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Stanford muffed punt sets up score

Ben Edwards muffs a punt and it is recovered by Washington's Lavon Coleman at the 40-yard line. The Huskies scored five plays on an eight-yard TD from Myles Gaskin to take a 30-0 lead.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington is whipping Stanford on both lines of scrimmage, holding them to 2.8 yards per play at half. By that metric, this is the worst Cardinal offensive performance since Jim Harbaugh began the program's turnaround in 2007.

Toledo answers BYU with Swanson TD

Terry Swanson runs eight yards for the score as Toledo ties the game at 7-7 in the first quarter,

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Ian Fitzsimmons ESPN College Football 

Stanford head coach David Shaw had a long spirited conversation with an official and referee, Mark Duddy at the end of the first half. He was about as fired up as I've ever seen him.

Hill throws 75-yard TD on first play

BYU's Taysom Hill finds Jonah Trinnaman streaking down the left sideline on the first play of the game against Toledo for a 75-yard TD.

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Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 10 Washington, up 23-zip over No. 7 Stanford at the break, essentially ended the first half with its 6th sack of the game, capping probably the most impressive halves of football in Husky Stadium since… well… since they beat Miami in 2000. Washington outgained the Cardinal 225 yards to 83. Huskies QB Jake Browning dominated the first half with downfield throws, going 5-for-6 for 113 yards with a TD on throws of 10+ yards. This is Stanford's second-largest halftime deficit in the last 10 years. Now the question is can the Huskies close the deal and avoid the second-half letup? While Stanford isn't built for scoring a bunch of points quickly, but it certainly is capable of putting pressure on the Huskies.

ESPN CollegeFootball @ESPNCFB

Stanford is 1-7 in their last 8 games when they were shutout in the first half. They are currently trailing No. 10 Washington 23-0.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

So impressed with the Huskies' defense tonight -- six first-half sacks. Since 2008 Stanford hasn't allowed more than five sacks in a single game (and the Cardinal have only done that three times- ASU 2013, UCLA 2012, UND 2008). Joe Mathis and Psalm Wooching have two apiece.

Washington overwhelming Stanford

Jake Browning finds John Ross for a 19-yard TD to give Washington a 23-0 lead over Stanford in the waning minutes of the first half. Browning has thrown 2 TDs in the half.

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Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Follow college football as fan and this is first I've heard of Jake Browning. He'll probably be in Heisman race by Saturday night.

Brock Huard @BrockESPN

The last time someone in CFB could say the Univ. of Washington Huskies are bigger, faster and stronger than STAN? Decades...

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford players starting to show some frustration against Washington's tenacious defense. LT A.T. Hall erupted at himself after yielding a third-down sack to Washington end Joe Mathis, though you could make a case QB Ryan Burns needs to get rid of the ball faster on third-and-short. Stanford replaced Burns with Keller Chryst hoping for a spark, but neither QB has done much of anything and Burns is back in. Their five combined completions have yielded just 33 yards while the Huskies have dominated the Cardinal running game (0.8 yards per carry). There's a coaching cliche that if you play two quarterbacks you don't have one. So far that's the case with Stanford.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

That potential third-down TD pass was dropped by Psalm Wooching, who typically plays linebacker for the Huskies. Had a big sack in the first quarter and now will likely get jabbed by teammates for his butterfingers in the second quarter.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Browning has looked impressive so far tonight, really looking to attack Stanford's depleted secondary. Huskies had two explosive pass plays in the first quarter -- a 35-yard completion to Dante Pettis and a 28-yard completion to John Ross.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington being extremely undisciplined here. Huskies had 35 penalty yards in the first quarter. Coming into this game they averaged 47 penalty yards per game.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Story of first quarter was Washington's sophomore QB Jake Browning. He completed 6 of 7 passes for 108 yard with a touchdown, his standard measure efficiency rating a stout 262.5 as the Huskies jumped to a 13-0 lead. Stanford is missing both starting corners, and clearly Chris Petersen saw an opportunity to attack in the pass game. Petersen won't be happy with four penalties for 50 yards, including a pair of personal fouls. Without penalties, Stanford had no offense in first quarter. The Huskies averaged 10.3 yards per play compared to 2.7 for Stanford.

It's all Washington early on

Myles Gaskin powers in from four yards out to give Washington a 13-0 first-quarter lead over Stanford.

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