The Morning Haul

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"Halfway through his first season as a starter, the question seems to be, why wasn’t Price starting last year?"


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"Keith Price could throw for 6,000 yards, 50 touchdowns and kiss 10,000 babies en route to a Heisman Trophy and a presidential nomination, and it still wouldn’t mean that he should have started over Jake Locker last season."


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"This series dates all the way back to 1893, with Washington holding a narrow 40-37-4 advantage. However, Stanford has closed the gap of late, winning three straight and five of the last six meetings, overall."


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"It seems as if Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has done nothing but toy with opponents this year. But, Washington, one of the Cardinal’s biggest threats in the Pac-12 North, isn’t playing games."


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"The Huskies are especially interesting because Pasadena Muir teammate Tairen Owens, a three-star running back, has already committed to them. Owens is pushing (Kevon) Seymour to join him at Washington and the four-star is planning a trip there."


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"Price and Dennison didn’t play video games, immerse themselves in their own iPods or just conk out each night during preseason training camp. Price – who at that point had one career start, last November at Oregon, when Locker had a broken rib – stayed up and quizzed Dennison on what he was seeing defensively in practice. Price was gathering intelligence in that dorm room, learning how a defense shifts, what it was trying to do and how it was likely to react to the plays he made and looks he gave."


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"The second half of the season, of course, will fully determine just how the 2011 Huskies are remembered. But with six games in the books, and at least six to go, it’s time to review what we’ve seen so far, and peek at what may be to come."


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"“There’s things almost from everybody that’s kind of a surprise. I think with Tony (Wroten Jr.) you hear about him being a good passer, but he really sees stuff and sees the floor. He’s probably one of the best passers I’ve ever played with. With (Abdul) Gaddy coming back so quickly, he’s come back even stronger. I’m really happy for him. That was really a setback for him last year. He’s come back and he’s taken full advantage of learning from that.”"