Following Washington’s upset of Michigan State on Saturday, Washington’s offensive coordinator said he expected his offensive line to handle the Spartans well.

Michigan State’s Jacoby Windmon led the nation in sacks entering Saturday’s game, but Huskies’ offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb fully expected offensive lineman Troy Fautanu and Roger Rosengarten to handle Windmon.

“I’m not saying this in an overconfident way: I totally expected that. I did,” Grubb said. “I would have been disappointed if they didn’t handle him.”

Michigan State had no sacks and just 1 tackle for loss, an indication that Washington’s offensive line did its job well. Windmon also had just 3 tackles on the game.

The Spartans went down 22-0 in the first half and had a big deficit to overcome at the half. They managed to get some points on the board, but couldn’t fully mount the comeback.