Washington Vs. Hawaii Score Update: Huskies Lead 21-0 At End Of First Quarter

The Washington Huskies are having their way against the Hawaii Warriors. The Huskies have posted three scores in just one quarter of action and lead 21-0 at the start of the second quarter.

The Huskies scored on their very first drive, needing only three plays to reach the endzone. Keith Price found Austin Sefarian-Jenkins for back-to-back receptions on the first two plays of the game that totaled 77 yards. Chris Polk scored on a two-yard carry on the third play of the game.

The Huskies took the ball 95 yards on their next drive for another score. Price found Jermaine Kearse in the endzone on a ten-yard completion with 7:03 to go, and the Huskies developed a two-touchdown lead.

Price found Kearse in the endzone again on the next drive, this time on a 20-yard pass. The drive began with a 59-yard strike from Price to Devin Aguilar and finished three plays later with the touchdown to Kearse.

Price has been on fire so far, picking up 193 yards on a perfect 8-of-8 passing with two touchdowns. The Warriors have the ball at the beginning of the second period.

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