Dunlap (12-0) at Washington (10-2)

3 p.m. at Babcook Field

Last meeting: Dunlap 28-14 in Week 6

All-time series: Washington leads 15-7

Outlook: Washington has turned things around offensively since the last time it met Dunlap. In the Panthers first six games, they were averaging 28.3 points per game. In their last six, they've scored 37.5 points per game. The wishbone formation has been dynamite and has allowed Washington to do something it never has done before, have two running backs as 1,000-yard rushers. Dunlap's can make big plays on both sides of the ball. Junior Josiah Miamen (6-foot-4, 225 pounds) had three sacks in the first meeting and is averaging 16.1 yards per catch. Isaac Guyton lines up opposite of Miamen at receiver and is averaging 17.6 yards per catch. Eagles running back Luke Bennyhoff has scored in every game this season and has 31 rushing touchdowns. He averages 165 yards per game. Washington, when it throws, spreads the ball to receivers Cole Ludolph (26 catches 279 yards) and Logan Klein (20 catches, 272 yards). That same balance translates to the rushing attack with Josh Schellenberg (138 carries, 1,148 yards), Sam Walter (128 carries, 1,138 yards) and Caleb Fisher (128 carries, 687 yards).