The Huskies started the quarter faced with 3rd and 5. They decided to run a reverse-pass with Jaydon Mickens, which was thrown out of bounds. Cameron Van Winkle snuck a field goal through to give UW a 41-19 advantage.
A 20 yard throw by Wes Lunt got the Illini drive off to a nice start, but a third down sack by Hau'oli Kikaha -- his third of the game -- forced Illinois into a 4th and long punt which was returned 14 yards by Dante Pettis.
Dwayne Washington took over on UW's next drive, going for consecutive carries of 3, 6, 4, 8 and 6yards before giving way to Lavon Coleman. Coleman picked right up where Washington left off with carries for 9, 3, 2 yards. Cyler Miles went incomplete on 3rd and 6th, and Van Winkle was back for another attempt, which he knocked in from a 51 yards.
A three and out for Illinois gave the ball back to the Huskies, which all but ended the game. Troy Williams got his first career action, as UW took to the ground to run out the clock, but couldn't get a first down and punted back to the Illini.
The second stringers for both teams were out on the field as the game wound down.