Russell Wilson rushed for a career-high 122 yards on 11 carries, and the Seahawks survived their “neutral zone infractions,” holds, false starts and other miscues in a 27-17 win over Washington.
Bob Condotta: Penalties hadn't really been an issue in the first three games for Seattle, with the Seahawks called for 19. But Seattle almost matched that against Washington with 13 for 90 yards, three nullifying touchdowns. That obviously can't continue.
Darwin Jones of the Huskies might have been overshadowed by Jordan Morris of Stanford, but once the match started, there was no missing Jones, who scored late.
Plenty happened on this last Seahawks' scoring drive that put them up 24-10 and appeared to put the game out of reach...
Cheng-Tsung Pan is second at 6-under 134, three strokes off the lead.
There will be no extended October run for either the Los Angeles Angels or the Detroit Tigers. Both were swept at the American League Division Series level Sunday and will try to regroup in 2015.
The Baltimore Orioles won Game 3 in Detroit to sweep the Tigers in their American League Division Series. The Orioles will face Kansas City in the best-of-seven AL Championship Series.
The Kansas City Royals beat the visiting Los Angeles Angels 8-3 in Game 3 to sweep their AL Division Series.
The Seahawks took a 17-7 lead at halftime against Washington, but it felt like it could have been much more.
A closer look at the Cougars’ next opponent
Russell Wilson playmaking ability was on full display late in the first half as he helped the Seahawks extend their lead to 17-0.
The Seahawks wasted little time getting out to a lead against Washington on Monday, taking the opening kickoff and driving 65 yards in six plays. The drive culminated with a 15-yard pass from Russell Wilson to Jermaine Kearse (video here) with 12:44 to go in the first quarter. Photo below by John Lo
A few quick notes on this Monday afternoon while former Mariner Doug Fister is dealing for the Nats.
Here are Seattle's inactive players for the Monday night game against Washington: CB Tharold Simon, RB Christine Michael, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, OT Alvin Bailey, WR Kevin Norwood, TE Zach Miller and DL Greg Scruggs.
Notes, quotes and video from Chris Petersen's weekly Monday press conference:
UW senior center Colin Tanigawa after practice on Monday:
No major changes here in the UW depth chart just released for Saturday's matchup against Cal.
Washington's road game at Oregon on Oct. 18 will kick off at 5 p.m. for a Fox Sports 1 broadcast, the Pac-12 announced today.
California won one of the league’s all-time wacko games, 60-59, over WSU, a game of preposterous performance that ended when a kicker fluffed a 19-yard field goal. It was Connor Halliday who threw for 734 yards and yet, it’s on Halliday that the number didn’t end at 736.