The Morning Haul

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Happy Halloween! Find your morning links after the jump.


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The Husky Highlight video in this post is brillant.


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"Take away Arizona’s blazing start on Saturday against Washington — a stretch that saw the Wildcats take a 10-0 lead while outgaining Washington 132 yards to 10 — and you saw the same mistakes that plagued Arizona through the season’s first six games.Turnovers at inopportune times, long stretches of ineffectiveness, not being able to find a rhythm, leaving the red zone with field goals instead of touchdowns, the inability to burn clock, dropped passes and confusion on substitutions — and that’s just on offense."


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"This was Polk’s 18th consecutive game with 100 yards of offense. His 100 yards rushing broke a tie with Napolean Kaufman for the most 100-yard rushing performances in a career as a Husky."


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"“I would consider coming back because I really don’t want to leave for the NFL until I really felt like I was here – the best one that ever did it,” Polk said. “I want to really perfect my craft and really go in with no negatives in my game. Until I feel like I have done that, I will remain in college.”"


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"The Huskies’ motivation is quite clear. They’re going to need the youngsters if UW is going to go back to some familiar places."

"On paper, the most important players when the season begins appear to be Wroten, Simmons and Jarreau. Wroten is the undisputed star of the group, but Simmons has the advantage of experience after practicing with the team last season. The wiry Jarreau has the kind of length that could make him an immediate impact player on defense."


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"“He’s arguably the most complete back I’ve seen,” said Steve Sarkisian, former assistant coach at Tailback U., now head coach at Washington. “Other guys are faster, bigger, run between the tackles better, or are better around the edge.But as far as overall play, he’s the best.”"