Also, Tristan Vizcaino's fake field goal is first touchdown by a UW kicker since at least 1974.

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Notes, stats and highlights from the Huskies’ 31-17 victory over Utah State on Saturday afternoon:

  • Jake Browning‘s 368 yards passing are the most every by a Washington freshman quarterback and are tied for the 11th-most in UW single-game history. They are also the most yards by a Husky QB since Keith Price threw for 376 yards vs. Cal in 2013.
  • Dwayne Washington, after his 81-yard TD reception in the second quarter, now has seven plays of 50 yards or longer in his career. That includes a school-record-tying six rushes of 50 yards or more.
  • Dwayne Washington‘s 131 yards receiving are the fourth-most by a UW running back in school history. Roland Kirkby holds the record of 184 yards vs. Kansas State in 1950.
  • Cameron Van Winkle converted a 48-yard field goal in the first quarter to give the Huskies a 3-0 lead. It was Van Winkle‚Äôs first field-goal attempt since narrowly missing a 46-yard attempt in the final seconds of the season opener at Boise State.
  • Utah State’s field goal at the 10:31 mark of the second quarter was the first score by a UW opponent over the last 99 minutes, 31 seconds, a streak of seven-plus quarters. Boise State kicked a field goal with two seconds left in the first half of he opening game.
  • Sophomore Tristan Vizcaino, UW’s backup place-kicker, scored a 2-yard touchdown on a fake field goal in the second quarter was the first points of any kind of his UW career. He then added his first career point-after touchdown. Going back to records available in the UW press box, that was the first TD by a UW kicker since at least the 1974 season.
  • Brandon Beaver‘s 96-yard interception return is the longest ever in UW history.