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Cameron Scarlett’s career day helps Stanford beat No. 15 Washington

Stanford’s Cameron Scarlett, center, is tackled by Washington’s Elijah Molden, left, and Brandon Wellington during the first half Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, in Stanford, Calif. (Ben Margot / AP)
Stanford’s Cameron Scarlett, center, is tackled by Washington’s Elijah Molden, left, and Brandon Wellington during the first half Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, in Stanford, Calif. (Ben Margot / AP)
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STANFORD, Calif. – Cameron Scarlett rushed for a career-high 157 yards and a touchdown, quarterback Davis Mills had another impressive game in place of injured starter K.J. Costello before apparently getting hurt himself, and Stanford pulled off its biggest win of the season, stunning No. 15 Washington 23-13 on Saturday night.

The Cardinal (3-3, 2-2 Pac-12) extended their home winning streak to six games, dating to 2007, against the Huskies with a plodding, methodical offense that kept Washington quarterback Jacob Eason on the sidelines for long chunks of the game.

Stanford dominated Washington (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) in nearly every offensive category and held an 18-minute edge in time of possession.

Jet Toner added three field goals to help the Cardinal, who have won back-to-back games following a three-game losing streak.

Mills was crisp until coming out of the game for an unknown reason in the middle of a scoring drive in the fourth quarter. Mills was 21-of-30 passing for 293 yards and a touchdown, but spent the final 9 minutes on the sidelines with what appeared to be a bag of ice wrapped around his left calf. Jack West ran the offense down the stretch.

Stanford got a big lift from its defense, which harassed Eason into an interception and forced a punt on Washington’s first two drives in the fourth quarter.

Eason was 15 of 35 for 181 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

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