The Washington Huskies offense made the appropriate first half adjustments and went on to score on their very first drive of the second half, giving them a two possession lead over Utah. Running back Chris Polk broke out for a 49 yard run, putting the Huskies into Utah territory.
A couple of plays later, Keith Price found tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins for a 13-yard completion that moved Washington to Utah's nine yard line. The Huskies put the ball in the end zone two plays later when wide receiver Kasen Williams caught a jailbreak screen pass from Price.
After Utah's Jordan Wynn left the game with an injured left shoulder, backup quarterback Jon Hays threw an interception to Washington cornerback Gregory Ducre. The Huskies capitalized on Utah's fourth turnover and drove the ball 53 yards on four plays, scoring on a 23 yard strike from Keith Price to Jermaine Kearse and giving the Huskies a 24-7 lead.
Utah will have to move the ball through the air and find a way to stop Huskies running back Chris Polk to get back into this game in the fourth quarter.