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"A month ago, Washington was 5-1, ranked and appeared poised for a banner season under third-year coach Steve Sarkisian. No longer."


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"It’s one thing to lose to nationally ranked teams. But to lose this game, this badly to an Oregon State team that had lost three in a row and had scored just 27 total points in those losses is inexcusable."


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"The Huskies were their own worst enemy, and their most egregious error was the dropped ball by wide-open (by 35 yards) tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins that would surely have given Washington a 21-17 lead if Seferian-Jenkins had held on.“A busted coverage, and a (potential) big play for them,’’ said Riley, acknowledging the huge momentum shift."


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"But even more significantly, the loss derailed Oregon’s hope for a second-straight berth in the BCS championship game. The Ducks were poised to move up in the BCS standings after No. 2 Oklahoma State lost to Iowa State 37-31on Friday night."


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"Lost in the shuffle of the hoopla is that the game will mark the first road contest for the young Huskies – and even more specifically the six freshman that Washington brings off the bench.The initial concern for Romar is not the young guys. It’s more just seeing how the group responds to a hostile environment."


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"We know huskylenz is a baller. He won the very first contest two years ago and again last season in Washington’s final game of the season.It didn’t take him long to get on the scoreboard this season. He predicted UW would beat Portland 93-67. The Huskies won 93-63."


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"If all goes well and Adams gets into KU. This will be the third player from Rainier Beach to attend Kansas. Both C.J. Giles and Rodrick Stewart played in front of the Rock Chalk Jayhawk faithful."