9 Washington Huskies vs Stanford Cardinal live stream: This Friday at 7:30 p.m., Stanford (6-3, 5-2 Pac-12) will go up against No.9 Washington (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12) at home, an extreme matchup that takes after a short week where the Cardinal just had six days to rest after a misfortune to Washington State. For the Huskies’, they additionally have a short week, falling off of a conclusive 38-3 triumph over the Oregon Ducks. They’ve climbed to No. 9 in the AP survey, and they need a triumph to move them towards the College Football Playoffs.
Date: Friday, Nov. 10
Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
Location: Stanford, Calif.
Venue: Stanford Stadium
TV: FOX Sports 1
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go
STORYLINES: For the Cardinal, this is a last remain regarding its expectations of meeting all requirements for the Pac-12 title amusement on Dec. 1 not far off at Levi’s Stadium … But in the event that the Huskies lose, the Pac-12 will no doubt get close out of the College Football Playoff … If Stanford running back Bryce Love is to make up any ground in the wake of missing 1½ diversions with a lower leg damage and a dull execution at Washington State in which he was held to 17 yards on 16 conveys — disregarding his 52-yard touchdown in the second quarter — this is a prime open door … After all, something’s gotta give: Washington hasn’t permitted a surge of more than 29 yards, while Love severed a 52-yard keep running in each amusement he’s played this season … It’s likewise an uncommon groups standoff between Dante Pettis, who a week ago broke a NCAA record with a 64-yard punt come back to the house (the ninth of his profession) versus Stanford punter Jake Bailey, seemingly the best at his activity in the Pac-12 … “Hang time and heading are vital,” Stanford mentor David Shaw said. “You have the best possible hang time for your folks to get down there, and you must have incredible course and area so that the folks know where the ball is going and we can attempt to fence him — ideally influence him to reasonable catch the ball and ideally stick him into the sidelines. … This isn’t a person you need to let free.” … In a year ago’s 44-6 misfortune in Seattle, another Friday night issue, the Cardinal was without cornerbacks Quenton Meeks and Alijah Holder; the last is out for the season, yet Meeks is solid this time around … “It was an intense for me since I needed to watch everything from the sideline, so I’m started up and prepared to go,” Meeks said. “Everything it does is simply spur to not rehash, and it rouses you to turn out more grounded than you did a year ago in light of the fact that we turned out level when we played them up there. They certainly needed the amusement more than us, that is the thing that it came down to.”
Details THAT MATTER: In its previous 26 diversions, Washington is 23-3 … The Huskies include a few local people in a unit that leads the country in all out guard (240.9 ypg), positions second in scoring safeguard (11.1 ppg), No. 3 in pass guard (149.8 ypg) and No. 6 in surge resistance (91.1) — linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven (Sacred Heart Prep) and guarded lineman Vita Vea (Milpitas), the last a conceivable first-round pick in one year from now’s NFL Draft … “This isn’t trying to say that since we’re going to play them and you’re attempting to flatter them, similar to many people do,” Shaw said. “You watch them and this gatherings is comparable to we’ve seen since we’ve been here going on 11 years — touchy, physical, enormous, quick. They play hard, they play quick, they rally to the football. Also, they don’t surrender huge plays.” … Washington quarterback Jake Browning is tied for vocation record in touchdown passes (75) in program history … Last year he was 15-of-21 for 210 yards with three touchdowns as the Huskies hopped out to a 23-0 lead at the half … “We need to back them off,” Shaw said. “We need to keep the ball, we need to run the ball and toss the ball with effectiveness. When we get at last zone we need to score touchdowns. This isn’t a group that you will beat in a field objective fight.” … Love 4 Love: The 5-foot-10, 196-pound junior found the end zone in each of his previous 10 recreations, one short of tying Toby Gerhart for a school record; he additionally drives the country with 182.0 surging yard for each diversion … Stanford security Justin Reid positions second in the country and leads the Pac-12 with five capture attempts.