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 Post subject: Re: Oregon vs. Washington
 Post Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2013 12:33 am 
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Sark is starting to remind me of Lambright. He's signed here until 2015 unless we fire him. If he leaves on his own beforehand, he has to pay us 1 million.

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Buyout terms were also altered a bit in Sarkisian's favor. He will get 70 percent of all remaining guaranteed money if he is fired (up from 60 percent in the original deal). If Sarkisian leaves UW before the contract expires, he would owe $2.5 million if he left in year one or two, $1.5 million if he left in year three and $1 million if he left in year four or five.
http://seattletimes.com/html/huskies/20 ... wfb22.html


Not sure who'd we get to replace Sark, but I'm not buying too much into Wilcox now either. Sure, he's better than Holt. But that's not saying much. :crutches: :shudder:

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 Post subject: Re: Oregon vs. Washington
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The only disappointing thing for me yesterday was that Dawgs0 was not here to share it with us.

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 Post subject: Re: Oregon vs. Washington
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By the way, Sark wants to be like the Ducks so badly that he's finally resorting to Duck Face.

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 Post subject: Re: Oregon vs. Washington
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Great game Saturday.. Not looking to beat my chest, WA is better then they have been in recent memory and I'm all for the conference improving.

A lot of hate between the 2 schools but I noticed a lot of good sportsmanship (players helping each-other up, patting each-other on the helmets and backs) out on the field during the game and it was nice to see.

As an Oregon fan I can't wait to see where Mariota can take us with the way he's playing. Definitely the most confident I've ever seen him play.

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