Washington (4-1, 0-1 Pac-12) missed its chance at a 5-0 start and a validating victory after four games where it was difficult to get a read on what kind of team the Huskies were. There seems to be fewer questions about Washington’s defense after it forced three turnovers against Stanford — including Shaq Thompson’s forced fumble and 32-yard return for a tying touchdown in the second quarter.
Washington (4-0) opens Pac-12 conference play against Stanford (2-1, 0-1), a perennial powerhouse with a senior quarterback in Kevin Hogan and one of the best offensive lines in the country.
Washington (3-0) welcomes in Georgia State (1-2) from the Sun Belt Conference Saturday looking to fine tune its game one week prior to the opening of Pac-12 Conference play.
Jordan Sibert scored 18 points and Kendall Pollard added a season-high 12 while Dayton rolled past Stanford 82-72 to make the Elite Eight for the first time since 1984.
Trailing by three midway through the second half, Stanford utilized a 10-0 run triggered by a Dwight Powell 3-pointer to take a 57-50 lead with 6:37 to play, and ultimately, control of the game.
Que Johnson scored 14 points and DaVonte Lacy finished with 13 points to lead Washington State (9-16, 2-11) which again fell behind early and couldn’t recover.
Wilcox finished with 17 points and Nigel Williams-Goss added 16 points and five assists. Perhaps the biggest contribution for the Huskies, though, came from guard Mike Anderson who finished with 13 points including two key back-to-back 3-pointers which capped a 12-2 run over the first three minutes of the second half to give Washington a 39-36 lead.
(1090 The Fan) — Chasson Randle scored a game-high 33 points as Stanford upended Washington 79-67, Saturday night. The junior guard was too much to handle for Washington guards Nigel Williams-Goss, Andrew Andrews and C.J. […]
Anthony Brown and Josh Huestis scored 15 points apiece to lead the Cardinal, while guard Marcus Allen added 11 points off the bench. Stanford (11-5, 2-2) outscored the Cougars 40-19 in the second half as it pulled away for the Pac-12 conference victory.
I’m on a big-time roll after a huge week that improved me to 19-4 in college football over the past two weeks, and 13-2 in the NFL to improve my last two weeks to 20-7. No points spreads here, just real-world picks.