Published: Sun, December 31, 2017
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Penn State hangs on to beat Washington 35-28 in Fiesta Bowl

Penn State hangs on to beat Washington 35-28 in Fiesta Bowl

This year the Pac-12 saw Oregon, UCLA, Arizona, Stanford, Washington State, Arizona State, USC and Washington all lose and the Utes be the only team to pick up a win.

Trace McSorley, the Lions' veteran dual-threat quarterback, threw for 342 yards and two scores and added another 60 on the ground.

Washington had the nation's top run defense during the regular season, allowing 92 yards per game, but Barkley matched that on one run in the second quarter.

Washington scored just before halftime, as Myles Gaskin's 13-yard touchdown run with 4:15 remaining in the second made the score 28-14.

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11 CFP, allowed Penn State to work the clock to under a minute on the next drive and gave up a season-high 545 total yards.

Penn State had just missed a field goal in the fourth quarter to ice the game, which meant the Huskies were going to get the ball back with some life, and some hope. They're also 20-7-1 at the betting window in their last 28 games after accumulating less than 170 yards passing in their previous game. On Saturday, its second-best team - Washington - wasn't faring much better in the Fiesta Bowl. And Hamilton, PSU's fifth-year wideout, caught five passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns. Instead, Utah was the only one of the nine teams to win its bowl game and the Pac-12 ended the bowl season with the worst record ever for a Power-5 Conference for an entire bowl season.

Penn State ends the season 11-2 while Washington finishes the season 10-3.

The Pac-12 was outscored by a combined 87 points in the nine games with Washington State's 25-point loss to Michigan State being the most lopsided of the defeats.

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