Washington Huskies Football: 10 Bold Predictions for the 2012 Season

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Washington Huskies Football: 10 Bold Predictions for the 2012 Season
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After a season full of ups and downs, the Washington Huskies are looking to take the PAC-12 by storm in 2012.

Following a 67-56 Alamo Bowl loss to Baylor, the Huskies have a brand new look and feel to their team with the hirings of new defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox, linebackers coach Peter Sirmon and defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi.

These hirings have been heard around the nation as some are naming Washington's new staff as one of the best in the offseason. These new coaches helped head coach Steve Sarkisian pull in his third straight top 25 recruiting class.

The nation got a glimpse of what a healthy Keith Price can do when he can utilize his legs, as he accounted for seven touchdowns and out-dueled Heisman winner Robert Griffin III.

The 2012 season could be the season where the Huskies turn the tide in the PAC-12, these are my bold predictions for the upcoming season, although they might not be as bold in a Husky fans' eyes.

Enjoy.

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