Washington Vs. Portland State: Huskies Win Big

The Washington Huskies handled Portland State easily Saturday afternoon, moving to 2-1 on the season.

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Huskies lose Colin Tanigawa to knee injury

During his weekly radio show on Monday, Washington Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian confirmed that sophomore offensive lineman Colin Tanigawa would miss the rest of the 2012 season following a knee injury believed to be suffered in the game against LSU.

When asked about the team's injuries, he reiterated the news regarding Tanigawa and went on to state that linebackers Nate Fellner and Jamaal Kearse should be ready to go for the game against the Stanford Cardinal. Kevin Smith, a starting wide receiver should also return to action at The Link on Saturday.

In Tanigawa's absence, the offensive line will be even more inexperienced for the remainder of the season. One of the other starting lineman, Colin Porter, was forced to walk away from the game due to chronic shoulder ailments. Dexter Charles impressed Sarkisian in the win against Portland, and will have to step up moving forward.

"[Charles] is a nasty guy and plays it physically the way you'd like to see it played," said Sarkisian.

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Portland State Vs. Washington 2012: Rebound Victory Over Vikings Pleases UW Dawg Pound

Against a clearly inferior Portland State Vikings team, the Washington Huskies exploded for 52 points, which served as much more than a release for Huskies faithful after a tough loss to LSU.

For the guys over at UW Dawg Pound, a few key players stood out above the rest in the blowout 52-13 victory.

While the score was indicative of the talent differential and the domination by the Huskies, there were two players that stood above the rest in pure physical domination: Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Despite the strong showing, UW Dawg Pound found a few things to be worried about, including a lack of pure domination one might expect in a FCS-FBS matchup. But the showing was strong.

The physical domination was not where I was looking for it however, the running game worked because of [running back] Bishop Sankey's speed, and the defenders being slower to react,not the offensive line pushing the opposing defense back onto their heels. ... I was almost disapointed by the non-physical domination by the offensive line.

As far as defense went, UW Dawg Pound was more than pleased with what they saw.

The defensive front looked solid overall, not allowing the rush game that involved a bulldozer of a quarterback to get major traction. The secondary looked solid aside from Marcus Peters falling for a double move.

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Portland State Vs. Washington 2012: Final Score And Game Recap

The Washington Huskies demolished the Portland State Vikings on Saturday. They scored less than two minutes into the game and never looked back, posting a final score of 52-13.

Washington's offense was firing on all cylinders. Quarterback Keith Price was efficient and accurate, and Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Kasen Williams both made good targets.. Price left the game midway through the third quarter, giving backup Derrick Brown an opportunity to pick up some experience. The Husky rushing attack was spread out. Bishop Sankey picked up most of the carries, but Erich Wilson II and Dezden Petty both contributed.

Washington's defense was more than up for shutting down Portland State. Marcus Peters was the standout on defense, running back an interception for a touchdown midway through the second quarter. Tre Watson pitched in on special teams, returning a blocked punt for another touchdown.

Portland State's Kieran McDonagh finished 18-for-32 for 178 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

Box Score Hero: Keith Price was 14-for-19 for 181 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions, a fine line for the junior quarterback. Sankey picked up 103 yards on 14 carries, and Seferian-Jenkins led the receiving corps with 78 yards on five catches.

Rankings Ramifications: Neither team was ranked entering the game, and though Washington State posted an impressive victory they're unlikely to climb into the rankings.

But Did They Cover? Washington was favored by 32 points, easily covered in the 52-13 victory.

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Next Week's Schedule: Washington next hosts the Stanford Cardinal, while Portland State plays at home against the Southern Utah Thunderbirds.

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Portland State Vs. Washington Score Update: Huskies Lead After 3 Quarters, 52-6

The Washington Huskies made sure the outcome of their game against the Portland State Vikings was never in doubt, and they've continued that work in the second half. They lead after third quarter, 52-6.

The first half saw the Huskies score on offense, defense, and special teams. Quarterback Keith Price led things, and he's 14-for-19 for 181 yards with three touchdowns through three quarters. Biship Sankey is leading the running game, picking up 103 yards on 14 carries. Tre Watson picked up the special teams score when he ran a blocked field goal back for a touchdown, and Marcus Peters ran back an interception for the defensive score.

The Huskies slowed a bit in the third quarter, playing like a team that had a 45 point lead. They picked up one touchdown about midway through the quarter on a Bishop Sankey rush, and they gave up a touchdown a minute later. Special teams continued to excel, as the extra point on Portland's touchdown was blocked. That was the extent of the scoring in the third, leaving the Huskies still firmly in control.

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Portland State Vs. Washington Score Update: Huskies Dominating, Lead At Halftime, 45-0

The Washington Huskies lead the Portland State Vikings at halftime, 45-0. The Huskies scored on their opening drive and haven't let up, scoring on five out of six offensive drives, plus a touchdown on special teams and another on an interception return.

Washington quarterback Keith Price is 12-for-17 so far, for 150 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Bishop Sankey and Erich Wilson II are splitting the carries, with Sankey getting eight for 523 yards and Wilson II picking up 50 yards on five carries. Austin Seferian-Jenkins is leading the receiving corps with 72 yards on four receptions, including one midway through the fourth quarter that saw him stretch the yardage by dragging at least three Portland defenders down the field.

The special teams score came early in the second quarter when Tre Watson returned a blocked field goal 79 yards. Marcus Peters had the interception, taking a pass from Kieran McDonagh 21 yards for the touchdown.

McDonagh is 9-for-17 for Portland, picking 68 yards with one interception and no scores.

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Portland State Vs. Washington Score Update: Huskies Lead 14-0 After 1 Quarter

After one quarter of action The Washington Huskies lead their Week 3 matchup with the Portland State Vikings, 14-0.
Washington didn't waste any time, going 46 yards on four plays for a touchdown on their opening drive. They forced Portland State to punt on their opening drive, and immediately added another touchdown to go up 14-0 with 11:15 remaning in the quarter. Neither team's offense has managed much more since.

Washington quarterback Keith Price is 5-for-7 for 59 yards with one touchdown, and Bishop Sankey leads the rushing game with 28 yards on three carries with one touchdown. Portland's Kieran McDonagh is 7-for-9 for 18 yards, and DJ Adams leads their running game with 17 yards on four carries.

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Portland State Vs. Washington 2012: Game Time, TV Schedule, Odds And More

The Washington Huskies are fresh off a drubbing at the hands of the LSU Tigers, and are looking to take some of their frustration out at home against the Portland State Vikings this weekend.

The Husky offense has been rather stagnent to start the season, ranking 117th amongst FBS schools so far in points scored. They are also allowing the 103rd most rushing yards a game at 220.5 so far this season, meaning that they will need to tighten the screws if they want to earn a win this weekend.

Here is everything you need to know:

Date: Saturday Sept. 15

Time: 1:00 p.m. PT

Location: Husky Stadium- Seattle, WA

TV Coverage: FX

Radio Coverage: Check tunein.com for coverage in your area

Odds: No Spread

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Washington Football Adopts Policy Of Not Talking About Injuries

The Washington Huskies football program has banned discussion of injuries by beat reporters and will not allow reporters to talk strategy either.

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