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"“He’s playing with amazing effort and enthusiasm,” Sarkisian said. “And the passion he brings every day, not only to practice but to game day. He had some injuries and some different things and to fight through that adversity, I think he does really appreciate the opportunities that he gets.”"


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NOTE: Salaries paid to Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches. Nick Holt is the highest paid assistant in the Pac-12.


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"It took me a hour – or three – but I found the Huskies are the only team from a Bowl Championship Series conference since the start of the 2010 season to respond victoriously three times following losses in which it allowed 50 or more points."


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"“That’s fair to say, as of right now that’s my top three…I don’t know which order they are in, we have to see how that plays out.”"


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"The school positioned ushers and closed the curtains around the main floor to keep the scrimmage private. Still, several former Washington stars, several of them NBA players who are idle because of the leaguewide lockout, were spotted in the building and on the floor."


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"An All-American [Cliff Harris] who broke up 23 passes and averaged 18.8 yards per punt return last season, Harris faces fines in excess of $952. The car he was driving, which police say belongs to a relative, was impounded. Now his “family” has already paid the $1,620 in fines for the citations from the last incident."


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Keith Price, Chris Polk, and Steve Sarkisian are all mentioned in Pac-12 “awards”