The story of the Las Vegas Bowl: Washington running back Bishop Sankey is good. That's not a very long story. But with a quarter to go, Sankey's 223 yards make up about 70 percent of the Huskies' offense. He's averaging 8.8 yards per touch, including a run of 33 and a catch-and-run of 42.
He entered the game ranked fifth in the Pac-12 in rushing (1,234 yards) and sixth in yards from scrimmage (1,409). He's been one of the most consistent dual-threat backs in the country, putting up 153 in Washington's win of the year (over Stanford), cracking 100 in seven games and putting up fewer than 66 only once -- against LSU.
His hard running style surely has NFL types squeezing their clipboards, but he'll be with us for another year at least, as he's only a sophomore.
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