Washington Vs. Hawaii: Huskies Win 40-32

The Washington Huskies will rebound from a mediocre showing against Eastern Washington and need to recover against the Hawaii Warriors, who will be returning two starters suspended from their opening week victory against Colorado.

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Keith Price Emerges As Offensive Weapon In Washington's Win Over Hawaii

Sophomore quarterback Keith Price emerged as a legitimate offensive weapon for the Washington Huskies after passing for 315 yards and four touchdowns in Saturday's win against Hawaii. Husky fans now can feel good about the quarterback position being in Price's hands.


Washington Vs. Hawaii: Huskies Win 40-32 After Crazy Ending

The Washington Huskies earned their second win of the season in a 40-32 triumph over the Hawaii Warriors. The team was led by strong performances from quarterback Keith Price and receiver Devin Aguilar.

The Huskies did most of their scoring in the first quarter, jumping out to an early 7-0 lead within two minutes and leading 21-0 at the end of the first quarter. Price connected on two touchdowns with receivers Jermaine Kearse, once on a ten-yard pass and later on a 20-yard pass.

The Warriors made a run in the second quarter on a one-yard touchdown by Sterling Jackson and a pick-six Richard Torres. The interception happened with the Huskies in scoring position at Hawaii's one-yard line. Instead of a Huskies touchdown, Torres took the ball 99 yards for a Hawaii score. Price redeemed himself at the close of the half with a 31-yard touchdown pass to Aguilar, and Washington led 28-14 at halftime.

Both sides struggled on offense in the third quarter: Hawaii scored just one touchdown on a one-yard rush by quarter Bryant Moniz and Washington managed just a field goal on Erik Folk's 36-yard attempt.

Things got tight in the fourth quarter when Hawaii's Jackson rushed for another two-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, but the Warriors were within 31-26. Washingon responded with a 14-yard score from Price to receiver Austin Seferian-Jenkins just a few minutes later to extend the lead to 38-26.

The two teams punted back and forth until Washington's Desmond Trufant picked off Moniz at the Washington 25-yard line. The Huskies, however, dug themselves into some trouble by going three-and-out and then kicking a negative five-yard punt. The Warriors took over at the Washington 27-yard line and took advantage with an eight-yard touchdown pass from Moniz to Jeremiah Ostrowski with 1:39 left in the game  to make the score 38-32.

The Huskies, however, would have the last laugh. Washington took advantage by blocking the extra point and Trufant came up big again by running it back for a two-point conversion. The Huskies led 40-32 at that point, and Hawaii's onside kick came up just short. Washington  and would finish the game with their eight-point advantage intact, just enough to cover the spread.

The Huskies were impressive on offense, generating 466 total yards. Price finished the day with 315 yards, 4 touchdowns and one interception on 18-of-25 passing. Chris Polk led the charge on the ground with 107 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries, and Aguilar led the receivers with 131 yards along with one touchdown on five receptions.

The Huskies are now 2-0 on the young season. They take on No. 10 Nebraska next week on the road.


Washington Vs. Hawaii Score Update: Huskies Lead 38-26 With Three Minutes Left

The Washington Huskies hold a 12-point advantage over the Hawaii Warriors with just five minutes left in the game. The Huskies, who scored 21 points in the first quarter, are up 38-26 and are looking to hold off the Warriors.

Hawaii ended the third quarter on a big 36-yard completion that gave the Warriors possession on Washington's six-yard line. The Warriors converted early in the fourth quarter and closed the gap to 31-26.

The Huskies responded with a seven-play, 70-yard drive capped off by a pass from quarterback Keith Price to Austin Sefarin-Jenkins. The Huskies have a good lead on Hawaii at the moment and should be able to pull this one out.

The Huskies intercepted quarterback Bryant Moitz and have the ball with less than three mintues to go. Hawaii is burning timeouts and will try to get the ball back and make something happen before the time runs out.


Washington Vs. Hawaii Score Update: Huskies Lead 31-20 Heading Into Fourth Quarter

The Washington Huskies lead the Hawaii Warriors 31-20 at the end of the third quarter. Both teams had slow quarters as the Huskies scored only a field goal and the Warriors scored just one touchdown.

Hawaii started the second half with the ball and a 28-14 deficit. They used a long, 14-play that took up almost half of the period to march 73 yards down the field and score. Quarterback Bryant Moniz found Jeremiah Ostrowski in the endzone for a seven-yard score on the final play of the drive. Washington blocked the extra point attempt Kenton Chun.

