Washington drubbed Stanford in a game in which it just seemed everything went right for the Huskies at home, and everything went wrong for Stanford. Washington is the #1 toughest place to play for a reason, as they simply play fantastic at home and are tough to beat. The good vibes started off with the Huskies hitting a quick screen pass and Stanford having a player ready to tackle Justin Rouse behind the line of scrimmage. But Rouse, who had trouble getting organized after the catch, broke the tackle and then streaked down the sideline. He cut inside the last defender and scored. After the Stanford rebuttal was intercepted by cornerback Lance McDougal (2 picks on the day), running back Kelly Haynes had a highlight-reel run in which he had a couple of guys dive and miss and had another couple of broken tackles to put the Huskies up 14-0, which was stretched to 17-0 at halftime. It just seemed the Huskies players constantly broke the last tackle attempt, and on defense penetrated and tackled exceptionally well. The second half was more of the same as the Husky players just were on fire. I think somebody who had never played NCAA football would have had a difficult time losing. We were especially tough up the middle as the Stanford ground attack simply couldn't get untracked inside or outside against our defensive line. HB Clarence Crews was hurt 3 or 4 times with what Coach Twister called "a massive case of vaginitis. He'd need a fucking tarp for a tampon if he had a period." The star of the game was Kelly Haynes, who had 22 carries for 152 yards and a TD, and also caught a screen pass that went 47 yards for another TD. @Twister18 GG man we expect to have lots of tough battles during NCAA 12.