Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer
Washington didn't overlook Oregon State or show up rusty after an off week, as it completely dominated first-half action, jumping to a 31-0 lead at the break. The Huskies, a five TD favorite, outgained the Beavers 318 yards to 89. Now the question is how long Chris Petersen keeps starters, such as QB Jake Browning, in the game in the second half. Not only are potential injuries a concern, but Washington should face one of the toughest tests of its season next Saturday at Utah, which is 7-1 after dispatching UCLA. It's also notable that a small handful of regular Huskies starters, such as running back Myles Gaskin and DT Elijah Qualls played but didn't start the game. Figures to be a topic after the game with coach Chris Petersen.