The Washington Huskies made sure the outcome of their game against the Portland State Vikings was never in doubt, and they've continued that work in the second half. They lead after third quarter, 52-6.
The first half saw the Huskies score on offense, defense, and special teams. Quarterback Keith Price led things, and he's 14-for-19 for 181 yards with three touchdowns through three quarters. Biship Sankey is leading the running game, picking up 103 yards on 14 carries. Tre Watson picked up the special teams score when he ran a blocked field goal back for a touchdown, and Marcus Peters ran back an interception for the defensive score.
The Huskies slowed a bit in the third quarter, playing like a team that had a 45 point lead. They picked up one touchdown about midway through the quarter on a Bishop Sankey rush, and they gave up a touchdown a minute later. Special teams continued to excel, as the extra point on Portland's touchdown was blocked. That was the extent of the scoring in the third, leaving the Huskies still firmly in control.