Washington didn’t get it done. The Huskies starting QB Keith Price didn’t get it done. The Washington defense didn’t get it done. The coaching staff was also found wanting. All across the board, Washington was inferior to the Ducks (6-0) on October 12th.
Marcus Mariota threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns, added another 88 yards and one TD rushing, and the second-ranked Ducks won their 10th straight over their rivals to the north with a 45-24 victory over No. 16 Washington on Saturday.
The call was heartbreaking, especially after the fight the team showed for 58 minutes to give itself an opportunity to win.
Ty Montgomery had several drops and one of his worst games in a loss at Washington last season. A year later, he turned in a breakout performance that saved Stanford.
What the Huskies have going for them is an increase in offensive production thanks to the switch to an up-tempo scheme, a resurgence in Keith Price and a more experienced offensive line.
The undefeated Washington Huskies head to the Bay Area this weekend looking to remain unbeaten. It will not be easy. Their opposition is the also-undefeated No. 5 Stanford Cardinal, who placed quite the beating on […]
Through a rain-soaked evening in Seattle, the Huskies came through with another outstanding performance to emerge with a 31-13 win and their first 4-0 start since 2001.
Bishop Sankey carried a school-record 40 times for 161 yards and a touchdown and Keith Price threw for two touchdowns to help No. 16 Washington beat Arizona 31-13 on Saturday night.
Keith Price threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns in less than a half and No. 17 Washington routed Idaho State 56-0 on Saturday.
Through two games, Washington’s junior running back is the national leader in yards rushing per game, averaging 184.5. That may be surprising considering all the yards Washington has posted thanks to its new no-huddle offense. But much of Washington’s offensive success so far is predicated on Bishop Sankey’s running.