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"“There were some good things but a breakdown here, a breakdown there and they will pop one there. So we’ll learn from it and look at the film and correct it and then we’ve got to move on.”"


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"The running backs gave Heisman Trophy hopeful Andrew Luck some rest as the Cardinal (7-0, 5-0 Pac-12) extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 15 games. Taylor ran for 138 yards, Gaffney 117 yards and Wilkerson 93 yards to break the previous team mark of 439 in a victory over Oregon State in 1981."


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"“The place was a good fit. I love the time I had when I was on my visit. The coaches said I will have the ball in my hands as a freshman. I love the coaching staff. Curtis Allen did a great job recruiting me.”"


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If you haven’t seen the final play of the Michigan State game, you need to. Check it out above.


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"Before senior Scott Suggs underwent surgery that will sideline him for the next seven weeks, Wilcox was expected to contend for a starting job. The short-handed Huskies will likely lean on Wilcox even more until Suggs return."


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"Not since Kent Baer disgraced the sidelines has Washington seen a defensive effort so porous. Of course, Baer’s run as defensive coordinator ended just four years ago. So, unfortunately, you know bad defense when you see it. And this was almost as awful as it gets."


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"“Oregon and Washington are tied,” Thompson said. “There is no leader, nothing like that. I like Oregon, I like Washington and I like Cal. Both schools (Oregon and Washington) have great coaches and a great program. I love both programs. Washington’s stadium is crazy and I love it there because it’s just like San Francisco and that feels just like home to me.”"