Huskies two-minute drill
Player of the game Keith Price stayed healthy this week and showed why he won the starting job, completing 18 of 25 passes for a career-high...
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Player of the game
Keith Price stayed healthy this week and showed why he won the starting job, completing 18 of 25 passes for a career-high 315 yards and four touchdowns. He was 8 for 8 for 193 yards in the first quarter as UW jumped to a 21-0 lead.
Play of the game
The tone for the offense was set on the first two plays as Price went deep to tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins for gains of 30 and 47 yards.
After Hawaii scored to cut the lead to 31-26 early in the fourth quarter, the Huskies stopped the Warriors' two-point try, then drove 75 yards in nine plays on their next possession, culminating in a 14-yard pass from Price to Seferian-Jenkins, to retake command.
UW's 28 points in the first half were the most the Huskies had scored in one half since 2007 in a game at Hawaii. The Huskies lost that one 35-28.
S Nate Fellner (hamstring), LB Cort Dennison (quad bruise) and S Greg Walker (concussion). Fellner left late in the game and was replaced by Justin Glenn. Dennison remained in the game, and his injury is not considered serious.
"Coach Sark really cracked the whip this week to make us enthusiastic. That is our fire. I think we came out today and really played with intensity." — WR James Johnson.
By the numbers
17.5UW's average yards per pass completion after not completing a single pass longer than 10 yards last week against Eastern Washington.
21UW points in the first quarter, tied for the sixth-most points in a first quarter in Husky history.
24Career touchdowns for Jermaine Kearse, six shy of the school record of 30 held by Mario Bailey.
21-30Opponents' third-down conversion rate against UW this season.
|Sept. 3||EWU||W, 30-27|
|Sept. 10||Hawaii||W, 40-32|
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