Win Probability 100%

RUTG
WASH
WASH 100%

RUTG

13

WASH

48

End of 4th Quarter

Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • RUTG304
    • 380WASH
  • Turnovers

    • RUTG3
    • 1WASH
  • Possession

    RUTGWASH
    26:4533:15
  • 1st Downs

    • RUTG21
    • 17WASH

Game Information

Husky Stadium
Coverage: PAC12
  • Seattle, WA 98195
  • Line: WASH -26.0
  • Over/Under: 56
Attendance: 58,640
9/3/2016 Associated Press

No. 14 Washington uses big plays to rout Rutgers 48-13

Jake Browning threw for 287 yards and three touchdowns, John Ross caught two touchdowns and returned a kickoff for another score in his first game since the end of the 2014 season, and No. 14 Was

Scoring Summary

1234T
Rutgers0301013
Washington241014048
first QuarterRUTGWASH
TD
12:14
Chico McClatcher 43 Yd pass from Jake Browning (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
3 plays, 49 yards, 1:15
07
play
J. Browning pass,to C. McClatcher for 43 yds for a TD (0:34)

Jake Browning pass to Chico McClatcher for a 43 yard Touchdown. (0:34)

FG
7:21
Cameron Van Winkle 45 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 7 yards, 3:50
010
TD
3:42
John Ross 38 Yd pass from Jake Browning (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
5 plays, 85 yards, 1:43
017
play
Washington extends lead with 38-yard TD pass (1:15)

Washington's John Ross III doesn't miss a beat as he catches a 38-yard throw from QB Jake Browning, making the score 16-0 (1:15)

TD
0:48
John Ross 50 Yd pass from Jake Browning (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
2 plays, 61 yards, 0:38
024
second QuarterRUTGWASH
FG
2:36
David Bonagura 38 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 50 yards, 3:48
324
TD
2:22
John Ross 92 Yd Kickoff Return (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
0 plays, 0 yards, 0:14
331
FG
0:00
Cameron Van Winkle 42 Yd Field Goal
6 plays, 35 yards, 1:00
334
third QuarterRUTGWASH
TD
3:59
Dante Pettis 68 Yd Punt Return (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
5 plays, 1 yard, 2:30
341
play
M. Cintron punt for 38 yds,D. Pettis returns for 68 yds for a TD (0:40)

Michael Cintron punt for 38 yds , Dante Pettis returns for 68 yds for a TD (0:40)

TD
0:29
Andre Baccellia 4 Yd pass from K.J. Carta-Samuels (Cameron Van Winkle Kick)
1 play, 4 yards, 0:05
348
play
K. Carta-Samuels pass,to A. Baccellia for 4 yds for a TD (1:17)

K.J. Carta-Samuels pass complete to Andre Baccellia for 4 yds for a TD (1:17)

fourth QuarterRUTGWASH
FG
10:25
David Bonagura 23 Yd Field Goal
17 plays, 59 yards, 5:04
648
TD
5:53
Janarion Grant 10 Yd Run (David Bonagura Kick)
7 plays, 65 yards, 2:29
1348
play
J. Grant run for 10 yds for a TD (0:34)

Janarion Grant run for 10 yds for a TD (0:34)

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