The Morning Haul

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"Polk ranks second in the Pac-12 and fifth in the nation with 127 yards rushing per game. His nine rushing touchdowns rank second in the conference."


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"UPSET SPECIALNo. 6 Oregon (minus 16) at WashingtonDucks have won seven straight over Huskies … WASHINGTON 38-33."


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"The [Duck] defense was young up the middle to start the season, and then had some suspension/injury problems at inside linebacker. It’s more seasoned and relatively healthy now. The Ducks play with a lot of looks and formations, and will run a lot of zone blitz stuff. They give up some yards. The goal is to confuse the QB and force mistakes, while at the same time, not getting beat deep. I think it’s worked pretty well, for the most part."


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"Fellner, however, was banished to the North East corner of the end zone and did up-downs for most of the remainder of practice. This isn’t the first time Fellner has gotten in trouble for his hard hits on teammates. In fact, it’s probably third or fourth time. Todd Milles blogged about one of those occasions this fall."


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"The issue comes during the Pac-12’s first year of an officiating shake-up. I can’t purport to have seen the breadth of game tape watched by somebody like the new Pac-12 coordinator of officials, Tony Corrente. But I still see inconsistencies, not only in the aforementioned interpretation."


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"“There’s certain players that you can take away from our team that doesn’t make us as good,” Romar said. “But you take Aziz out of there, that hole seems to be so much bigger with what he does and what he brings to the table."


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"UW coach Lorenzo Romar said Monday that he “would be shocked if (Wroten) wasn’t” playing when the Huskies host Seattle Pacific in an exhibition game at Hec Edmundson Pavilion on Friday night."