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October 17, 2007 at 1:22 PM

Mad Huskies

The reality is we really won’t know what the mood of this team is until after Saturday’s game.
But while most of the players are saying that the morale is still high, this has been the first week we’ve heard a few players indicate otherwise.
Juan Garcia said Tuesday in this story here that the season is pretty much on the brink right now and that he’s unsure what will happen if the Huskies don’t beat Oregon.
Today, defensive end Greyson Gunheim made the first allusion I’ve heard to the fact that there is a little bit of finger-pointing going on.
“Everyone is pissed off and wants a quick change and everyone is trying to find that,” he said. “For the most part we are all on the same page and want to turn it around. But when this happens there are always a few people who start making excuses and pointing fingers and stuff like that. But the leaders on the team kind of get around those guys and tell them what’s going on and things like that and calm then down. People are just mad about it.”
Gunheim said it is particularly tough for the seniors, like himself.
“It’s disappointing no matter what, but for the seniors it’s more disappointing because it’s our last season and also because of how we started off and how good we know we can be,” he said.
Gunheim’s lineman and good friend Jordan Reffett said he hadn’t seen any fingerpointing.
“If it’s happening, I don’t see it,” he said. “If I see it happening, it’s going to stop.”

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