The Huskies came back with a long drive of their own that ended with a field goal. Quarterback Keith Price and running back Chris Polk took turns initiating plays and leading the Huskies 49 into Warrior territory. The drive stalled on Hawaii's 18-yard line, and Huskies kicker Erik Folk pumped in a 36-yard field goal to give Washington a 31-20 lead.

Price has completed 14 of 19 passes for 289 yards, three touchdowns and one interceptin. Chris Polk leads Washington's ground attack with 76 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries. Receiver Devil Aguilar, who cashed in on a late score at the end of the first half, has 126 yards and one touchdown on four receptions.

The Warriors have the ball at the beginning of the fourth quarter and are at Washington's six-yard line.


Washington Vs. Hawaii Score Update: Huskies Up 28-14 At Halftime

The Washington Huskies had a tremendous first half of action against the Hawaii Warriors and lead the Warriors 28-14. Washington has racked up 370 yards of total offense already and still have 30 minutes of football to play.

The Huskies went to work in the first quarter, posting three touchdowns in the period. The first two plays of the game were huge passes from quarterback Keith Price to receiver Austin Seferian-Jenkins for completions of 30 yards and 47 yards. Washington got to the Warriors' two-yard line as a result and needed only one more play, a two-yard rush by running back Chris Polk, to get the score with under two minutes gone by in the game.

Washington recovered a fumble on the Warriors' following drive at their own five-yard line. The Huskies drove 95-yards to post their second score, capped by a ten-yard pass from Price to Jermaine Kearse. Price found Kearse for another score in the later in the period on a 20-yard completion.

The Warriors put together a better second quarter after being held scoreless in the first. Sterling Jackson scored on a one-yard rush with 6:19 to go in the period. Hawaii's defense also contributed with a pick off of Price at the one-yard line and a 99-yard return by Richard Torres.

Price countered by leading his team down the field on the next drive and scoring on a 31-yard strike to Devin Aguilar. Price has 272 yards, three touchdowns and one interception on 13-of-17 passing. Aguilar, meanwhile, leads the Huskies receivers with 126 yards and one touchdown on four receptions.

Hawaii will get the ball to start the second half.


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.


Washington Vs. Hawaii Score Update: Austin Seferian-Jenkins Propels Huskies Early, Team Leads 14-0

The Washington Huskies and Hawaii Warriors are underway, and the Huskies have already left their mark on the game. Just three plays into the game, the Huskies scored their first touchdown to lead 7-0. They now hold a 14-0 advantage over the Warriors.

Receiver Austin Seferian-Jenkins has already connected with quarterback Keith Price twice, pulling in long passes on each of the game's first two plays. The first was a 30-yard strike that moved the ball from Washington territory to about midfield, and the second was a 47-yard pass that brought the Huskies to the Warriors' two-yard line.

Chris Polk took care of the rest, pounding the ball in on the very next play to give the Huskies a 7-0 advantage. The drive lasted just a minute and ten seconds. This is just the start the Huskies were hoping for.

Washington recovered a fumble on their own five-yard line and put together an 11-play drive to cash in on their second touchdown of the game on a pass from Price to Jermaine Kearse.

Price is taking advantage of the Warriors, and has completed six of six passes for 114 yards and one touchdown.


Washington Vs. Hawaii: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The University of Washington Huskies host the Hawaii Warriors Saturday at Husky Stadium and UW will look to make a statement after a slow start last week. The Dawgs had a lackluster first game against Eastern in which opposing quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell carved up the defense through the air and nearly shocked the Husky faithful in the last minute. The Dawgs escaped with a W but don't want to let it get that close this week. The Warriors have a potent passing attack as well, so the Huskies will have their hands full. 

Teams: University of Washington Huskies, Hawaii Warriors

Time: Saturday, Sept 10th, 12:30 p.m. PST

Location: Husky Stadium, Seattle Washington


Radio: KJR 950 AM

Rankings: Neither team is ranked in either the Associated Press poll or the USA Today Coaches poll

Favorite: UW is favored by 5.5 points.

Notes: Hawaii is looking for a 2-0 start against the Pac-12 after beating Colorado 34-17 last week. The Huskies are looking to play better after squeaking by Eastern Washington in their first game of the year.

For more on Washington Husky football, check out UW Dawg Pound.   


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Washington Vs. Hawaii: Players To Watch

Washington Huskies (1-0)
Hawaii Warriors (1-0)

The Huskies plays host to Hawaii this weekend in week two of the college football season. Hawaii opened up their season with a 34-17 thumping over Colorado, a new member of the Pac-12 conference.

UH shutout the Buffaloes in the first half, 17-0, but the Buffaloes battled back in the second half cutting the Warriors lead to 24-17. Warriors senior quarterback Bryant Moniz put the game away in the fourth quarter by converting on a fourth-down conversion to extend a scoring drive. On the same drive, Moniz put the Warriors up by two touchdowns by completing a 22-yard shovel pass to freshman running back Joey Iosefa.

