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.

Stick with this StoryStream for score updates and more from the Washington vs. Portland State game. For all things Huskies, check out UW Dawg Pound.

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