By Kaiden Smith, On3 Sports: Washington‘s 36-33 come-from-behind win over Oregon marked one of the most exciting and impressive performances of the college football season, bumping the Huskies up to a No. 5 ranking in the most recent AP Top 25 Poll.
The Huskies had their backs against the wall down by four points before their defense got a huge fourth-down stop that gave their offense the ball back with 2:11 left in the ballgame on their own 47-yard line.
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Washington head coach Kalen Deboer breaks down the Huskies decision to score so quickly in their two-minute drill versus Oregon.
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