Also coming off a win is the Washington Huskies. However, disappointment was a main theme after barely beating Eastern Washington, a non-division one opponent by only three points, 30-27.

Huskies senior kicker Erik Folk and junior cornerback Desmond Trufant took home Pac-12 player of the week honors after the victory. Folk was perfect, nailing field goals from 53, 47 and 40. Trufant made a game-winning endzone interception for the Huskies with 35 seconds left in the game. His interception stopped a driving Eagles offense that was in striking distance to to tie or win the game.

Offensive Player to Watch:

Bryant Moniz (Sr.), Quarterback
Moniz rushed for 121 yards and scored three touchdowns, while also passing for 128 yards and throwing one touchdown through the air. After facing the top FCS quarterback in Eastern Washington's Bo Levi Mitchell last week, the Huskies again will have their hands full against another dynamic quarterback. Moniz led the nation in passing (360.0 ypg) and total offense (367.3 ypg) last season. Though he is known for his role as a pocket passer, last week's performance proved that Moniz can also make defenses pay by running. 

Defensive Player to Watch:

Paipai Falemalu (Jr.), Defensive Line
The junior lineman accumulated two sacks and six tackles for a loss in last week's win against Colorado and won himself WAC Defensive Player of the Week as a result. This pass-rushing defensive end will test Huskies quarterback Keith Price's ability to maintain composure in the pocket and also test his running ability when his pass blocking breaks down.

Washington fans, head on over to UW Dawg Pound for in-depth pre-game analysis leading up to Saturday. 


Washington Huskies Football Depth Chart Released Vs. Hawaii

No significant changes for UW. Almost everything looks exactly the same.

  • WR: Starter--15 Jermaine Kearse. Reserve--2 Kasen Williams.
  • LT: Starter--56 Senio Kelemete. Reserve--72 Micah Hatchie.
  • LG: Starter--64 Colin Tanigawa. Reserve--52 Nick Wood.
  • C: Starter--73 Drew Schafer. Reserve--78 Mike Criste.
  • RG: Starter--79 Colin Porter. Reserves--67 Skyler Fancher, 70 James Ato.
  • RT: Starter--75 Erik Kohler. Reserve--59 Ben Riva.
  • TE: Starter--88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Reserve--84 Michael Hartvigson, then 80 Evan Hudson & 81 Marlion Barnett.
  • QB: Starter--17 Keith Price. Reserves--5 Nick Montana, & 6 Derrick Brown.
  • FB: Starter--48 Jonathan Amosa. Reserves--42 Tim Tucker, 49 Nick Holt & 34 Dezden Petty.
  • TB: Starter--1 Chris Polk. Reserves--24 Jesse Callier, then 23 Johri Fogerson, 25 Bishop Sankey
  • WR: Starter--9 Devin Aguilar OR 8 Kevin Smith. Reserves--3 James Johnson & 19 DiAndre Campbell


  • DE: Starter--11 Talia Crichton. Reserve--93 Andrew Hudson.
  • DT: Starter--74 Alameda Ta'amu. Reserve--71 Danny Shelton & 97 Lawrence Lagafuaina.
  • DT: Starter--92 Everette Thompson. Reserves--55 Sione Potoa'e & 98 Semisi Tokolahi.
  • DE: Starter--52 Hau'oli Jamora. Reserve--22 Josh Shirley.
  • OLB: Starter--10 John Timu. Reserves--58 Jamaal Kearse & 43 Cooper Pelluer.
  • ILB: Starter--31 Cort Denison. Reserves--50 Thomas Tutogi & 42 Tim Tucker.
  • OLB: Starter--37 Princeton Fuimaono. Reserves--53 Garret Gilliland & 51 Jordan Wallace.
  • FS: Starter--29 Nate Felner. Reserves--20 Justin Glenn & 14 Taz Stevenson.
  • SS: Starter--1 Sean Parker. Reserves--13 Will Shamburger, 5 James Sample & 39 Greg Walker.
  • CB: Starter--28 Quinton Richardson. Reserves--18 Gregory Ducre.
  • CB: Starter--6 Desmond Trufant. Reserves--26 Anthony Gobern. Jr. & 21 Marcus Peters.


For more on Washington Husky football, head to UW Dawg Pound.


Washington Vs. Hawaii: Two Warriors Reinstated

The Washington Huskies will rebound from a mediocre showing against Eastern Washington and need to recover against the Hawaii Warriors, who will be returning two starters suspended from their opening week victory against Colorado.

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