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Washington vs. Oregon State: Huskies send Beavers to first loss, 20-17

The Washington Huskies sank Oregon State's chances at a BCS game with a 20-17 victory on Saturday night.

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These Huskies are a bit hard to predict

The Huskies' bizarre season continued as they upset their second top-1o team this year.


Beavers banged up after loss to Washington

Washington defeated No. 7 Oregon State on Saturday.


Huskies upset the Beavers: Grading the game

The Washington Huskies upset No. 7 Oregon State on Saturday.


Huskies shock Beavers, soak in upset

From the outset, it was upset all the way. The Washington Huskies wanted to knock off the previously unbeaten Oregon St. Beavers and that's exactly what they ended up doing. A 10-point lead at the half evaporated after the third quarter, but the now 4-4 Huskies were able to do enough in the fourth quarter to shock the No. 7 team in the country.

And all UW Dawg Pound could do was continue to yell ‘Upset!' It's all they wanted. All they sensed. Upset. Upset. Upset. And they got it.

UW Dawg Pound had to show love to quarterback Keith Price for having his best game of the season, Sean Parker for playing the best game of his career and Steve Sarkisian for his play-calling on offense. The defense pulled down four interceptions and Desmond Trufant continued his great season as a dominant defensive back.

What it all added up to was an ‘Upset!' and the UW Dawg Pound will take it.


Oregon State out-played, out-coached in loss to UW

The Oregon St. Beavers saw their undefeated streak come to an end on Saturday night at the hands of the Washington Huskies. Sean Mannion returned from knee surgery and looked good at times, although he was relatively ineffective in the second half before being pulled for Cody Vaz. The defense was unable to come away with a big stop late, and when it was all said and done, OSU lost for the first time in 2012.

Here is what SB Nation's Oregon State blog, Building The Dam, took away from the game. They weren't too pleased with how any of the units performed in Seattle.

But (Washington) did out-play, out-hit, out-tackle, and really out-coach their formerly unbeaten and 7th ranked neighbors. And when you win the turnover battle 4-1, as the Huskies did, you don't need to out-rush or out-pass you opponent to win. And Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian's game plan on both sides of the ball was great.

Be sure to check out the full article from Building The Dam. There's some great insight from what was a tough loss for the Beavers.

Fortunately for Oregon State, the season is still far from over. They still control their own destiny in the Pac-12 North, although they'd likely have to win the remainder of their games, including a Nov. 24 showdown with Oregon.

Next up on the schedule is Arizona State. The Sun Devils lost at home this weekend to UCLA in the closing seconds, which extended their losing skid to two games.


Huskies upset No. 7 Beavers, 20-17

Oregon State was playing catch-up with the Washington Huskies all game. Despite coming back and tying the game twice, the Beavers lost, 20-17.


Oregon State ties the game at 10 in 3rd quarter

No. 7 Oregon State wants to remain perfect on their year. The only thing standing in their way right now is the Washington Huskies. After being down 10-0 at the half, the Beavers began their comeback in the third by tying the game at ten apiece.

Oregon State finally got on the scoreboard with 7:37 left in the third quarter. Quarterback Sean Mannion completed a 54-yard pass to Brandin Cooks for the touchdown; kicker Trevor Romaine successfully completed the PAT, putting the Beavers within three points of Washington.

Romaine would factor into the scoring again with a field goal about five minutes later, drawing Oregon State even with Washington at 10 points.

Washington has not scored since a Bishop Sankey one-yard rushing touchdown at 4:09 in the second quarter. Huskies quarterback Keith Price is 13-for-22 for 121 yards and one interception. Sankey leads all rushers with 22 carries for 85 yards. Wide receiver Jaydon Mickens leads the team with two receptions for 42 yards.


Upset-minded Huskies prepare for No. 7 Beavers

The Huskies are looking to get back on track against No. 7 OSU.


Keith Price not worried about the critics

Washington's Keith Price said he isn't worried about the critics following a tough stretch.


Huskies, Beavers battle on Saturday night.

Previewing this weekend's Pac-12 North battle between the Huskies and Beavers.


Oregon State 'paints' Space Needle orange

Oregon State is preparing to face Washington in Seattle on Saturday. Those preparations did not include painting a Beaver logo on the Space Needle, even if it seemed that way.


Is Austin Seferian-Jenkins the best Husky TE ever?

Former Washington Huskies tight end Rod Jones believes current tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins will end his career as the best in program history. Jones, who is currently an academic adviser at his alma mater, has told Seferian-Jenkins such, according to Bob Condotta.

Said the current UW tight end to Condotta:

"When I was looking into it, I wanted to definitely be one of those tight ends that at the end of my career, whenever that is, to be up there and be the best there ever was here."

With 37 receptions on the year, Seferian-Jenkins is well on his way. He's 11 catches off a single-season record for UW tight ends, a number held by Jerramy Stevens and his 48 catches in 2000. The sophomore has 78 career catches, 17 behind all-time leader Mark Bruener.

Arguably, Seferian-Jenkins is one of the best in the nation. Statistically, he has the edge, leading all NCAA tight ends in receptions this year.

At 6'6 and 266 pounds, Seferian-Jenkins has people on notice, especially Jones, who, according to Condotta, the current tight end called a "father figure."


Pac-12 Network covers Pacific Northwest in Week 9

The Oregon Ducks, Washington State Cougars, Washington Huskies and Oregon State Beavers will all air on the Pac-12 Network in Week 9.


Coach Sarkisian: Keith Price is our QB

Sarkisian has no plans to bench quarterback Keith Price despite his recent struggles during the Huskies' three-game losing streak.


Sean Mannion to start for OSU vs. Washington

Quarterback Sean Mannion will start versus Washington this Saturday.


Bad grades for Huskies after 52-17 loss

The grades for the Huskies, especially the defense, aren't too impressive after a thumping from Arizona in the desert.


Sarkisian discusses relationship with QB Price

Washington Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian said that he feels QB Keith Price needs to trust him more after the team's 52-17 loss to the Arizona Wildcats this past weekend.


Washington projected for Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

The Washington Huskies are the only team in the state currently projected to make a bowl game in CBS' latest model.

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