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No. 7 Washington Huskies rout Montana 63-7

Dante Pettis weaved his way 67 yards for the seventh punt return touchdown of his career, Jake Browning threw for 259 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 7 Washington rolled past Montana 63-7 on Saturday night.

Huskies’ fate against Alabama may depend on offensive line

On this, we can all agree: If the No. 4 Washington Huskies are to have any real shot of knocking off No. 1 Alabama in their national semifinal on New Year’s Eve, they have to give sophomore quarterback Jake Browning some time to throw from the pocket.

AP Heisman Watch: Can champ week contenders catch Jackson?

Lamar Jackson stumbled down the stretch, leaving the rest of the field one last chance to catch him in the Heisman Trophy race. An avalanche of sacks and turnovers the last two weeks have taken some of the luster off an otherwise spectacular season for the Louisville quarterback.

AP HEISMAN WATCH: Lamar Jackson of Louisville leads; race for 2nd is crowded

Even if Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson wins the Heisman Trophy in a landslide vote, there may still be a slew of finalists at the award presentation in New York on Dec. 10. There are always at least three finalists for the trophy. Whether there are more is determined by point totals and the gap between vote-getters.

Huskies remember collapse against Sun Devils last season

The hit from Azeem Victor hardly fazed Arizona State running back Kalen Ballage, who bounced off the would-be tackle, broke two more attempted tackles from Washington defenders and broke free along the right sideline.

Purple Haze: No. 10 Washington rolls No. 7 Stanford

Jake Browning threw for 210 yards and three touchdowns, Myles Gaskin added 100 yards and two scores, and No. 10 Washington was dominant on both sides, overwhelming No. 7 Stanford 44-6 on Friday night.