Washington fails to complete another second-half comeback in 31-26 loss to Stanford

SEATTLE — Historic second-half comebacks are not a sustainable strategy. For the second consecutive week, the Washington Huskies trailed by three touchdowns at halftime. And for the second consecutive week, they stormed back in the second half. But this time, No. 22 Washington (3-1) — which entered the locker room staring up at a 24-3 deficit — couldn’t muster the decisive score, or stop. Instead, Stanford — a team that spent its week sleeping at a hotel and practicing at a high school — delivered the first loss of the Jimmy Lake Era. The Huskies fell by a final score of 31-26. Despite the def…

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