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"Lane Kiffin wouldn’t bite. Asked about Holt’s statement Monday, Kiffin said: “I don’t make much of it. We have great respect for those guys and their staff and their players. They can say whatever they want. They beat us, two years in a row.”"


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"The Huskies have their first game Saturday as well vs. Georgia St. tipping off at 2:00pm. The Huskies also play Sunday evening at 5:00pm against Florida Atlantic, and finish the classic off Monday night at 7:00pm against Portland."


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"As we all know by now, USC quarterback Matt Barkley is know for his work off the field as much as his work on his. He and his family regularly go on mission trips to various African nations, distributing supplies and fellowshipping with the people there. Just last year, Matt Barkley spent 11 days of his Christmas break in Nigeria, where he visited a local orphanage, and helping with construction and water projects. For his giving nature, Matt was named to the 2011 AllState Good Works Team."


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"NAISMITH PRESEASON TOP 50"


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"He said that he would use me like he did Jon Brockman and Spencer Hawes."


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"“At this point, I don’t think games are too big for our guys. We are used to playing Top 25 teams,” Sarkisian said. “That seems to happen every other week in this conference – and here comes another one.”"


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"There is still plenty of incentive, even though the Huskies won’t be smelling roses for the 11th year in a row. The very real possibility of two Pac-12 teams qualifying for Bowl Championship Series bowls leaves UW battling teams like Arizona State, Cal and, yes, even Rick Neuheisel’s once-dead UCLA squad for the Pac-12’s top non-BCS bowl slot."