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The Morning Haul


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"32. Tony Wroten: He’s a terrific talent who can be difficult to watch — and coach — at times. Washington’s Lorenzo Romar has plenty of experience dealing with high-maintenance guys (i.e. Nate Robinson, Isaiah Thomas), so maybe he can find a way to keep Wroten in line. If he does, the Huskies, who also have a star in the making with Terrence Ross, could win the Pac 12. — J.G."

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"Washington is loaded in the backcourt with five players (Abdul Gaddy, Terrence Ross, Scott Suggs, C.J. Wilcox and Tony Wroten Jr.) who comprise perhaps the best group of guards in the Pac-12. Suggs (broken toe) is out until December. Still, deciding the starting lineup and rotation won’t be easy."

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"This is the 15th time since Sarkisian took over at UW in 2009 that the Huskies are playing a nationally ranked team. They are 5-9 against ranked foes in that span. That includes a 16-13 win over No. 3 USC in September of Sarkisian’s first Huskies season, and that 32-31 win at 18th-ranked USC last season, Lane Kiffin’s first as the Trojans’ head man."

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"Is Holt’s statement the least controversial comment that has ever been played as controversial? The answer is yes. Folks: Oregon has had one of the nation’s best offenses for four years running. USC has not. Ergo, Holt — and you and me and every defensive coordinator IN THE ENTIRE WORLD — would rather prepare for USC."

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"USC is counting on several players’ returning from injury, including tailback Marc Tyler, linebacker Dion Bailey and running back/receiver George Farmer."

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NOTE:These are cool photos of the old “secret” tunnel.

Also, tag yourself in the final game at the old Husky Stadium if you were there. Here.