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If I may just say one Oregon thing here, De'Anthony Thomas is licking his lips looking forward to this kick return coverage. (assuming he is back next week and playing).


This is not common for UW though... something is up and it will be fixed. The nation is quite aware of how dangerous DAT is. When it comes to power football though, UW has the better back. Sankey is a machine.


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I'd let Glyn Milburn kiss me.


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Glyn Milburn 1995 against the Hawks, that was a special teams performance to behold. Hawks still won though.


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Some real good QBs in the Pac 12 this year. KP seems to be very accurate. He runs less and throws more. I think arm strength can be improved with appropriate work out. He seems to have been developing the mindset of a pro QB.

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I remember.

That Stanford Bo Peep was hot, and looked high. I have Spider Senses when it comes to intoxicated women.

Annnnndddd holding.

I USED to think KP was NFL material. He's not.


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There's JS's boyfriend again.

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Move your feet up front! Good lord!!!


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2nd and 20, 3rd and 20 ain't gone do it.

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There's JS's boyfriend again.


He is pretty cute with that Mohawk and face paint.

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If Stanford gets points on this drive the game is over.

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Can we talk about an impressive Cougs win? I likey...


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Why not?
What makes you think he is not?
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I remember.

That Stanford Bo Peep was hot, and looked high. I have Spider Senses when it comes to intoxicated women.

Annnnndddd holding.

I USED to think KP was NFL material. He's not.

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Kind of get the feeling Stanford is about to put this away with an 11 play six minute drive where they punch it in from about four yards out on a power play.

Btw, when UW's guards pull, they get way too much depth, open opportunity for linebackers to blow it up.


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Even if we score it hardly matters since ST is so garbage today.

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If Stanford gets points on this drive the game is over.


The game is over at 00:00.


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We have to remember, KP was a LOW recruit. Physically he doesn't wow you. Then, look at him throwing outs tonight...he really cant. He just cant. Plus, he loses technique in tough games. Any success he has is Sark, IMO.

Sark doesn't get enough credit for what he does with the offense. And, that's saying a lot. Dude belongs on Sundays, period.


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Why do Washington's punt returners dance instead of run?

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Good job avoiding the illegal block there

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I have an idea - when the Huskies score, instead of kicking off, we should punt. It might go further than 20 damn yards... I hope that kicker isn't on scholarship. I deserve a football scholarship more than that dude!


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I have an idea - when the Huskies score, instead of kicking off, we should punt. It might go further than 20 damn yards... I hope that kicker isn't on scholarship. I deserve a football scholarship more than that dude!


Don't you kick for the Old Navy Academy?


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Pretty sure Gardiner is faking this injury.

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Regardless of the result, the Huskies actually physically look like a top 25 football team for the first time in a decade.


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Pretty sure Gardiner is faking this injury.
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Sometimes I slap poop on my cheek and tell everyone I'm Drew Brees.

So?


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Sometimes I slap poop on my cheek and tell everyone I'm Drew Brees.

So?


Aren't you too short to be Drew Brees?

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Definitely a fake injury.

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Oh shoot, gardners alright. Good stuff. Glad Stanford didn't have to take a TO

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Why cant Mickens just change his name to Pickens? I LOVED Carl.

C'mon....3rd down


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That play was Wilsonesque.

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Oh what do you know? Gardner's back in making big plays.


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WOW what a play Price.

I'm sure he's okay, Slov, Jsea.


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incredible scramble for the 1st... price is banged up though


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Why cant Mickens just change his name to Pickens? I LOVED Carl.

C'mon....3rd down


Carl Pickens Darnay Scott and Jeff Blake, the most exciting 3-13 team every year.


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How is that not interference?

YES! I loved Jeff Blake! Best deep-ball, EVER!


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Oh what do you know? Skov's back in!


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He's a much better actor

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Oh what do you know? Skov's back in!


Don't complain too much. Your d'line coach is the guy who started this trend against spread offenses.

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AHHH!!! That f'ing guard, scrape on that pull! Scrape! its not a damn wheel route!


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Its much older than that lol.

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Thats your ballgame.


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Damn. That sucks. Can't blame Price though, great D play.

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How so?


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That wasn't a choke. Just a great defensive play.

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Game isn't over folks. 10 point diff. That's doable if they can get a stop.

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On a positive note, that was an impressive open field tackle by Smith.

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