Coming off an early bye week and plenty of time to stew over what went wrong in a 41-28 loss to USC in Week 2, Stanford gets No. 18 Washington in Seattle.

There might not be a team on the West Coast that’s hotter than the Huskies. Many expected the two in Los Angeles to get off to hot starts. Few expected the kind of beatdown Washington fans enjoyed last week when the Huskies jumped all over then-No. 11 Michigan State in the first half and cruised to a comfortable 39-28 win.

Coach Kalen DeBoer, in his first season at the helm for UW, has Washington off to a 3-0 start. The Huskies look like a real contender in the Pac-12. Meanwhile, David Shaw, one of the longest-tenured coaches not just in the conference but in the country, is looking to get the Cardinal to 2-1 on the year.

Here are all the details you need for the game.

TV and Kickoff Time

Kickoff time: 7:30 p.m. PT

TV Network: FS1; fans can also watch the game live on FOXSports.com with a cable or satellite provider login

Betting odds

Line: Washington -13.5

Total: 61.5

Money line: Washington -580; Stanford +420

Via FanDuel

Expert predictions

ESPN’s FPI gives Washington an 82.1% chance of beating Stanford.

Bill Connelly’s SP+ is predicting a 34-19 win for Washington.

The Seattle Times’ Mike Vorel has Washington taking care of business and winning 41-27:

There are reasons to worry. UW has not responded well to a national ranking over the last several years, and Stanford — with a bye week at its back — may be better than its most recent loss suggests. This isn’t, and shouldn’t be, a 30-point spread. And yet, this is a new era at Washington — and coach Kalen DeBoer has earned the full focus and confidence of a talented team. UW’s offense is designed and prepared to pick apart Stanford’s secondary, and Penix and Co. will do just that. The Huskies will effectively stuff the run for a second consecutive game, and the defense will force a turnover or two to extinguish Cardinal momentum. McKee will have some success, but same as Thorne, those contributions will only get Stanford so far. No. 18 Washington will get a home win to kick off Pac-12 play.

Dawgman.com’s Chris Fetters has UW winning 49-21:

Now that we’ve seen what Washington is capable of, it’s a matter of how the Huskies can maintain that standard. Stanford comes into town licking their wounds a little bit, getting humbled by USC, but they’ve had an extra week to prepare, and we’ve already seen a big wrinkle to their offense with the inclusion of the ‘slow mesh’ wrinkle to the RPO game that came from Wake Forest. Not having EJ Smith is a huge blow for the Cardinal, who are also going on the road for the first time. The way the Huskies have hit the ground running in each game, outscoring their opponents by a combined 91-24 in the first half, I don’t see them deviating from that blueprint. The only question is, how big will their halftime lead, and how big will their second half lead be before they call off the Dawgs?

The Stanford Daily’s Pablo Noyola has Stanford pulling the upset, 34-31:

Stanford has the playmakers in the secondary to step up in key moments. All it takes is a few timely stops, and the offense can put up the points to hand Washington a first loss of the year.