GAMECENTER Join the conversation as Washington takes on No. 14 Arizona State at Husky Stadium. On the first drive of the game, ASU's Jaelen Strong misses the pass and tips the ball back to the Huskies, who tip the ball further back to ASU's Lloyd Carrington for the completion.
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