Washington Huskies Football

September 5, 2010 by staff 

Washington Huskies Football, Washington kicker Erik Folk field goal from 53 yards as time expired in the second quarter and the Huskies have disappeared in the dressing room with a 17-13 advantage at halftime of BYU in Provo.

The kick punctuated an 11-player game of Washington quarterback Jake Locker, an early season favorite for the Heisman Trophy.

BYU took control briefly in the second half, but with 8:43 remaining in the half, Washington quarterback Jake Locker ran 9 yards for a touchdown to regain the initiative.

the only touchdown of the Brigham Young University came with 12:08 left in the second quarter, when Riley Nelson is Joshua Quezada pass for a 9-yard touchdown.

Nelson, then shaved his way through a two-point conversion that gave BYU a 13-7 lead. At 13 the most original.

After Washington took a 7-0 lead in their first album, the Cougars scored first on a safety after a wave of wind in the Huskies punter, then with 31 seconds remaining in the first quarter Mitch Payne made a target 22-yard field to put the score 7-5.

The field goal came after Jake Heaps, who also split time with Nelson at quarterback today in view of their place in the hands of tight end Richard Wilson rebound.

Washington, leading 7-0 with 4:30 remaining in the first quarter, tried to allay their own 39 yard line. Long snapper Brandon Lee, however, the ball went well over the head of punter Will Mahan. Two BYU players, Mahan took the ball into the end zone and when he saw wisely threw in the back of the end zone to give BYU security.

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