Utah vs. Washington score update: Huskies build on lead in third quarter, 27-15

Both Washington and Utah are on two-game win streaks. The Huskies are setup to extend their streak after increasing the lead over Utah to 12 points. Heading into the fourth quarter, Washington leads Utah, 27-15.

Extending Washington's scoring streak to three straight touchdowns was DiAndre Campbell. Campbell received a 9-yard pass from quarterback Keith Price for the TD. A successful point after kick by Travis Coons put the Huskies up by 12 over the Utes.

Utah's offense finally showed up again with six minutes left in the quarter. John White scored his second touchdown of the game on a 20-yard run. The Utes went for, and received, two points following their TD in the first quarter. This time Utah played it safe with a Coleman Petersen kick for one point.

Washington's leading rusher, Bishop Sankey, carried in a 2-yard touchdown with 1:56 to go. Attempting to duplicate Utah's two-point conversion success earlier, the Huskies went for two. The pass to Austin Seferian-Jenkins failed, leaving the Huskies up 27-15.

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