The Broncos finally know what it is like to receive a beat down in the Chris Petersen era.
Boise State rolled into a newly renovated Husky Stadium and made it a special night—for the Huskies.
From the beginning of the contest, it just looked like Boise State was being outmatched and out played by Washington. The Huskies had all cylinders clicking as they passed and ran their way to dominance.
UW running back Bishop Sankey ran for 161 yards on 25 carries and a touchdown. However, it was the arm of Keith Price that did the most damage.
Price completed 23 passes on 31 attempts for 324 yards, two touchdowns and a single interception.
The 38-6 rolling of the Broncos will either be a life lesson that propels them forward in a quest for an outright Mountain West Conference title, or it is going to get into their heads and make them doubt.
Time will tell as Boise State has never experienced anything like this with Chris Petersen at the helm.
Let's look at the top 10 lessons learned in this game, and try to discern what it all means for the Broncos and the Huskies.