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Huskies won Pac-12 Championship for second-time in three-years

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The No. 11 Washington Huskies have won the Pac-12 Conference Championship game. They defeated the No. 17 Utah Utes on Friday night at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

The Huskies improved to 10-3 on the season. They were 7-2 in conference play.

The Utes fell to 9-4 on the season. They fell to 6-3 within the conference.

Washington Huskies quarterback Jake Browning warms up prior to the game with the Colorado Buffaloes
Jake Browning warms up prior to the game with the Colorado Buffaloes (Getty Images)

The Huskies have won two of the last three Pac-12 Football Conference Championship game. Then, as the No. 4 team defeated the then-No. 9 Colorado Buffaloes, 41-10, at Levi’s Stadium.

Huskies quarterback Jake Browning went 21 of 33 for 187 yards. He also had an interception.

Myles Gaskin had 23 carries for 71 yards. Salvon Ahmed had eight carries for 28 yards.

Andre Baccellia had eight receptions for 65 yards. Aaron Fuller had two receptions for 40 yards. Drew Sample had two receptions for 24 yards. Ahmed had three receptions for 21 yards.

Utes quarterback Jason Shelley went 17 of 27 for 137 yards. He also had three interceptions.

Armand Shyne had 11 carries for 37 yards.

Jaylen Dixon had seven receptions for 68 yards. Cole Fotheringham had two receptions for 24 yards. Demari Simpkins had two receptions for 17 yards.

Washington scored seven-points in the second-half. Byron Murphy scored on a 66-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Utah scored three-points in the second-half. Matt Gay made a 53-yard field goal.

The Huskies led 3-0 at halftime. Peyton Henry made a 29-yard field goal.

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