Washington coach Chris Petersen has noticed an elevated amount of focus from Jake Browning in the quarterback’s senior season.
Petersen talked about Browning’s laser focus in his final year in Seattle. The quarterback is setting an example on and off the field.
“He’s doing a nice job,” Petersen said, per The Seattle Times’ Adam Jude. “It’s one of those subtle things. He’s very much a perfectionist, so he comes to work every day really trying to elevate his game. I think he’s been sharp and I think he’s gotten some good work. I think there’s some new little wrinkles we’re doing that he’s still working through and working on, which is great.
“I always enjoy watching Jake practice because he’s on a mission every day to try and improve his game.”
Most preseason polls have Washington ranked as the best team in the Pac-12. The Huskies should be one of the upper-echelon teams in college football this season.
Browning’s mission become apparent when he decided to comeback for his senior year. He believes he has unfinished business at Washington.