Washington vs. Arizona results: Huskies overpowered by Wildcats, 52-17

After losing a close game to Stanford the previous week, the high scoring Arizona Wildcats were still looking for their first win in the Pac-12. They got the first victory at the expense of the Washington Huskies. 'Zona dominates Washington, 52-17.

The only time Washington held a lead was 10 minutes into the first quarter. After the field goal, Arizona took over for the rest of the game. 'Zona quarterback Matt Scott completed 14-of-22 passes for 256 yards and 4 touchdowns; this is in addition to his 8 carries for 43 yards and 1 touchdown. Running back Ka'Deem Carey carried the ball 29 times for 172 yards and 1 touchdown.

Washington quarterback Keith Price managed to match his opposing quarterback's yard total of 256. The only difference is that it took 29-of-52 tries to get to that point. Price threw 2 interceptions and was sacked 4 times. Of the 2 touchdowns scored by the Huskies, one went to running back Bishop Sankey and the other to tight-end Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Washington is now on a 3 game losing streak, taking their record to 3-4 overall and 1-3 in conference.

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