It's too bad the game wasn't just 10 minutes long. An over-matched Montana Grizzly football team never had a chance.

The 7th ranked team in the nation, the Washington Huskies, showed their might in every facet of the game, demolishing the Montana Grizzlies 63-7 in Seattle Saturday night. The Huskies rarely had a bad play, the only exception being when UW's superstar   quarterback Jake Browning had a pass tipped and Griz safety Josh Sandry took it back for Montana's only score of the game. That came with about five minutes to go in the first quarter.

A couple of key players for Montana, cornerback Lewis Cowans and safety Josh Sandry, left with undisclosed injuries. The Griz will have to regroup and hopefully have a breather next week at home against Savannah State. See you at 1pm Saturday, Griz Nation.

DB