Stanford is moving the ball with ease and leads the Washington Huskies in Seattle, 28-0. Stanford has 318 yards of total offense in the first half, dwarfing the Huskies 35 yards.
Jake Locker was 4-9 for 35 yards and Chris Polk rushed eight times for eight yards, negated by -8 net yards on the ground by Jake Locker. For Stanford, Andrew Luck has been superb, throwing for 138 yards with an interception being his only mistake. He’s also rushed three times for 67 yards and a score, coming on a 51-yard run in the first quarter.
Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian called it "the worst offensive half of football I’ve ever been associated with.’’