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Washington 7, Oregon State 0, 1st Qtr

With ease, the UW moved the ball up and down the field on its two possessions.

And after fumbling the ball away deep in Beavers' territory the first drive, the Huskies cashed in the second time around - on Jake Locker's 16-yard touchdown strike to Jermaine Kearse.

On the scoring play, Locker rolled to his right, and fired a dart along the right sideline. Kearse beat OSU's James Dockery to the spot, and made the catch.

The UW went 69 yards on the scoring drive, in 4:11.

After a Desmond Trufant interception, the Huskies are in scoring position again at the OSU 4-yard line as time expired on the quarter.

The Huskies went 56 yards on their first drive, but came up empty when, on a third-down scramble from the OSU 14-yard line, Locker ran right into the back of receiver D'Andre Goodwin, causing a fumble at the 10:18 mark. Gabe Miller recovered it for the Beavers.