Monday morning rewind with Chris Petersen.

The No.6 ( AP poll  )/No.5 ( Coaches poll) ranked  Washington Huskies are 5-0 for the second season in a row. The Huskies are coming off one their best all-around efforts of the season except for a  small blemish in the kicking game. The blemish was a wide right  42-yard field goal attempt by Tristan Vizcaino

After a slow first half start in which the Huskies held a 7-0 lead at the break the Dogs exploded for 35 second-half points with 21 points coming in the third quarter. Husky quarterback Jake Browning threw two touchdown passes to Dante Pettis and Myles Gaskin had a 32-yard scamper that sealed the game for the Dawgs.

The offense finished the game with 509  total yards.  Browning was 26-34 for 293 passing yards with three touchdowns Gaskin had 117 rushing yards on 15 carries and  Pettis finished the day with 12 receptions 105 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

Husky coach Chris Petersen was not bothered by the slow start.

Up next for the Huskies will be a Nationally televised game versus the California Golden Bears((3-2, 0-2 Pac-12) Saturday night 7:45 p.m. at Husky Stadium. The  Bears are coached by Justin Wilcox former defensive coordinator for the Huskies before the  Chris Petersen era.




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