The Washington Huskies are off to a roaring start under coach Kalen DeBoer.

Specifically on offense, UW has done something through its first four games that a Washington team hadn’t done in nearly 80 years of football. UW’s 40-point performance against Stanford made it four straight games scoring at least 39 points. According to Tony Castricone, the voice of Washington football, that’s the first time that has happened at any point during the same season since 1944.

Huskies quarterback Michael Penix Jr. threw for 309 yards and second-half touchdowns of 30 yards to Rome Odunze and 21 yards to Giles Jackson. Odunze had eight catches for 161 yards, his first career game over 100 yards receiving.

Tailback Wayne Taulapapa had 120 yards rushing on 13 carries as the ground game opened up major lanes for UW backs to dart through all night.

Washington has also totaled at least 470 yards of offense in every game this season. The Huskies cleared that mark one time all of 2021, one time all of 2020, and no more than three times in any season since the College Football Playoff run.

The Huskies (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) seemingly can’t be slowed right now.