The Morning Haul

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"Romar suggested that Washington’s recent trip (Dec. 6-10) to New York, where the Huskies met Marquette and Duke in Madison Square Garden, might have sapped his team’s energy, setting the stage for Sunday’s home-floor flop."


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"“We’ll practice in the morning on Christmas Day, then we’ve got a great event planned. We are actually going to a big ranch to celebrate as a team with the families. It’s a fun event. We do it together. We stay together. It should be a big-time event. I’ve never been to where we are going but I hear good things about it.”"


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"Even though he also has six touchdown catches to tie Seferian-Jenkins and Jermaine Kearse for the team lead, Williams wants to be more consistent in the finer points of route running and catching. He thinks he can and will be far more consistent than he was in a debut season that included a sprained ankle midway through it."


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"Holt will need to find some answers to quell a growing rumbling among Huskies fans unhappy with the continuing struggles of Washington’s defense. Washington ended the season giving up more than 425 yards and 33.3 points per game. Those totals were dramatic steps back from a year ago, although this Washington defense featured far more youth with two freshmen linebackers and other first-year players on the defensive line."


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"“I really wanted to play for Coach Meat [Demetrice Martin],” LaGace said. “He was a big reason why I committed to UW, but the truth is, I always liked UCLA. They didn’t recruit me early on, really until Coach Meat got the job there, and then I went down there on Saturday and met coach Mora and really had a good time."


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"“I’m down to Washington and Notre Dame,” Russell said. “Cal was cool too, and I had a good visit, but I like my opportunity to play early better at these two schools, and I have a better relationship with the coaching staffs at those two schools, as well."