Insta-Recap & Rate the Game: California Drops the Ball at Washington in Overtime, 24-31
Golden Bears outgained the Huskies in yards, but turnovers cost them the game
Locked in another close game against the Washington Huskies (2-1, 1-0 Pac-12), the California Golden Bears (1-3, 0-1 Pac-12) lost 24-31 in overtime, dropping the ball and its chances at their first Pac-12 Conference victory.
Washington defensive back Cameron Williams forced a fumble at its 1-yard line in overtime, denying California running back Damien Moore the touchdown and chance to force a second overtime period.
California outgained Washington throughout the game in yards 457 to 326, but costly penalties and three turnovers cost the visiting team its desired result.
Golden Bears quarterback Chase Garbers threw two interceptions and gave the game away, despite a record night passing.