Fueled by a new up-tempo offense, the Huskies had little trouble reeling off chunks of yards. The Dawgs passed for 324 yards and ran for another 268 yards, totaling 592 total yards.
Sophomore Jaydon Mickens stepped up to help fill the void left by Austin Seferian-Jenkins due to his one game suspension. Mickens caught nine passes for 109 yards, not far from the 190 receiving yards he had his entire freshman year.
Tight end Joshua Perkins also contributed in the absence of Seferian-Jenkins, catching an 18-yard touchdown pass at the end of the third quarter to make it a three-score game.
The Huskies have a bye before traveling to Chicago to play Illinois on September 14.