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"But thanks to three fourth quarter turnovers — a recovered fumble by linebacker Princeton Fuimaono, an interception by safety Sean Parker, and a final interception by linebacker Cort Dennison — the Huskies were finally able to subdue the visiting Wildcats 42-31 on a cold but thankfully dry night at Husky Stadium."


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"Chris Polk, Washington: The Huskies running back scored five touchdowns and became the first player in Washington history with 100 yards rushing and receiving in a single game. Polk had 34 carries for 144 yards and four TDs and he caught four passes for 100 yards with another score in Washington’s 42-31 win over Arizona."


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"“We didn’t execute,” Foles said. “I didn’t play particularly well, especially at the end. I made some throws that I’m just not happy about, but you’ve got to move forward like anything else.” Nick Foles."


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"During the time it took the Huskies to recover from a 44-point drubbing on national television and their attempt to achieve self-esteem before a much smaller regional TV audience, four wildly entertaining World Series games were played. The reputation of St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa was transformed from a genius, to an incompetent klutz, and then back to a genius."


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"Before the injury, Gaddy was mired in a 3-for-17 shooting slump over a three-game stretch and no one knows if it was a glitch or something more. He worked on his perimeter shooting in the offseason. At one point, he was shooting as many as 1,600 shots per day and was intent on making 18,000 attempts before the start of the season."


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"Not only did Polk run for 144 yards, but he also caught four passes for 100 yards. The triple-digit yardage on the ground was the 18th time he’s eclipsed the century mark in a game for his career, breaking the tie he held with Napoleon Kaufman. Polk also became the first player in Husky history to have at least 100 yards on the ground and through the air in the same game."