Washington's Kasen Williams pulls in a touchdown with Utah cornerback Ryan Lacy on his tail as the University of Washington Huskies take on the Utah Utes Saturday Nov. 10, 2012 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. It was the first points the Huskies put on the scoreboard. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, John Lok) OUTS: SEATTLE OUT, USA TODAY OUT, MAGAZINES OUT, TELEVISION OUT, SALES OUT. MANDATORY CREDIT TO: JOHN LOK/THE SEATTLE TIMES.

Utah opened its game at Washington with tough defense and an early score.

However, it did not last as the Utes allowed Washington quarterback Kieth Price to connect with several recievers and account for two touchdowns to help the Huskies take a 14-8 lead over the Utes at halftime.

The visiting Utah Utes' lone score came from a John White 46-yard rush, when he was able to break through the pack in the first quarter. Utah converted a two-point conversion following the touchdown.

Washington was able to counter in the second quarter with a touchdown pass to Kasen Williams.

Then a short while later, Price connected with Jaydon Mickens for a 47-yard gain to enter the red zone. Price ran the ball four yards for the touchdown.

Utah's rushing leader is John White who already has 91 yards on 11 attempts. Washington's Bishop Sankey is close behind him with 84 yards.

Whitney O'Bannon is currently a new media sports intern for the Deseret News.