Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks Recap
October 17, 2015
Oregon's Vernon Adams Jr. threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns, helping the Ducks to their 12th straight win over Washington. Adams completed 14-of-25 passes and didn't commit a turnover. Darren Carrington caught five passes from Adams, including both touchdown passes. Royce Freeman rushed for 138 yards for the Ducks, while the Huskies' Myles Gaskin gained 155 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Washington got within six points in Jake Browning's three-yard touchdown pass to Jaydon Mickens and had a chance to win the game late in the fourth quarter, but Browning was injured and backup K.J. Carta-Samuels threw an interception in Ducks territory.
Usc Trojans Vs. Washington Huskies Recap
October 8, 2015
The Washington Huskies traveled down to Southern California last night to take on their rival USC Trojans in a special Thursday edition of NCAA football. The story of the night was the vaunted Husky defense that stymied almost every Trojan drive.
Ballyhooed quarterback Cody Kessler would only net 156 yards of passing on the night, did not find any of his receivers for scores, plus managed to find the wrong color of jersey twice ending USC drives. While the USC running attack did generate nearly 200 total yards on the night, Tre Madden leading the way with 120 yards, only Ronald Jones II would find pay dirt for the Trojans.
Kessler started the game off with his first INT less than 2-minutes into the game, and it seemed Washingtonâ€™s confidence would just continue to grow. A restless home crowd would let their displeasure be known for most of the night, as the USC offense just could not sustain any sort of successful drive.
Washington won for the 3rd time in 2015, while sending USC to a very disappointing second loss in the Pacific 12 conference.
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Washington Huskies vs. California Golden Bears Recap
September 26, 2015
On September 26, 2015, the two epic teams the Washington Huskies vs. California Golden Bears, had a ground breaking game in which the Huskies came out on top.The Huskies initially had some problems and struggles in their play strategy and in keeping up their fans but this was soon resolved. Many of the Bears players performed exceptionally well in the past , but in this one had some management problems. What does the future hold for these two teams--the Washington Huskies and California Golden Bears ? One can only keep watching to find out for sure--the players and fans however can only win in watching the experience.