Two of the Pac-12's best football teams squared off late Saturday night in California and put on a game that most of the east coast probably missed.
Stanford held off a late Washington rally and walked away with a 31-28 hard fought win. The win raised their record to 5-0 and positioned them as the one team who could derail Oregon.
Washington dominated the game statistically, but the difference may have been on the opening kickoff. Stanford's Ty Montgomery brought it back 99 yards for the score and Stanford was off to the races.
Husky QB Keith Price threw for 350 yards and a couple of scores but an overturned 4th down pass ended up being the difference3.
Washington drops to 4-1 in the Pac-12 and a prime time matchup with Oregon in Seattle next weekend.
Stanford moves on to face Utah next week.
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