Washington-Stanford: Game time, TV channel, how to watch online for Week 11 game (Nov. 10, 2017)

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Washington and Stanford meet in a Pac-12 North Division showdown on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Find game time, TV channel and how to watch online information below.

The ninth-ranked Huskies (8-1, 5-1) are the Pac-12’s best hope to make the playoffs, moving up three spots in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. To get into the top four will require not just winning out but to have other teams above them in the rankings fall by the wayside either this week or before the final standings come out on Dec. 3.

Washington holds a half-game lead in the north division on Stanford (6-3, 5-2) and Washington State (8-2, 5-2), two of its final three opponents.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Washington-Stanford game:

Washington-Stanford game time, details:

Date: Friday, Nov. 10, 2017

Time: 7:30 p.m. PT

Location: Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, Calif.

Line: Washington (-8)

What TV channel is Washington-Stanford on?

Washington-Stanford will air on Fox Sports 1. You can find what channel that is in your area here.

How can I watch Washington-Stanford online?

Washington-Stanford can be streamed on FoxSportsGo.com with a cable or satellite subscription, or on the FoxSportsGo app on your tablet.

How can I listen to Washington-Stanford on the radio?

Washington-Stanford can be heard on KOMO 1000-AM or 97.7 FM in the Seattle area, KNBR 1050 AM or KZSU 90.1 FM in the Bay Area or on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 84.

Washington-Stanford preview, keys to the game

Establish and contain the run

Washington has gone away from a balanced offense the last two weeks and leaned heavily on its run game, partly because of the opponents it has faced and also due to injuries at the wide receiver position. The Huskies have run for 580 yards and seven touchdowns in the two games since losing at Arizona State, when they managed just 91 rushing yards on 31 carries.

Quarterback Jake Browning remains an integral part of Washington’s offense but he’s better when on play action and after the run has set things up. In the past two games he’s averaged 10.1 yards per attempt compared to 7.9 in Washington’s first seven games and 6.5 in the first four Pac-12 games.

How Washington handles the run will also be key, particularly in what it does to slow down Stanford’s Bryce Love. The FBS leader in rushing yards per game, at 182, Love is coming off a season-low 69 yards in a loss at Washington State after missing the previous game because of an ankle injury.

Washington allows 91.1 rushing yards per game, sixth in the country, and last week Oregon’s Royce Freeman became the first opposing player all season to gain 100 yards on the ground.

Prepare for multiple looks

Stanford has flip-flopped between quarterbacks throughout the season, with redshirt freshman K.J. Costello set to start for the second game in a row on Friday. Costello was just 9-of-20 for 105 yards and an interception at Washington State while senior Ryan Burns saw snaps as well but primarily was a runner.

There’s also junior Keller Chryst, who started five of Stanford’s first six games, to be concerned with. He didn’t play at Washington State after struggling in a 15-14 win at Oregon State.

Washington is No. 3 nationally in pass defense, allowing 149.8 yards per game. UCLA, which threw two touchdowns agains the Huskies on Oct. 28, is the only team in Pac-12 play to find the end zone through the air.

Account for Harrison Phillips

Stanford allows 21.3 points per game, second only to Washington (11.1) in Pac-12 play. A huge part of that defense is senior defensive tackle Harrison Phillips, who seems to always be around the ball.

The 6’4”, 295-pound Phillips has 67 tackles, 10th-most in the conference but tops among down linemen. He also has 4.5 sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss, with nine TFL in Pac-12 play.

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