The Seahawks got themselves back in the game late in the third quarter with a 12-play, 84-yard drive that featured some clutch passing by Russell Wilson and culminated with a 19-yard run around right end by the Seattle quarterback with 4:22 left in the period (watch video here).
The Huskies came into Saturday’s game with what many believed to be its finest defense in at least a decade. Didn’t matter. The No. 9 Ducks piled up 380 yards and 28 points in the first half alone and extended their winning streak over Washington to 11.
Quarterback Cyler Miles exited UW’s 45-20 loss to Oregon early in the fourth quarter with an apparent concussion, and starting running back Dwayne Washington left the game in the first half with a chest injury. Washington’s backup, Lavon Coleman, appeared to injure his right shoulder.
1. Not ready for prime time: After demolishing California 31-7 last week, Washington had hopes of halting its 10-game losing streak to Oregon. However, this one got away from the Huskies in the second quarter when Oregon scored 21 unanswered points to take a 28-6 lead into halftime. Washington never