It was a dark and stormy night. The Sun Devils went into a cold and windy Seattle for a matchup with the Huskies that did not go as ASU had planned. The wind was a huge factor, as neither team was able to move the ball for most of the game. ASU led late in the fourth quarter, but only by a touchdown with Washington getting the ball back. It looked like overtime was a possibility before Armand Perry saved the day./
Play No. 4 (tied): Armand Perry's pick-six at Washington
Total: 25 points
Washington was driving down the field with a chance to tie the game late. Quarterback Troy Williams dropped back on a 4th-and-25 from his own 41-yard line with 1:05 left in the game, down by seven. He airmailed it deep down the right side for Kasen Williams but overthrew him. Armand Perry was back deep for the Sun Devils, cradled the interception near his own 39 and ran it all the way back to the house. It gave ASU a two-touchdown lead late and it managed to escape Seattle with a 24-10 win over the Huskies.