, AP
As 2013 comes to a close, BYU has one last opponent before seniors such as Kyle Van Noy and Cody Hoffman say farewell to the program. And once again, BYU has to face a big-name team from a big-time conference: Washington of the Pac-12.
While Washington will be under an interim head coach, the Huskies are a dangerous opponent on offense, defense and special teams.
Lafe Peavler is a sportswriter intern at the Deseret News.
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