Saturday was not kind to some of the top ranked teams in the country. Oregon State, a surprise undefeated team at 6-0, found themselves in a dogfight in Seattle with the Washington Huskies.
In this case, the dogs beat the beavers, as the Huskies pulled off the upset win on a damp night at CenturyLink Field, 20-17.
For Washington (4-4, 2-3 Pac-12 North), this was their fifth game against a team ranked in the top 11. The Huskies move to 2-3 overall in games against top ranked teams, and 2-1 at home in such outings.
Oregon State (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12 North) suffered their first loss of the season and fell into a tie for second place in the Pac-12 North with Stanford, one game behind archrival Oregon.
Sean Mannion, playing his first game back at quarterback for Oregon State after undergoing knee surgery early in October, looked rusty. Mannion completed 18 of 34 passes for 221 yards, but threw four interceptions during his time in the game and was eventually pulled for backup Cody Va...