Run and Shoot: Washington commands first quarter

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Washington commands first quarter


Somebody should have told the Warriors that the Huskies came to play. The University of Washington came out strong early in the game, capitalizing on a Colt Brennan fumble and multiple penalties to take a 21-0 lead with just over five minutes left in the first quarter. The 21-point deficit is Hawaii's largest all season. Washington needed only eight plays for the first score, five for the second, and six for the third.

Hawaii converted, for the first time, enough yards for a first down with just over four minutes remaining in the game, but two plays later fumbled the ball for their second turnover of the night. Forutnately for the Warriors, the defense stepped up and turned in a couple of big plays for UH, forcing Washington to punt the ball.

The offensive possesion for the Warriors ended badly again, as Hawaii wide receiver Daniel Libre fumbled the ball and Washington took over at the 47 yard line to close the first quarter of play

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