Five possessions. Five touchdowns.
The Washington Huskies are dominating the Colorado Buffaloes.
The second quarter offered more of the same, and Washington Huskies quarterback Keith Price continues to find his receivers in the end zone. Price converted four of five passes in the Huskies first drive of the second quarter, including a 14 yard pass to Chris Polk. The sophomore quarterback is two touchdowns away from tying the Huskies single-game record of passing touchdowns.
Near the end of the second quarter, Price found his fourth different receiver for a touchdown, this time it was Devin Aguilar catching a four yard reception. The Huskies finished the first half with a 42-yard field goal by Erik Folk.
Utah only managed to score once in the second quarter on a 46-yard field goal by Buffaloes kicker Will Oliver.
Price finished the first half with 230 passing yards and four touchdowns. There's a strong chance Husky backup quarterback Nick Montana comes in the game if Washington keeps its scoring pace up. The Huskies offense has racked up 379 yards, including 64 yards coming from Chris Polk on 12 rushes.