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The highest-graded players from Washington's 27-13 win over Colorado

Oct 20, 2018; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Huskies linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven (25) returns an interception as teammate defensive back Brandon McKinney (11) raises his arms in celebrates during the fourth quarter against the Colorado Buffaloes at Husky Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

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Washington limited Colorado to just 263 total yards of offense as they improved their record to 6-2 including a 4-1 conference record in the Pac-12. The loss dropped Colorado to 5-2 on the season including a 2-2 record in the conference.

[Editor's Note: While we grade every player on every game, to qualify for an overall game grade for this recap's purpose, a player must have played at least 20 snaps to be considered a full-time contributor to the game.]

Top 5 Overall

Washington Offense

Kalen McGary, OT – 72.0 overall

Nick Harris, C – 69.7 overall

Salvon Ahmed, RB – 69.0 overall

Jaxson Kirkland, OG – 65.6 overall

Jared Hilbers, OT – 65.6 overall

Washington Defense

Ben Burr-Kirven, LB – 90.3 overall

Levi Onwuzurike, DI – 90.2 overall

Greg Gaines, DI – 89.7 overall

Ryan Bowman, LB – 75.9 overall

Keith Taylor, CB – 69.3 overall

Colorado Offense

Brady Russell, TE – 73.2 overall

Chris Bounds, TE – 67.6 overall

William Sherman, OT – 66.1 overall

Steven Montez, QB – 64.9 overall

K.D. Nixon, WR – 62.3 overall

Colorado Defense


Chris Miller, CB – 73.5 overall

Mustafa Johnson, Edge – 70.5 overall

Nate Landman, LB – 70.5 overall

Javier Edwards, DI – 67.7 overall

Nick Fisher, S – 67.6 overall

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