LSU's defense held Washington to just 183 yards of total offense, including a measly 26 rushing yards. On a sadder note for the Huskies, 13 of those 26 rushing yards came in the final minute of the game. Erich Wilson led Washington in rushing with 25 yards, which were negated by Keith Price's -24 yards due to sacks.
In the passing game, Price was 17-36 for 157 yards and one interception. Austin Seferian-Jenkins was his primary target, who caught six passes for 51 yards.
The Tigers had a decisive advantage on offense, exploiting good field position to the tune of 41 points. Adding in 242 rushing yards, LSU was able to dominate the game physically.
Washington falls to 1-1 on the season, and prepares to host Portland State next week at 1:00 p.m. PT.