No. 7 Stanford, led by head coach David Shaw, took on No. 10 Washington, and head coach Chris Peterson, on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington.

Stanford was just the next opponent, the Huskies said, and t was no extra meaning or motivation.

“We didn’t play well. We didn’t block well. We couldn’t run the ball. We couldn’t pass protect and we couldn’t complete passes with any consistency, particularly the first two and a half quarters,” Stanford coach David Shaw said.

Stanford is likely to be punished for such a lopsided defeat, but still has quality wins over Kansas State, USC and UCLA. Expect the Cardinal to fall into the teens.

Stanford committed 11 penalties after entering the week as the least penalized team in the Pac-12.

Washington: The defense was up to the task of keeping McCaffrey under control and forcing Burns to beat them through the air.

SHORT-HANDED CARDINAL. Stanford was playing short-handed without starting cornerbacks Quenton Meeks and Alijah Holder, starting wide receiver Francis Owusu and starting fullback Daniel Marx.

Stanford already has wins over both Los Angeles schools after completing its comeback victory over UCLA last week.

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