SEATTLE -- In the final home game of his Washington career, Kevin King gave the Huskies the jolt they needed.The cornerbacks one-handed interception was so good, even the officials were asking where it ranked.The ref asked me that where that ranked. In my mind its like (No.) 5 or 6, but in reality its No. 1 for sure, King said.Kings second-quarter interception awakened the slumbering Huskies, and quarterback Jake Browning went on to throw for 338 yards and two touchdowns and No. 6 Washington routed Arizona State 44-18 on Saturday night to stay in the College Football Playoff mix.Washingtons victory sets up one of the biggest Apple Cups ever Friday in Pullman against Washington State with the winner claiming the Pac-12 North title and a spot in the conference title game. The two are tied on top of the North Division standings after Washington States 38-24 loss at Colorado on Saturday.Now its kind of like everyone hoped it would be, Washington coach Chris Petersen said.Washington (10-1, 7-1 Pac-12, No. 7 AP) will likely to move up in both the AP Top 25 and the CFP ranking after snapping a 10-game losing streak to the Sun Devils. But the Huskies appeared to let last weeks loss to Southern California linger early before a 21-point second quarter put Washington fully in control.Browning completed 27 of 44 passes with 12 of those going to John Ross for 95 yards, the fourth-most catches in school history. Myles Gaskin ran for 127 yards and a 45-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.Arizona State is kind of a curveball team in terms of making things hard on you, Petersen said. They certainly did in the first half, they sort of took us out of our rhythm.Washingtons defense dominated from the outset, holding Arizona State (5-6, 2-6) to 48 yards in the first half and just 84 through three quarters before reserves took over. Arizona States Manny Wilkins was 20 of 32 passing for 227 yards but was sacked six times. NKeal Harry had six catches for 114 yards, but the Sun Devils managed only 15 yards rushing. The 15 yards rushing were the fewest allowed by Washington since holding Arizona to (minus)-7 in 2006.Jay Jay Wilson had Arizona States only touchdowns, catching a pair of fourth-down TDs in the fourth quarter. And if the night needed to be any wackier, Washington linebacker Keishawn Bierria scooped up an onside kick attempt and returned it for a touchdown with 6:03 remaining.Arizona State lost its fifth straight and must beat Arizona to be bowl eligible.Weve had our fair share of obstacles and weve played some really good people, Arizona State coach Todd Graham said. This was the best team in the league that weve played to this point, no doubt.The Huskies slogged through the first 16 minutes before King jolted Washington awake. The senior cornerback intercepted Wilkins pass in the end zone, making a spectacular one-handed grab just three plays after Browning was intercepted for the second time in the first half.That was amazing. That is first-round material right there, Bierria said.Two plays after Kings interception, Browning hit Chico McClatcher on a screen pass and the speedy wide receiver raced 75 yards to start Washingtons 21-point second quarter. Browning added a 46-yard TD pass to Dante Pettis, and was 6 of 6 for 61 yards on the last drive of the first half. Lavon Coleman finished off the final yard for a 24-0 halftime lead.TURNING POINTIf there is such a thing in a 26-point win, it came in the opening moments of the second quarter. Browning was intercepted by Koron Crump, who returned the pick for a touchdown. But the TD was nullified by a blocking penalty at the 3 on Maurice Chandler. Instead of taking a 7-3 lead, the Sun Devils got nothing out of the turnover thanks to Kings interception.THE TAKEAWAYArizona State: The worst pass defense in the Pac-12 did get two interceptions but also gave up loads of yards. Browning was especially good in the second and third quarters, hitting receivers underneath the coverage and taking shots deep when available.Washington: The Huskies rediscovered their pass rush that had been missing the previous four weeks. Washington had four sacks in the first half, after having four sacks in the previous four games combined. Washington found success blitzing safeties Budda Baker and Ezekiel Turner. The Huskies finished with six sacks.INJURIESArizona State played without starting safety Marcus Ball and defensive lineman Jalen Bates. Washington was without safety Jojo McIntosh.UP NEXTArizona State: The Sun Devils travel to Tucson to face Arizona on Friday night.Washington: The Huskies close the regular season Friday at rival Washington State. New Balance Outlet Online . The Masters champion and winner of last weeks Australian PGA has a three-round total of 14-under 199 at Royal Melbourne. "Im in a really good position for tomorrow," Scott said. 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Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the penalty incurred by Mercedes and Nico Rosberg under the team radio restrictions is unlikely to act as a deterrent against messages from the pit wall.Rosberg dropped from second to third after a ten-second time penalty was issued by the stewards following the race. They deemed a message telling Rosberg to shift through seventh gear was in breach of rules designed to ensure the driver drives the car alone and unaided.However, now that engineers know the penalty for communicating with their drivers, Horner believes they will judge future messages based on the gap to the car behind.First of all, I think the rule is rubbish, Horner told journalists before the penalty had been issued. It doesnt make a great deal of sense, but the rules are the rules and on two counts, it sounds like instructions were given that breached that protocol. One was the switch change that was made and then the second was on how to drive the car with the seventh gear issue that they had.What will be interesting to see is the precedent that the stewarrds now come up with because if it is just a 5-second penalty or a reprimand, it is all fair game for the rest of the year and there will be loads of messages, where we will take into account, whether or not it is worth 5 seconds or not, or a reprimand given to the car.ddddddddddddSo, I think what will be interesting to see is the precedent that is set by Charlie and the stewards because they made it very clear, explicitly clear, going into this weekend what their expectations were.Horner believes Formula One should revisit the rules.The cars are technically very complex and you can understand why Mercedes would want to give that message to keep their driver running. Now it is a team sport at the end of the day and the cars are a lot more complicated than they were even four years ago for the drivers to be able to work out what they should and shouldnt be doing. The question going forward is: Are these rules right for Formula One? ' ' '