2013 Fight Hunger Bowl: 10 Things We Learned in Washington's Win over BYU

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2013 Fight Hunger Bowl: 10 Things We Learned in Washington's Win over BYU
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Huskies (9-4) came into tonight's game with interim head coach Marques Tuiasosopo and were able to beat the BYU Cougars (8-5) impressively by a score of 31-16. 

Washington only accrued 319 yards of total offense in this game. However, the Husky defense stepped up and shut out BYU in the second half. Bishop Sankey led Washington with two rushing touchdowns on the evening. 

Taysom Hill played exceptionally well in the loss. He threw for 293 yards and rushed for 133 more. He just didn't get a ton of help on the evening, outside of wide receiver Cody Hoffman. 

Here are 10 things we learned in this contest. 

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