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"“That room was so fragile, so beat up,” Sarkisian said, remembering his first address to the team. “They were probably more beat up mentally and emotionally than they really were physically from that tough season. I felt for those guys.”"


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"They need to run the ball with Polk to chew up some clock, but mainly they need to hit some big pass plays. Stanford is not an easy team to mount a sustained drive against because they are so sound defensively, mainly against the run."


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"Given these numbers, you’d think that Price would be one of the nation’s most celebrated players, but it hasn’t happened yet in large part due to bad timing. For starters, he plays in a conference that is loaded with quality QBs (Darron Thomas, Matt Barkley, Nick Foles, Brock Osweiler) whose previous experience has given them a head start in the area of name recognition."


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"Romar compared Wroten’s injury to UW running back Chris Polk, who had arthroscopic knee surgery to repair a meniscus injury in August. Polk returned 16 days later and rushed for 125 yards in the regular-season opener against Eastern Washington."


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"“I’m more aggressive. I look for my shot more. I’m more vocal. My athleticism went up a little bit. Just rebounding more. I try to stay on the boards as much as I can. I know that rebounding is not my strongest point, but I try to make the effort to be an opportunity rebounder.”"