Washington hired Arizona’s Jedd Fisch to succeed Kalen DeBoer as the next coach of the Huskies. A person familiar with the deal said that Fisch had agreed to a seven-year deal that will pay an average of $7.75 million annually. Less than a week after playing for the national championship, the Huskies moved quickly to fill the vacancy created when DeBoer left for Alabama. Washington athletic director Troy Dannen targeted Fisch quickly and flew to Tucson, Arizona, on Sunday to complete the deal, flying back to Seattle later in the day with the Huskies new head coach.