Stanford Out of Fortune, Top 10

Ted S. Warren/AP

Stanford's stay in the top 10 will be short-lived.

The eighth-ranked Cardinal wasted a third quarter lead Thursday and lost to Washington 17-13 at CenturyLink Field — its first regular-season defeat to a team other than Oregon since 2009.

"We didn't make the throws we needed to make, we didn't make the catches we needed to make, we didn't sustain our blocks in the running game as long as we should have,'' Cardinal coach David Shaw said. "We got outplayed.''

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