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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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Sanky's becoming a very very very good back, he's no Polk but dudes GOOD

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And ASJ makes a rare mistake by failing to get into the endzone on the 2-point conversion. 27-15 Huskies.

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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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I almost forgot basketball starts tomorrow :))) gonna be a good day, Seahawks, then UW Basketball

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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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And the Huskies start the 4th by turning the ball over.

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can we please draft ASF?


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I have to admit, that other than continuing to bail too quickly even when not under pressure, KP has been much better today.


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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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Yeah, Price is playing a really good game. Not making bad decisions and protecting the ball.

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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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They're killing these boys with this drive.

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 Post subject: Re: Utah @ Washington
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That drive was pretty much all Sankey.

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That drive was pretty much all Sankey.


Should always be the RB when you're trying to close a team out, good way to put Utah away.

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Considering Utah had the #3 rushing defense in the conference coming into the game, Sankey had an outstanding game.

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Considering Utah had the #3 rushing defense in the conference coming into the game, Sankey had an outstanding game.


Think its a coincidence that the top 3 Pac 12 rush defenses are the 3 teams that havnt played the Ducks yet?

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Imma go play some Duck Hunter...

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Huskies at 6-4 with Colorado and WSU to finish out the season. The two worst teams on the conference, if not the country. 8-4 and a Holiday Bowl invite may be in their future. Don't blow it boys.

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Huskies at 6-4 with Colorado and WSU to finish out the season. The two worst teams on the conference, if not the country. 8-4 and a Holiday Bowl invite may be in their future. Don't blow it boys.


It'd only be our luck to get blown out by Colorado, and lose a come from behind game to WSU though.

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Huskies at 6-4 with Colorado and WSU to finish out the season. The two worst teams on the conference, if not the country. 8-4 and a Holiday Bowl invite may be in their future. Don't blow it boys.

They have Oregon, UCLA, USC, Oregon State & Stanford ahead of them in the standings. I don't think they'll go to the Holiday Bowl. Let's say UCLA runs the table and then loses a close one to Oregon in the Pac-12 Championship that earns them a BCS at-large bid to the Rose Bowl, I see the Pac-12 Bowl assignments like this.

Oregon (13-0): National Championship
UCLA (10-3): Rose Bowl
Oregon State (9-3): Alamo Bowl
USC (8-4): Holiday Bowl
Stanford (8-4): Sun Bowl
Washington (8-4): Maaco Las Vegas Bowl
Arizona (8-4): Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
Arizona State (6-6): New Mexico Bowl

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It'd only be our luck to get blown out by Colorado, and lose a come from behind game to WSU though.


And then donuts would rain from the sky.


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Considering Utah had the #3 rushing defense in the conference coming into the game, Sankey had an outstanding game.


Think its a coincidence that the top 3 Pac 12 rush defenses are the 3 teams that havnt played the Ducks yet?


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I never count the Cougs out of the Apple cup, best nobody else does either. The most weird types of things happen in those games and no matter the records something always surprises.

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I'm counting the Cougs out. Usually I don't, but UW and WSU are going in two very different directions right now.

I'm too lazy to do a full random thoughts thread for the game, but here are a few highlights:

-GO DUCKS! That was my reaction this Saturday after an unnamed source near Chip Kelly told a reporter that Kelly is gone for the NFL if the Ducks win out (meaning national title game), with "nine out of ten" certainty. And after Bama lost today, things are starting to look up in the Pac-12 for the rest of us. I think it's inevitable that Kelly goes to the NFL, and with a few high profile jobs presumably opening (Dallas, Philly), I could easily envision him taking the plunge. Oregon is winning with such ease right now- I think Kelly has pretty much done all he can at this level. It's time to see if his genius can work in the NFL. I wouldn't bet against him.

-Bishop Sankey has undergone an incredible evolution at UW. He's gone from a Leon Washington type to a Chris Polk type to now kind of a mini-Lynch type. Maybe I'm insane, but in the open field he's starting to remind me of Lynch a little bit for how he can shift his weight in full sprint. It's a similar brand of niftyness. One of the best ways to know you have a good running back? You almost never find yourself questioning his running decisions. Polk was one of those backs. Now Sankey is too, but in a faster body.

-Keith Price isn't all the way back, but he's getting close.

-ASJ at DE? First it's flirting with read-option, then it's lining up your 6'7" monster athlete in a WR/TE tweener's body at DE. I think it's safe to say that Sark has been taking notes on Chip Kelly.

-ASJ now has the UW record for TE receptions. He did it in less than two full seasons. That's pretty amazing when you consider that UW was once known as an TE factory for the NFL back in the day.

-It's really too bad UW wasn't playing on this level a month earlier. It could have been a very interesting season. Hopefully Wilcox sticks around. If he does, I see no reason not to be bullish on this team in 2013.


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