Daniel Sims knows that the burden of this team is on his shoulders. Going against a tough Washington defense, he knew that this year will be his toughest yet. With his improved accuracy, he now has to get his new WR's up to speed, all of which are raw and very unproven. On this day, Sims threw 3 picks. The Huskies defense was particularly tough around the endzone where they picked off Sims twice in the area. But as everyone is quickly learning, this kid has the moxy to be a star. Sims made quite a few beautiful passes on the game, including plenty placed perfectly over the CB's heads. He made his biggest throws on the last series of the game. With the game tied at 24 and a minute + to go, he led Rutgers down the field, with his biggest throw being a simple short comeback, in which Jon Burch caught it, raced up field and broke two big tackles which put Rutgers in field goal range. Washington tried to ice the kicker Marvin Austin but he booted the 40 yarder inside the left goal post.