The Washington State offense is stuck in neutral, if not reverse, and the Washington Huskies are taking advantage in the 2011 Apple Cup. After another fruitless possession by the Cougars, albeit with a first down, the Huskies took over with good field position, thanks to a late hit. And Washington made the most of it.
Jesse Callier, who seems to be the man of the day for the Huskies thus far, picked up a nice chunk of yardage out of the wildcat, breaking tackles and setting up Washington deep in WSU territory. After checking at the line of scrimmage, Keith Price lofted a ball over the top of the WSU defense, finding Kasen Williams in one-on-one coverage in the end zone. Williams went up over Nolan Washington, bringing the ball down for a touchdown.
The Huskies now lead the Cougars 14-0 after the first quarter and seem to be in complete control after a blocked punt for a score and Williams' touchdown catch.