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Season Grade: Passing Game

Washington's passing game dropped off significantly from 2011 to 2012. In 2011, the Huskies were the 35th-best pass offense in the country, averaging 255 yards a game through the air. In 2012, UW only averaged 210 yards a game, sliding them 53 spots down the FBS ladder to the spot occupied by the double-snowman (88). Frosty, indeed.

The Good - You can't talk about the receivers and tight ends without talking about sophomores Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Kasen Williams. The two combined for 77 catches for 965 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2011; this year they bumped their numbers up considerably; 134 catches for 1572 yards - but still 12 touchdowns. So they increased their production by well over 50 percent, but couldn't crack... Recommended Stories

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