Thanks to those of you who have shared your thoughts below. I'll try to repond tomorrow.
For now, I wanted to add these post-game notes to the mix before heading home:
Star of the game
Quarterback Isaiah Stanback had a hand in all three UW touchdowns, running for one and passing to Johnie Kirton and Sonny Shackelford for the others. Stanback completed 15 of 26 passes for 151 yards and carried 12 times for 91 yards.
Junior defensive end Caesar Rayford of Spanaway blocked a point-after-touchdown attempt in the final five minutes to account for the margin of victory. The play had gotten off to a bad start as the Fresno holder had briefly mishandled the snap. UW defensive coordinator Kent Baer said the staff had noticed something in the Fresno kicking game and installed a special rush to take advantage.
Late in the third quarter, Fresno faked a field goal and instead tried a pooch punt to back the Huskies up near their own goal. However, in trying to let the ball roll as close as possible the goal line, the Bulldogs botched the play and allowed the ball to get into the end zone for a touchback.
"That's unbelievable," FSU coach Pat Hill said. "That's an unbelievable play. We work on special teams more than anything else. We should have had that ball nursed at the one yard line."
UW's medical report included only linebacker E.J. Savannah, who suffered a hand/thumb injury of undetermined severity. Also, cornerback Dashon Goldson was held out of the game after trying to play through a high-ankle sprain last week in Oklahoma.
Washington is one-third of the way to bowl eligibility at the one-quarter mark of the season.
The Huskies hadn't won a one-point game since a 35-34 win over Oregon State in 1998.
Both of UW's first-half scoring drives went 13 plays. This season, five Husky drives have lasted exactly 13 plays.
Sean Douglas punted six times for an average of 44.3 yards. That increased his career average to 43.28 yards, highest in Husky history.
UW ran for 128 yards after gaining 300 and 202 yards on the ground in the first two games.
Marcel Reece set a career high and Quinton Daniels tied his career high with three catches each.
Defensive coordinator Kent Baer worked the game from the coach's box for the first time in his career. He swapped places with secondary coach J.D. Williams so that Williams could work more closely with the defensive backs on the sidelines.
Williams' brother, Fresno receiver Paul Williams, had a game-high six receptions for 85 yards. They also are brothers of the late Husky safety Curtis Williams.
Next: 4 p.m. Saturday, UCLA, Husky Stadium. That one also will be televised.