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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

November 12, 2006 at 10:26 AM

The day after, part one

We may have more than one post here today as we dissect what happened yesterday.
First, here’s our coverage from today just in case you missed any of it. I’ll point you specifically to the story on Chris Hemphill for those wondering how that situation might have impacted things yesterday. Hemphill certainly seemed to think it could have.
Finally, I’ll also highlight the column by our Jerry Brewer, who wonders if the Huskies quit on their coach in this game. Jerry also makes the salient point that Stanford came out of the gate horrible in this game. It’s not as if Stanford played some amazing game. They played hard on defense and Richard Sherman — who’s a legit Pac-10 receiver — made three big catches. But that was it.
And here are a few looks at the game from the other side. First, The San Francisco Chronicle.Interesting quote from the Stanford linebacker, Clinton Snyder, that they felt they were going to stop the Huskies on every down. And here’s their notebook on the situation involving Stanford linebacker Michael Okwo.
And here’s a little story from the San Jose Mercury News on the big day by Bo McNally, who had the interception return for a touchdown that turned the game for good.

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