SEATTLE, Wash. - Chris Wells ran for 135 yards and a touchdown Saturday as tenth-ranked Ohio State rallied to beat Washington, 33-14.
The Buckeyes scored 24 consecutive points in the second half. Linebacker James Laurinaitis intercepted Washington quarterback
Jake Locker twice deep in Buckeyes territory. And he sacked Locker during a decisive sequence in the third quarter.
Washington was inside Ohio State territory six times against the nation's top-ranked defense. The Huskies got 102 yards rushing and 153 yards passing from Locker.
But key mistakes, including Locker's three interceptions, doomed the Huskies in their sixth consecutive loss to a Top 10 opponent.
(The Associated Press contributed to this story.)