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"Fans may now help determine which three quarterbacks will advance as finalists by voting as often as once daily at www.VoteOBrien.org. Fan voting will close at noon (CT) on Nov. 20."


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"Washington also is not out of it, though it now needs Stanford to lose twice. That also would mean the Huskies need to: 1. Beat Oregon on Nov. 5; and 2. Turn around and become Oregon fans when the Ducks visit Stanford on Nov. 12."


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"The Arizona Game this Saturday marks the first night game in Husky Stadium this season. Not to mention that this game is Homecoming for the Huskies. The equation is pretty simple: First Night Game + Homecoming = Blackout Game."


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"Sarkisian began the process of repairing the formerly ranked Huskies’ psyche Sunday night, 24 hours after the coach felt the Huskies were tentative, especially on defense, at Stanford. Monday Sarkisian announced a players’ favorite to get them going: The Huskies will wear their all-black uniforms for the third time ever Saturday night, and for the first time since December’s Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska."


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"Did you really think the Huskies would have a complete team two-and-a-half seasons removed from an 0-12 campaign? It’s no great surprise that the Huskies have an unbalanced squad right now. And considering that Washington hired a former offensive coordinator who inherited a nice collection of young offensive talent, it’s even less surprising that the offense is far ahead of the defense."


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"In a statement released by the school, Ducks coach Chip Kelly suspended Harris pending further review and he will not be able to take part in any football-related activities."


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"On the same day that NCAA president Mark Emmert backed the conference grant proposal, 339 student-athletes from UCLA, Purdue, Arizona, Kentucky and Georgia Tech signed a petition asking the NCAA and college presidents to set aside a cut of TV sports revenue for bigger scholarships and grants to student athletes."