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12/11/17 - 2017 ALL-PAC-12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB Jake Browning, Jr.,...Earning honorable mention were freshman tailback Salvon Ahmed (Kirkland, Wash.), LB Tevis Bartlett (Cheyenne, Wyo.), junior quarterback Jake Browning (Folsom, Calif.), sophomore cornerback Myles Bryant (Pasadena, Calif.) and sophomore offensive lineman Nick Harris (Inglewood, Calif.). - Washington Football
11/20/17 - NOV 12 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jake Browning, Jr., QB, Washington (Folsom, Calif.)...Led Washington to a come-from-behind 33-30 win over Utah Saturday, leading the Huskies from seven points down in the final minutes...Was 26-for-35 for 354 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions...His two TDs were the 76th and 77th of his career, establishing a new UW career TD pass record...Down 30-23, UW got the ball with just 2:03 left. Browning completed five straight passes before Myles Gaskin ran in the-game tying TD with just 0:58 to go. After holding the Utah defense, Browning and the offense came back onto the field on the UW 28 with just 0:29 to go. Following an 18-yard pass to Dante Pettis and a 31-yarder to Andre Baccellia, Tristan Vizcaino connected on a 38-yard field goal on the game's final play. ALSO NOMINATED, OFFENSIVE: Demario Richard, ASU; Royce Freeman, ORE; Bryce Love, STAN; Jordan Lasley, UCLA; Ronald Jones II, USC; Tyler Huntley, UTAH. - Pac-12 Football
10/02/17 - QB Jake Browning has completed 71.4 percent of his passes and has been intercepted just three times in 133 pass attempts. The junior has thrown multiple touchdown passes in four of five games and has completed more than 84 percent of his passes on two occasions. Browning hasn't topped 300 yards yet this season but also didn't have any through five games last season when he ended up with three.
09/30/17 - Jake Browning threw for three touchdowns and ran for one to lead No. 6 Washington to a 42-7 victory over Oregon State on Saturday night at Reser Stadium. Browning connected with Dante Pettis for scores of 5, 34 and 15 yards in the second half as the Huskies (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) pulled away after leading just 7-0 at the half. Myles Gaskin added a 32-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and finished with 113 yards on 15 carries Browning was 26 of 34 for 293 yards with an interception on a tipped pass. Pettis had a career-high 12 receptions for 105 yards, and his three touchdowns matched his career best.
Washington rolled up a season-high 506 total yards and the defense was equally impressive as it allowed Oregon State (1-4, 0-2) to cross midfield only once until they scored on Thomas Tyner's 15-yard run late in the fourth quarter. Of Oregon State's first 11 possessions, eight ended with punts, two with fumbles and another with a kneel-down to end the first half. The Beavers' deepest penetration was the Washington 45 until they went 74 yards on their final possession to finish with 184 total yards. Darell Garretson was 11-of-22 passing for 74 yards in his first start of the season. Tyner was Oregon State' leading rusher with 54 yards on nine carries. Oregon State has been outscored 149-49 in the second half this season. - The Sports Xchange
09/25/17 - QB Jake Browning has passed for 958 yards and nine touchdowns against two interceptions. The junior completed just 11 of 21 attempts for 160 yards and one touchdown against Colorado but did avoid key mistakes. Browning's completion percentage dipped to 69.7 percent, which ranks 14th nationally, but he could be in line for a nice rebound against an Oregon State team that has already allowed 12 passing touchdowns.
09/10/17 - Washington coach Chris Petersen and his players on offense were not pleased with what they called "a wake-up call" the previous week. They responded to the challenge with a balanced performance, but it was the defense that left the biggest mark on Saturday night. Jake Browning threw for 259 yards and two touchdowns and the defense forced four turnovers as seventh-ranked Washington stifled Montana 63-7 in its home opener at Husky Stadium in Seattle. The Huskies (2-0) clicked early on offense and had help on special teams, but it was the defense that kept the pressure on throughout. The Grizzlies (1-1) gained just 31 of their 163 total yards on the ground.
Washington didn't make it much easier in the passing game. Leading by 35 late in the third quarter, cornerback Jomon Dotson intercepted Montana quarterback Reese Phillips and zig-zagged to both sides of the field before completing the 68-yard return to extend the lead to 49-7. The Huskies racked up nine tackles for a loss, four sacks, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries and posted a second-half shutout. "I thought our defense played well. We stopped them when we really needed to," Petersen said. "When you score on defense, I think that just always changes things. I don't know why it is, but it does." Offensively, Browning completed 22 of 26 passes, including five to senior tight end Will Dissly, who hauled in two touchdown throws. - The Sports Xchange
09/01/17 - Washington, which entertained a lofty preseason ranking and high expectations, got off to a slow start before finally showing up in the season opener against Rutgers on Friday. The No. 8 Huskies got their offense in gear after halftime, turning a tight game into a 30-14 victory over the pesky Scarlet Knights in front of 46,093 fans at High Point Solutions Stadium. Washington handed Rutgers its 10th straight loss dating back to 2016 and beat the Scarlet Knights in the season opener for the second straight year. Junior quarterback Jake Browning, who finished sixth in the Heisman voting last season, recovered from a sluggish first half to throw a pair of touchdowns. He is trying to improve on a sophomore season in which he tied the Pac-12 record with 43 touchdown passes.
Browning finished 17-for-30 for 284 yards, 203 of which came in the second half. Senior kicker Tristan Vizcaino added three field goals in the win. Redshirt freshman cornerback Byron Murphy spearheaded the defensive effort for the defending Pac-12 champions with a pair of interceptions, while also downing two punts inside Rutgers' 3-yard line on special teams. The Huskies extended a three-point halftime lead to 17-7 when Browning found a wide-open Lavon Coleman out of the backfield for a 7-yard touchdown on third-and-goal with 9:17 left in the third quarter. Browning later added an 18-yard scoring pass to running back Myles Gaskin that made it a 20-point game on the first play of the fourth quarter. - The Sports Xchange
08/18/17 - QB Jake Browning sensitivity about his offseason shoulder surgery makes it clear he knows deep inside that the program is highly dependent on his health. "If it was my left shoulder, no one would care," Browning said of the surgery. "Since it was my right, even I'm focused on it a little more, but it's just more to make sure I get back to where I need to be and be even better than it used to be."
07/27/17 - QB Jake Browning was seventh nationally last season in passing efficiency (167.5 rating), but he was ineffective in a late-season loss to USC and a defeat to Alabama in a College Football Playoff semifinal. It was later revealed he was suffering from an undisclosed injury to his throwing shoulder, which required offseason surgery. "I feel good," he told the Pac-12 Network on Wednesday. "It hasn't held me back from anything for months now. All ready to go." Browning has thrown for 6,385 yards and 59 touchdowns in two seasons, with 19 interceptions.
07/11/17 - 2017 Preseason Maxwell Award Watchlist: QB Jake Browning, Washington,...Browning, a junior from Folsom, Calif., was named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year and finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting last year after passing for 3,430 yards and a Pac-12, record-tying 43 touchdowns. - Washington Football