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SEATTLE -- Taylor Kelly threw two touchdown passes after missing more than a month with a foot injury, the second a 7-yarder to Gary Chambers with 3 minutes left in No. 14 Arizona States 24-10 victory over Washington on a blustery Saturday night. Playing in strong swirling wind with waves of heavy rain blowing in sideways, the guys from the desert managed the difficult conditions for their ninth straight win over Washington. Arizona State (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) remained in control of the race in the Pac-12 South and set up a huge matchup with Utah next week in Tempe. Kelly threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Jaelen Strong in the first half, but was at his best on Arizona States final drive. On second-and-goal, Kelly got his pass off as he was being pulled down by Washingtons Hauoli Kikaha. Chambers made the adjustment on the throw and hauled in his only catch of the night for the go-ahead points. Armand Perry returned an interception 61 yards for a touchdown with 52 seconds left when Washingtons Troy Williams attempted a desperation throw on fourth-and-25. It was the second interception throw by Williams, making his first start after Cyler Miles suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter last week against Oregon. Washington (5-3, 1-3) suffered its second straight loss to a ranked opponent. Its the first time a Chris Petersen-coached team has lost consecutive games since the end of the 2007 season when Boise State lost at Hawaii and then to East Carolina in the bowl game. Shaq Thompson moved almost exclusively to running back with injuries thinning the Huskies ball carries. The linebacker finished with 98 yards rushing on 21 carries. Kelly was 14 of 25 for 180 yards. He was 3 of 3 for 36 yards and ran for another 12 on Arizona States final drive. Kelly also gave Washington a chance when John Timu intercepted Kellys pass and returned it 63 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. Arizona State also twice failed to come away with points in the second half after having the ball inside the Washington 10. But the good in Kellys return outweighed the mistakes. Kelly made his first appearance since suffering a foot injury on Sept. 13 against Colorado. Mike Bercovici filled in more than admirably with Kelly on the sidelines leading the Sun Devils to back-to-back wins over ranked opponents -- USC and Stanford -- for the first time since 1997. Kelly and the Sun Devils scored all 10 points in the first half taking advantage of poor punts by Washington. Kelly found Strong on a quick slant for the touchdown after the receiver beat Washington cornerback Marcus Peters off the line of scrimmage midway through the second quarter for a 7-0 lead. Zane Gonzalez guided through a 33-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead at halftime. But Arizona State could not extend the lead despite two huge opportunities. Early in the third quarter Williams was sacked by Viliami Moeakiola and fumbled with Demetrius Cherry picking up the loose ball and returning it to the Washington 1. But the Sun Devils were stuffed on four tries from the 1 and Washington took over Then after Timus interception return pulled Washington within 10-7, Williams was intercepted on a third down pass by Jordan Simone. The Sun Devils failed to capitalize again when Bercovici bobbled a high snap on Gonzalez 27-yard field goal attempt. The Huskies then put together their best drive of the night running on 13 of 14 plays, but Thompson was stopped for a loss of 4 yards on third-and-goal at the 2. The Huskies settled for Cameron Van Winkles 23-yard field goal and a 10-10 tie with 7:14 left. Womens Bills Jerseys . Fourteen players were suspended last summer by Major League Baseball as part of the Biogenesis drug scandal, ranging from All-Stars to also-rans. 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Still the defending AFC champions persevered, riding their top-ranked defence and key contributions from younger players to a 12-4 record and their eighth playoff appearance since 2000, remarkable consistency in a league where change is the only constant.VANCOUVER -- When the Vancouver Canucks hired John Tortorella, performances like Saturday nights were probably what they envisioned. Fast, aggressive forecheck and relentless puck pressure in all three zones are hallmarks of the fiery coachs style, and it was all on display against the overmatched Edmonton Oilers. Dan Hamhuis and Jannik Hansen scored 18 seconds apart late in the first period as the Canucks cruised to a 6-2 victory over the Oilers in Vancouvers home opener. "Thats the way we want to play. Thats the way we want to continue to play and we want to enforce that on other teams," said Canucks centre