Huskies try not to panic, but fall to Ducks 52-21
EUGENE, Ore. -- Early in the second quarter Washington narrowed Oregon's lead to 21-7, and Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian had hope.
But the No. 2 Ducks answered with two touchdowns and headed into halftime with a 35-7 advantage, leaving Sarkisian and the rest of the 23rd-ranked Huskies deflated.
Saturday night's game ended with a 52-21 Oregon victory.
"We really tried not to panic. We tried to stick to the plan," Sarkisian said. "We got a good drive in there to get it to 21-7 ...
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