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.