Washington vs. Stanford Score: Huskies use 61 yard TD run to get back in game.

The Washington Huskies trail the Stanford Cardinal 13-10 early in the fourth quarter. Washington's defense continued to dominate Stanford's offense, but a Keith Price interception appeared to swing the game Stanford's way until Bishop Sankey turned a fourth and one run in to a touchdown.

The Husky crowd though wide receiver Marvin Hall gave Washington the lead with 3 minutes left in the quarter when he returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown. That run was called back due to flag that was picked up, but Hall was still ruled out of bounds during the return. On the very next play, Keith Price had a pass tipped and intercepted by Stanford linebacker Trent Murphy, who returned the picked off pass 40 yards for a touchdown, putting Stanford up 13-3.

With time running out in the quarter, Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian decided to go for it on 4th and 1. Bishop Sankey took a hand off as time expired on the game clock, made a couple of Stanford defenders miss, rushing 61 yards for the score. The Huskies now trail 13-10 in the fourth quarter.

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