Oct 15, 2011 7:45 PM by Jordan Mason
SEATTLE (AP) - Keith Price continued his assault on Washington's record book with four first-half touchdown passes, and Washington made its case for a national ranking with an impressive 52-24 rout of Colorado on Saturday.
The Huskies rolled up nearly 400 yards in the first half and led 38-10 at the break behind TD passes of 17, 11, 14 and 4 yards by the sophomore quarterback. Price now has 21 TDs on the season, tied for fourth most in Washington history for single-season TD passes.
Washington (5-1, 3-0) has now scored at least 30 points or more in its first six games for the first time in school history and is 5-1 for the first time in a decade. The 52 points were the most since 2001.
Colorado (1-6, 0-3) hung around early, but its offense wasn't able to keep up, especially after running back Rodney Stewart left in the first half with knee injury.
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