The Stanford Cardinal jumped out to an early lead at Husky Stadium and never looked back. In a battle between the Pac-10's top-two quarterback prospects, Andrew Luck impressed, throwing for 192 yards, one touchdown and an interception. Locker had an off game, completing 7-14 passes for 64 yards and two interceptions. The shutout loss was Washington's first at Husky Stadium since 1978.
The Husky defense had a tough time slowing down the Cardinal all day. Standford had 407 yards of total offense, easily besting Washington's 107 yards. Stanford also won the turnover battle, causing two while only giving up one.
Stepfan Taylor lead Stanford on the ground, rushing for yards and touchdowns. Andrew Luck also did some damage in the run game, breaking off a 51-yard touchdown run en route to 92 total rushing yards. Ryan Whalen caught five passes for 59 yards.
For the Huskies, Chris Polk carried the ball 13 times for 17 yards. Locker's favorite target, Jermaine Kearse, caught four passes for 53 yards.
Stanford improves to 7-1 on the year and Washington falls to 3-5. The road doesn't get easier for the Huskies as they travel to Autzen Stadium to take on the Oregon Ducks next Saturday. Stanford takes on Arizona in a battle of top-25 teams.