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Pac-12 roundup: Huskies dominate Oregon State in 41-17 win

Pac-12 roundup: Huskies dominate Oregon State in 41-17 win
Washington wide receiver Dante Pettis (8) rushes against the Oregon State Beavers on Oct. 22. (Otto Greule Jr / Getty Images)

Jake Browning threw for three touchdowns to give him 26 for the season, added another rushing touchdown, and No. 5 Washington used a big first half to roll past Oregon State, 41-17, on Saturday.

The Huskies won their 10th straight, a streak that started with a victory at Oregon State last season. It is Washington's longest win streak since winning 12 straight during the 2000-01 seasons.

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Coming off a bye, the Huskies easily rolled past the undermanned Beavers despite a performance that gives Washington Coach Chris Petersen plenty to work on heading into next week's matchup at No. 19 Utah. Washington put away this expected blowout early, jumping to a 21-0 lead after one quarter and leading, 31-0, at halftime. Washington has now outscored opponents 100-7 in the first quarter and 200-24 in the first half this season.

Colorado 10, at Stanford 5: Phillip Lindsay rushed for 131 yards despite being held out most of the second half and Colorado overcame a sloppy day offensively to beat Stanford 10-5 on Saturday to become bowl eligible for the first time in a decade.

Chris Graham kicked a 23-yard field goal with 2:13 remaining after being benched following two earlier misses, propelling the Buffaloes to their first win over the Cardinal since joining the Pac-12 in 2011.

at California 52, Oregon 49 (2 OT): Matt Anderson kicked a 28-yard field goal in the second overtime and Jordan Kunaszyk sealed the victory with an interception that gave California a victory over Oregon on Friday night.

Davis Webb threw five touchdown passes and ran for a sixth to lead the way for the Golden Bears (4-3, 2-2 Pac-12), who snapped a seven-game losing streak to Oregon.

Washington State 37, at Arizona State 32: Luke Falk threw for 398 yards and three touchdowns, Robert Taylor scored on a 100-yard kickoff return and Washington State held off Arizona State 37-32 Saturday night. Washington State (5-2, 4-0 Pac-12) labored offensively early as Arizona State forced the Cougars to throw underneath instead of deep.

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