Washington is one of only five schools in the country that is currently projected to be a favorite in every game it plays this fall.

That’s according to The Action Network’s power ratings. Brett McMurphy shared the groupings on social media. The Huskies are joined by Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, and — surprisingly — Louisville as the only teams who should be favored in all 12 games.

The outlet’s model says Utah will be favored in 11 games, Oregon will be favored in 10 games, while UCLA and Oregon State will each be favored in nine games. Lincoln Riley’s USC Trojans aren’t listed.

The Huskies went 11-2 last year, punctuating a fantastic debut season for Kalen DeBoer with a win over Texas in the Alamo Bowl.

In the offseason, the wins kept coming for UW. Breakthrough quarterback Michael Penix Jr. announced he’d return to Seattle for another year, and so too did every other draft-eligible player with a stay-or-go decision to make.

Year 2 for DeBoer brings a loaded schedule.

The Huskies play Michigan State in East Lansing on Sept. 16. They’ll host Oregon a month later. When the calendar flips to November, the Huskies open a three-week stretch that features USC on the road, Utah at home, and Oregon State on the road.

Four other Pac-12 schools won 10 games last season; UW faces all four of them in 2023.