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3-2, 3rd in Pac 12 - North
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19hTed Miller

Washington looks to end Oregon's dominance

The Washington-Oregon rivalry has been very one-sided of late, but the Huskies should have a good opportunity to turn the tide on Saturday.


ICYMI: Husky jumps over Trojan for catch

Brayden Lenius leapt over a Trojan defender to complete this 21-yard pass from Jake Browning in the third to keep a drive alive as Washington upset No. 17 USC.

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4dKyle Bonagura

USC, Sarkisian had no answers for Washington

The Trojans' offense, which had thoroughly impressed to begin the season, had no answers for the Huskies' defensive pressure in 17-12 loss.

Huskies victory in 15 seconds (0:15)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL scout told me last week (before Saturday's games): "Arizona State will beat somebody they shouldn't. Washington will beat somebody they shouldn't." Both happened in 5-day span. Scout believed gaps between Pac-12 teams are negligible. Tough to see a 1-loss champ in that league.

Huskies knock off No. 17 Trojans (1:01)

Not good to be young, but good to win

Washington head coach Chris Petersen on the Huskies' upset over No. 17 USC: "The guys played hard. And that's just our whole thing. We're going to make mistakes because we are so young."

Postgame interview with Washington wide receiver Jaydon Mickens (1:16)

Washington upsets USC, ex-coach Sarkisian

Myles Gaskin ran for 134 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown, and Washington shut down No. 17 Southern California's high-powered offense throughout a 17-12 victory over the Trojans on Thursday.

Postgame interview with Washington head coach Chris Petersen (0:44)

Final: Huskies 17, Trojans 12

USC was 0-17 when trailing by double digits in the fourth quarter over the last 10 seasons, and tonight was no different. Behind 17-6 in the fourth, the No. 17 Trojans lost their second straight home game, this time to the Huskies. Box score

Thursday night Week 6 curse in Pac-12?

With unranked Washington 3 minutes from upsetting No. 17 USC as a 17-point underdog in Week 6, last season in Week 6 on a Thursday night, unranked Arizona upset No. 2 Oregon as a 23-point underdog. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN


Trojans narrow deficit to 5 over Huskies

Ronald Jones II ran in a 1-yard TD to complete a 69-yard drive. USC went for the 2-point conversion but came up short as the No. 17 ranked team tries to come back from a 17-12 deficit on ESPN.


Huskies tack on 7 against Trojans

Myles Gaskin capped off a 50-yard drive with a 1-yard rush TD to punch in another 7 points. Washington leads USC 17-6 midway through the fourth quarter on ESPN.

Trojans lead 6-3 at the half

Cody Kessler led the USC offense 81 yards in 4:34, but the Huskies managed to hold the Trojans to a field goal to end the half. It's the first time since Week 9 of 2011 that USC has not scored a TD in the first half (Oct. 29 vs. Stanford). Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Halftime interview with USC head coach Steve Sarkisian (0:30)

Kessler connects with Smith-Schuster

Cody Kessler found JuJu Smith-Schuster for 26 yards in the second to gain the first down, but USC is still knotted at 3 with Washington on ESPN.


Washington at (17) USC on ESPN

USC coach Steve Sarkisian will face his former team for the first time when Washington heads to the Coliseum. Despite the loss to Stanford, USC is ranked No. 2 in ESPN's FPI and has a 44% chance to win the Pac-12. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Team Stats

Passing Yards232.062nd
Rushing Yards112.6116th
Points For26.0Tied-155th
Points Against15.014th

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