|1970 Washington Huskies football|
|1970 record||6–4 (4–3 Pac-8)|
|Head coach||Jim Owens (14th season)|
|Captain||Bo Cornell (RB)|
|Captain||Tom Failla (DT)|
|Home stadium||Husky Stadium|
|1970 Pacific-8 football standings|
|#8 Stanford †||6||–||1||–||0||9||–||3||–||0|
|† – Conference champion |
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1970 Washington Huskies football team was an American football team that represented the University of Washington during the 1970 college football season. In its 14th season under head coach Jim Owens, the team compiled a 6–4 record, finished in a four-way tie for second place in the Pacific-8 Conference, and outscored its opponents by a combined total of 334 to 216. Bo Cornell and Tom Failla were the team captains.
|September 19||Michigan State*||W 42–16||52,240|
|September 29||No. 10 Michigan*||L 3–17||56,106|
|October 3||Navy*||W 56–7||55,292|
|October 10||California||L 28–31||53,420|
|October 17||at No. 11 USC||L 25–28||56,166|
|October 24||at Oregon State||W 29–20||27,911|
|October 31||No. 16 Oregon||W 25–13||58,580|
|November 7||at No. 6 Stanford||L 22–29||59,066|
|November 14||No. 17 UCLA||W 61–20||59,208|
|November 21||vs. Washington State||W 43–25||33,200|
|1970 Washington Huskies football team roster|
| Special teams
Four Huskies were selected in the 1971 NFL Draft, which lasted seventeen rounds (442 selections).
|Ernie Janet||Guard||2nd||37||San Francisco 49ers|
|Bo Cornell||Running back||2nd||40||Cleveland Browns|
|Bruce Jarvis||Center||3rd||53||Buffalo Bills|
|Ken Lee||Linebacker||8th||204||Detroit Lions|
- ↑ "Washington Yearly Results (1970-1974)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/w/washington/1970-1974_yearly_results.php. Retrieved December 14, 2015.
- ↑ "WSU vs. Washington (rosters)". Spokane Daily Chronicle ((Washington)): p. 17. November 20, 1970. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=V5FYAAAAIBAJ&sjid=RvgDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4694%2C1735541.
- ↑ "Huskies vs. Cougars (rosters)". Spokesman-Review ((Spokane, Washington)): p. 12. November 21, 1970. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=9uwjAAAAIBAJ&sjid=3ewDAAAAIBAJ&pg=7148%2C1333311.
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