Huskies runs away with the win against the Wildcats 44-27
Seattle, WA- The Huskies' defense ice the high flying Wildcats and walk away with a victory.
Going for their second win of the season, University of Washington had to get past Arizona. In the first quarter, the Huskies' offense sent a message to the Wildcats by scoring 17 points in the quarter.
Huskies' quarterback Dylan Morris was doing it all in the first half. He was making the right reads without forcing the issue, throwing the ball down the field effectively, and extending plays with his feet. Morris put his team in great position to score and they capitalized four times in the redzone to finish the quarter in dominating fashion, 24-0. Morris finished the half with 182 yards through the air and a touchdown.
In the second half, the Huskies' defense kept Wildcats' QB Grant Gunnell contained. They did not give him an inch of confidence to throw the ball down the field and gave him everything underneath.
The running attack for Washington was shredding Arizona. The Huskies had five players that broke into the Wildcats' secondary on running plays. Early in the third, the Huskies iced the game with their fifth touchdown of the night to make it a 30-0 shut out. Everything after that was cosmetic. Washington went on to win 44-27.
Morris finished 15 of 25 for 230 yards and 2 touchdowns.