On Saturday afternoon, the No. 25 Washington Huskies hosted the No. 12 Oregon Ducks in a highly-anticipated Pac-12 showdown.
The winner on Saturday's game is set to take a stranglehold on the Pac-12 North. Oregon, despite playing on the road, entered as a three-point favorite.
However, the early going was all Huskies as Washington jumped out to an early 14-7 lead. After looking set to take a two-touchdown lead numerous times, the Huskies failed to take advantage.
Oregon eventually tied the contest at 14 apiece, but that was just the first piece of bad news for Washington.
Star wide receiver Aaron Fuller, who entered the game with an injury, was listed as active. However, he did not see the field in the first half.
ABC sideline reporter Holly Rowe revealed Fuller is likely out for the game with a "nagging injury."
Fuller leads the team in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns on the year.
In his absence, star tight end Hunter Bryant stepped up with a massive first-half performance. Bryant racked up three receptions for 65 yards, leading the Huskies to a 21-14 halftime lead.
Washington's defense came to play as well, slowing down a potent Oregon offense.
Stay tuned for the latest from the game.