Washington Vs. LSU 2012: LSU Dominating After 3 Quarters, 34-3

The Washington Huskies' defense held on as long as it could, but with the offense still struggling, the LSU Tigers have overpowered Washington. LSU now leads 34-3 after three quarters.

With a 20-3 halftime lead, LSU forced Washington backward eight yards in the Huskies' first possession of the second half. The Tigers then took under three minutes to score on a seven play march. After Alfred Blue rushed for 29 yards on the drive, Kenny Hilliard finished it off with a three-yard touchdown run.

On their next possession, LSU ran the ball eight straight times. Blue and Spencer Ware combined for 41 rushing yards, then Zach Mettenberger hit Kadron Boone for a 32-yard touchdown pass for the 34-3 lead.

Washington finally eclipsed the 100-yard mark of total offense in the quarter. Keith Price is 16-31 for 141 yards, as the quarterback has the Huskies on the move to close the quarter. Price has led the Huskies from their own 25-yard line to LSU's 35 to open the fourth quarter.

Stick with this StoryStream for scores, updates and more from Washington's Week 2 game with LSU. For all things Huskies, head over to UW Dawg Pound.

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