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Woodside's fifth TD pass gives Toledo lead

Cody Thompson splits the defense on a 78-yard TD pass from Logan Woodside, his fifth of the game, as Toledo takes a 45-42 lead over BYU in the fourth quarter,


BYU takes fourth quarter lead

Squally Canada runs for a 17-yard TD as BYU takes a 42-38 lead over Toledo early in the fourth quarter.


Washington caps off rout of Stanford

Lavon Coleman runs 25 yards up the right sideline for a touchdown to cap Washington's 44-6 rout of Stanford.


Johnson corrals third TD catch

Jon'Vea Johnson catches his third TD of the game from Logan Woodside Toledo regains the lead on BYU 38-35 in the third quarter.


Williams breaks off 62-yard TD run

BYU's Jamaal Williams scores his fourth TD of the game with a 62-yard run, putting him over 200 yards on the ground to give his team a 35-31 lead over Toledo in the third quarter.


Williams scores third TD for BYU

Jamaal Williams scored his third TD of the game, this a 48-yard run to even a wild game against Toledo at 28-28 in the third quarter.


Woodside's third TD gives Rockets lead

Logan Woodside found Jon'Vea Johnson for a 12-yard TD pass to put Toledo on top of BYU 28-21 in the third quarter. It was Woodside 's third TD of the game.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

McCaffrey averaged 12.7 rushes outside the tackles coming in, highest in FBS. He had 2 for 4 yards against UW tonight (ESPN Stats and Info)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington scored 44 points. Stanford had allowed a total of 36 points through its first three games. (ESPN Stats and Info)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

38-point Stanford loss would tie for the worst in the Jim Harbaugh-David Shaw era (41-3 loss to ASU in Harbaugh's fourth game, one week before the 24-23 upset over USC in 2007).

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford junior offensive tackle Casey Tucker was helped off the field and brought back to the locker room after injuring himself in the fourth quarter.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington has sacked Stanford 8 times this game. That's the most sacks a Cardinal team has given up in the Jim Harbaugh-David Shaw era. Stanford allowed 8 sacks in 2006 under Walt Harris. (ESPN Stats and Info)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how good Washington's D-line has been: McCaffrey is averaging only 1.5 yards before contact, the lowest figure since he has taken over as a starter. Since the start of last year, McCaffrey has averaged 4.2 yards before contact (ESPN Stats and Info)

Browning throws third TD pass

Sophomore Jake Browning tossed his third TD of the game, this one to Aaron Fuller, to give Washington a 37-6 lead over Stanford.


Woodside's TD pass ties game

Logan Woodside finds Corey Jones for a 26-yard TD play, Woodside's second TD of the half, as Toledo pulls even with BYU at 21-21 in the second quarter,


Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington really pulling everything out for this game. Honored the 1991 national title team and the family of legendary coach Don James. As much as the Huskies seem to be avoiding the hype, they're happy to be putting this program back on the map.

Stanford breaks through for score

Ryan Burns completes a 19-yard TD pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside for the Cardinal's first score of the game. Washington leads 30-6.


Huskies defense dominant against Cardinal

Washington's Psalm Wooching forces a fumble by Ryan Burns on fourth down at the Washington 12-yard line. Keishawn Bierria recovered for the Huskies. Washington leads 30-0 in third quarter,


Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington's dominance in this game is reflected by just about every imaginable number, but third and fourth down are pretty telling. Stanford has converted just one of its seven third down plays and is 0 for 2 on fourth down. The Huskies are 4 for 7 on third down and haven't had to bother with fourth down. Oh and Washington has seven sacks compared to zero for Stanford. In fact, Stanford doesn't have a tackle for a loss.