The Morning Haul

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"The Wildcats were shocked in a 69-68 loss to Division II Seattle Pacific, allowing the Falcons to shoot 53 percent from the field while turning the ball over 12 times."


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"According to Percy Allen from the Seattle Times, the Huskies will be facing Santa Clara in a secret scrimmage this Sunday at Santa Clara. Last year I had the privilege of watching the Washington Huskies men’s basketball team in its secret scrimmage against Loyola Marymount. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to sneak in to their “secret” scrimmage against Santa Clara this Sunday."


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"“Some of us were playing hard. Some of us were not,” he said. “That’s how we ended up with the record we had. All the little things built up in that season.”"


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"Quarterback Jeff Tuel’s season may be over after suffering an acute-compartment-syndrome injury in his right calf Saturday in Washington State’s loss to Oregon State."


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"Will interim coach Tim Kish’s “let’s have fun” sense of purpose keep Arizona loose? Can the Dawgs maintain their 4-0 mastery at home?.. Meantime, the Cats try to win a league game on the road for the first time since last October (at UCLA, 2010)… Washington plays for bowl eligibility while Arizona plays for the lifeline that could give it that opportunity down the road"


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"Arizona would be smart to try to control the clock, offensively, for the first half. I can see the UA playing nickel and possibly dime in the first half, forcing the Huskies to run the ball. Of course, given Arizona’s struggles against the run this year and Chris Polk’s success, it’s a pick-your-poison situation."


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"“These changes demonstrate a remarkable resolve by presidents,” said NCAA president Mark Emmert. “They represent a return to and a focus on values that are at the core of what intercollegiate athletics are all about. They also represent a clear signal to the world about what we care about and what we stand for.”"


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"“As I always say wherever you’re picked … that’s where they picked you,” Romar said. “That’s all it means. It’s always fun just to look at it and see (where) teams are picked.“I know people take notice of it, but it doesn’t change how we prepare. We just always try to be the best we can be, whatever that is.”"


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"If people enter by 10/31 they’ll have a chance to win a pair of tickets to the final game in the “old” stadium on November 5! Other prizes include an autographed poster of Husky Stadium and autographed UW football. Signers include Don James, Jim Lambright, Steve Sarkisian, Warren Moon, and others! Once the tickets are gone, the contest will continue through Monday, November 14."