STANFORD --Washington coach Steve Sarkisian accused Stanford of faking injuries to slow down the Huskies' fast-paced offense in the Cardinal's 31-28 victory Saturday night.

"Their defensive line coach (former Washington assistant Randy Hart) was telling them to sit down," Sarkisian said on KJR radio during his postgame show, according to SportspressNW.com.

"I guess that's how we play here at Stanford, so we'll have to prepare for that next time. At some point, we'll get repaid for it. That never serves a purpose for us, and we'll never do that."

Sarkisian didn't name names.

Several players appeared to suffer injuries during the second half, including linebacker Shayne Skov.

Skov has his right knee checked on the field, went to the sideline and then returned.

Asked about his injury, Skov said: "Took a shot. It's football. Sometimes you get hit. I'm fine, but needed a moment to take care of it."

Cardinal coach David Shaw was unavailable Sunday to comment on Sarkisian's accusation.

Washington assistant Tosh Lupoi admitted to instructing players to fake injuries against Oregon while he was an assistant at Cal.