In case you missed yesterday’s action, or just want to relive the best parts, we’ve rounded up the highlights of yesterday’s 21–16 Washington Huskies loss to the Auburn Tigers for your viewing pleasure.
Quinten Pounds catches better with one hand. pic.twitter.com/cEYIrX0lBA— CBS Sports CFB (@CBSSportsCFB) September 1, 2018
Myles Gaskin: The new all-time leading rusher in UW history pic.twitter.com/0VSd8NQXah— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) September 1, 2018
It’s been my pleasure to have the UW rushing record the last 23 years. Miles is a straight BALLER and him being a Seattle native makes it even sweeter . Congratulations Miles... you’ve earned it #WOOF #WOOF— Pastor Napoleon (@napoleonkaufman) September 1, 2018
Adding further insult to injury is the replay booth had the opportunity to get that call right. Replay reviews every play and while full speed that can be tough to judge on the field, the fact the replay booth didn’t correct the error is hard to fathom. That’s targeting 100/100 https://t.co/43Ioizw4gs— Brock Huard (@BrockESPN) September 2, 2018
Crowd noise plays a part, as the LG doesn’t move with the snap and is late getting to the splitting DT who really goes untouched to the QB. Should’ve been protected 7 came, 7 protecting. #nuetralhomefieldadvantage pic.twitter.com/Jtb5W2Ix71— Ryan D Leaf (@RyanDLeaf) September 1, 2018
Chris Petersen said P Joel Whitford had been battling an injury of some kind (he didn't specify) entering the game, and that he did not get hurt making the tackle on his first punt.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) September 2, 2018
Jake Browning limped into postgame interview with wrap on his right knee. Asked about the last hit he took, Browning simply replied “I’m fine.”— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) September 2, 2018