The Huskies started out the half by taking a touchback and and a procedure penalty, then moving backward before punting. It was one of few non-shanks by Korey Durkee, but wind got a hold of it and it made it only to the ASU 43 yard line.
Taylor Kelly opened up the drive with a strike to move the chains, and the ASU offense kepth them moving in spite of Keishawn Bierria picking up the first sack of his career. Then it was time for Hau'oli Kikaha to take over, as he notched consecutive sacks en route to setting UW's all time career sacks lead, and then the single season sack record.
On UW's first play of their drive, Troy Williams was hit by an untouched pass rusher as he was throwing which resulted in a fumble, which ASU took to the UW 1 yard line.
Four plays later, Danny Shelton and the Huskies defensive front had held and stopped ASU short of the goal line to get the Dawgs the ball back on their 1 yard line.
UW went 3 and out, and Tristan Vizcaino came in to attempt a punt which went to the UW 40 yard line.
On ASU's drive, John Timu made up for his drop against Oregon a week ago by stepping in front of a Kelly pass and taking it 63 yards to the house to bring the Dawgs to withing a score at 10-7.
Kikaha led the charge of UW's defensive stand on ASU's next drive with his 4th tackle for loss of the evening, and ASU went three and out and punted.
After picking up a first down, UW ran a sweep to John Ross which ended up losing 11 yards, and Troy Williams threw an interception on a pass where Joshua Perkins never even looked for the ball. Somebody ran the wrong play, or didn't get an adjustment, as the players were clearly on two separate pages.