Game 4: Washington vs. California game notes

Sep 24, 2011, 6:32 PM | Updated: 7:38 pm

Mark Knight

Special to 710Sports.com

Game notes from the Washington Huskies 31-23 victory over the
California Golden Bears.

– Injuries to Gregory Ducre, Hau’oli Jamora, Johri Fogerson, and John
Timu were suffered during this game. Timu was taken to Harbor View Hospital
but Sark says he should be find and it was more precautionary.

– Keith Price has 14 touchdown passes through 4 games.

– Chris Polk moved into fifth all-time on UW’s career rushing attempts.

– Bishop Sankey received his first carry of the season and it went for 13
yards. He ended the day with 2 carries for 16 yards.

– Washington is now 3-1 for the first time since 2006.

– Chris Polk for the first time this season rushed for under 100 yards.

– Cal was 7-for-17 on 3rd down conversions and 2-for-4 on 4th down.

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