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Jake Heaps’ Film Room: New wrinkle will only make No. 10 UW Huskies’ offense that much better

It was not an easy start for the UW Huskies’ offense to the 2018 season, but that all seems like a distant memory now.

Improved protection, improved offense for No. 10 UW Huskies

In last Saturday’s big 35-7 win over then-No. 20 BYU, Jake Browning looked a lot more like the quarterback that helped take the Huskies to the College Football Playoff two years ago than the one who struggled in the first few weeks of this season. A big reason for that is continued confidence in new offensive coordinator Bush Hamdan’s system.

In the attached video, former NFL and NCAA quarterback Jake Heaps breaks down one play in particular from the win over BYU that shows the growth the No. 10 Huskies offense in making. The play Heaps diagrams features a run-pass option, or RPO, a new wrinkle to UW’s attack that will only make the Dawgs even harder to defend against as the season goes on.

For more video breakdowns from Heaps, click any of the links below:

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