Pac-12: Huskies blow Cougars out of title game giving Stanford rematch with USC

Myles Gaskin ran for 192 yards and four touchdowns, Washington forced four turnovers, and the No. 17 Huskies ended No. 13 Washington State’s hopes for a Pac-12 North title with a 41-14 thumping Saturday night at Seattle.

The Apple Cup remained decorated in purple for the fifth straight year thanks to a thorough domination by Washington that was punctuated by Gaskin’s runs and a suffocating defense that made the night miserable for Luke Falk in his final regular-season game.

It was a major flop for Washington State, needing only a victory to win its first Pac-12 North title and earn a spot in the conference title game Friday against USC. Washington State had memorable Apple Cup wins over the Huskies in 1997 and 2007 in Seattle.

This is one the Cougars would like to immediately forget.

Stanford 38, Notre Dame 20: K.J. Costello threw two of his career-high four touchdown passes in the fourth quarter and No. 21 Stanford rallied for a 38-20 victory over No. 8 Notre Dame on Saturday night.

The game couldn’t have gone much better for the Cardinal (9-3), who got the help they needed from Washington to send Stanford to the conference championship against USC at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.

The Cardinal finished tied for first in the

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