Washington shut out Washington State 48-0 in Seattle, backed by a much improved forward performance. With front-rowers Quavion Jenkins and Nate Lungstrom setting a platform and scoring tries, the Huskies met WSU at the point of contact. Out wide, Jack Stimson was superb at flyhalf, especially in defense, and Josh Rayburn was also crucial to the Husky effort.
Scrumhalf Peter Harrison, who two years ago was out with a broken back and then this fall was out with an ankle injury, returned to play his first game all season, and was inspirational.
"We knew the style of play we wanted and we got it," said Coach Mike Alfstad. "It was a good team win but we got some good senior leadership who kept us going."
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