The Morning Haul

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"Washington is allowing 34.5 points a game, the second-highest in school history behind only the 38.5 allowed by the 2008 team that went 0-12 and prompted the firing of Sarkisian’s predecessor, Tyrone Willingham. It’s also allowing 430.4 yards per game, third-most in school history behind 2008 (451.8) and 2007 (446.4)."


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"“But maybe it’s something in me that when I was a player, I played so many times for coaches that just didn’t let you blink, didn’t let you express yourself at all offensively. All of sudden you get away from that system and you’re like, ‘I didn’t know you could do that. You have some offensive skills.’ ”"


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"Is it time for Steve Sarkisian to find a new defensive coordinator? Brock Huard offers his take in Tuesday’s Wrap Up video."


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"The general feeling entering the season was Neuheisel needed at least a bowl game to survive, but more than a few folks said seven or eight wins would be the minimum. At 6-5 with the annual showdown with USC ahead and the Bruins still in the South Division driver’s seat, it doesn’t seem that Neuheisel’s goose is fully cooked. If he beats USC, in fact, wins the South and finishes the regular season 7-5, a fifth season would not be shocking."


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"“I feel like this year has been extremely productive,” he said. “Yeah I didn’t get the looks until later in the season, but I still took the opportunity to grow as each game progressed and I was still working on the things that I needed to do for times like this, times like playing Oregon here, just opportunities like that, catching the ball when it’s thrown to me.”"


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"“Kevin and I played in three different all-star games together and after the first one, he was like ‘I want to come home, I want to come back to Seattle,’ ” Crawford said. “He wants to come a week earlier to work out with me and Brandon (Roy) and the guys. He’s excited about coming back."


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"Oregon plans on replacing Jabari Brown, who quit on the team after two games, with Minnesota transfer Devoe Joseph, who becomes eligible on Dec. 10. The swap sounds good, given Joseph’s experience over the freshman Brown. But remember, Joseph quit on Minnesota last season, sending the Gophers into a tail spin once Al Nolen was injured and they didn’t have a backup point guard. The Oregon staff isn’t weeping for Brown and there are no plans to beg him to return. The staff is pleased with Joseph’s effort, something that was a concern with Brown. Still, there has to be some pause since they are replacing Brown with a player who quit on his previous team."


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"Also, there’s the fact that more often than not, the Cougars…well…aren’t very good. They lost six straight games to the UW from ’98-’03 and struggled to defeat arguably the two worst teams in UW history in ’04 and ’05. Price, their most celebrated coach, went just 83-78 in his career at WSU. He never won a Rose Bowl. Then he went to Alabama and got fired after partying too hard with a couple strippers."