Heaps: How UW Huskies’ secondary can confuse QBs into throwing INTs
The No. 10 UW Huskies have maybe the most talented secondary in all of college football, but the talent isn’t limited to their defensive backs’ athleticism or play-making ability. They also deserve credit for how well they can execute a tricky game plan.
In his first Huskies play breakdown as a contributor for 710 ESPN Seattle, former NFL and NCAA quarterback Jake Heaps shares how Washington’s secondary was able to disguise its looks to confuse Utah QB Tyler Huntley in last week’s 21-7 victory, eventually resulting in an interception by Jordan Miller.