1985

Washington 28
Oklahoma 17

January 1, 1985 – Orange Bowl Stadium
 
Huskies Beat Sooners, Finish #2
Washington, the first Pac-10 team to be invited to the Orange Bowl, rallied to beat No. 2 Oklahoma 28-17.
 
Backup quarterback Hugh Millen came off the bench in relief of Paul Sicuro to lead Washington to a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns. The Huskies had jumped out to a surprising 14-0 lead early when Sicuro connected with Danny Greene on a 29-yard touchdown pass and Jacque Robinson later scored from the one yard line.
 
Oklahoma cut the lead to 14-7 on Danny Bradley's one-yard run and then tied the game just before halftime when Derrick Shepard caught a Bradley pass at the 47 and raced in.
 
The Sooners broke the deadlock in the third quarter on a 35-yard Tim Lashar field goal, but with 8:39 to play, Millen tossed a 12-yard touchdown pass to Mark Pattison that gave Washington the 21-17 advantage. Washington then intercepted a Sooner pass to set up its final score.
 

  WASH OKLA
First Downs 17 17
Rushing Attempts 43 54
Rushing Yards 192 162
Passes Attempted 21 21
Passes Completed 9 6
Had Intercepted 3 1
Passing Yards 119 124
Total Offense 311 286
Punts/Avg. 6/37.7 7/34.6
Fumbles/Lost  3/1 6/2
Penalties/Yards 5/25 8/60

 

SCORE BY QUARTERS            
Washington 14 0 0 14 - 28
Oklahoma 0 14 0 3 - 17

                   
SCORING SUMMARY
WASH: Greene 29-yard pass from Sicuro (Jaeger kick); WASH: Robinson 1-yard run (Jaeger kick); OKLA: Bradley 1-yard run (Lashar kick); OKLA: Shepard 61-yard pass from Bradley (Lashar kick); OKLA: Lashar 35-yard FG; WASH: Pattison 12-yard pass from Millen (Jaeger kick); WASH: Fenney 6-yard run (Jaeger kick) MOP: Jacque Robinson (Washington), Ron Holmes (Washington)
 
Washington Head Coach: Don James
Oklahoma Head Coach: Barry Switzer