NCAA Football Highlights: Washington crushes Oregon 70-21

10/08/2016

EUGENE, OR – Jake Browning set a Washington record with six touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as Washington crushed Oregon 70-21 on Saturday at Autzen Stadium.

The 70 points were the most ever by Washington in the long-running series.

Brandon Gaudin and Derek Rackley called the action on Westwood One Sports.

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