Ryan Kesler, who scored in the second period. "We want to do that every night. We want to win that way." Daniel Sedin had a goal and an assist, and Brad Richardson and Jason Garrison -- into an empty net -- also scored for the Canucks (1-1-0) as Roberto Luongo made 21 saves. Henrik Sedin picked up three assists as Vancouver rebounded from Thursdays season-opening 4-1 road loss to the San Jose Sharks in impressive fashion. "We were aggressive, we put a lot of pressure on their (defence)," said Henrik Sedin. "We didnt really play this way for the last couple of years, we were sitting back a little bit more and played a little more on the safe side." Tortorella, who replaced the fired Alain Vigneault in the off-season, has answered repeated questions about the players ability to adapt to his system. The Canucks showed spurts in their season-opening road loss to San Jose but Saturdays performance was closer to what the coach envisioned. "We were pretty consistent tonight in our attack," said Tortorella. "(Im) pretty satisfied with that part of the game." Luongo, back as Vancouvers No. 1 goalie after the the Canucks traded Cory Scheinder to the New Jersey Devils, had a good view of his teams domination of Edmonton. "Thats one of the best games Ive seen this team play in a long time," said Luongo. "It was 60 minutes. It was hard. We sustained pressure the whole game." Jeff Petry and Boyd Gordon had the goals for the Oilers (0-2-0). Devan Dubnyk allowed five goals on 31 shots before being replaced in the second period by Jason LaBarbera. The Edmonton backup finished with 12 saves. Oilers rookie head coach Dallas Eakins has spent the pre-season trying to shake the teams image of being in rebuild mode, stressing that the time to win is now. Its clearly going to take some time. "Old habits die hard," Eakins said. "I was encouraged with certain things going through the pre-season. I was more encouraged even though we let that game get away against Winnipeg (a 5-4 season-opening home loss). "Tonight we are back to square one. This isnt going to be an easy process here. We will dig our heels in and continue on." After the teams exchanged goals in the games first four minutes, the Canucks carrried the play for the rest of the period, with Hamhuis and Hansen beating Dubnyk in quick succession late to give Vancouver a 3-1 lead after 20 minutes.dddddddddddd Hamhuis made it 2-1 with a shot from just inside the Edmonton blue-line that took a deflection off Petrys stick with 1:33 left in the period. The fans at Rogers Arena had barely sat down from celebrating that goal when Hansen, who took the spot of the injured Alexandre Burrows on Vancouvers top line, beat Dubnyk from the slot to give his team a 3-1 edge at 18:45 as the Canucks closed out the period with a 22-8 advantage on the shot clock. Vancouver then made it 4-1 on the power play at 7:21 of the second on a picture-perfect passing play. Alexander Edler fed Henrik Sedin, who in turn found his brother Daniel with a no-look spin-o-rama pass in front of a helpless Dubnyk. The Vancouver onslaught continued at 13:56 when Kesler ripped a shot past Dubnyk from the top of the faceoff circle with the teams playing 4-on-4. That spelled the end of the night for the Edmonton goaltender, who was replaced by LaBarbera. "We shot a lot tonight. It was good to see. We had a lot of second and third opportunities. When you shoot that much youre going to get six goals," said Kesler, who finished with nine shots. "You shoot that much, you play that much with the puck, youre going to tire out the other team." Gordon gave Edmonton some life when he scored off an odd-man rush at 15:23 but the Oilers still trailed by three after two periods and wouldnt get any closer in the third before Garrison iced it with a short-handed empty-net goal at 18:16. The Oilers got on the board first at 1:58 of the opening period when Petry beat Luongo five-hole from a sharp angle with both teams down a man. But the lead didnt last long as Richardson, who joined the Canucks as a free agent in the off-season, raced in on a short-handed breakaway and beat Dubnyk between the pads to tie the score at 3:42 before Hamhuis and Hansen scored late in the period. "We really did come out OK," said Oilers left-winger Taylor Hall, who was minus-4. "We scored the first goal. They scored right after that and we just kind of fell off the wagon there." Notes: Garrison also added an assist. ... Burrows is expected to miss a couple of weeks after breaking a bone in his foot blocking a shot in the loss to San Jose. ... David Booth took Hansens spot on the second line with Kesler and Chris Higgins. ... Edmonton lost left-winger Jesse Joensuu to a back injury in the first period. Eakins said he will be re-evaluated Sunday. ... 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