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September 19, 2009 at 8:31 PM

Lots more to read on this one

The reading material on this game is going to be like those AM/PM commercials — too much good stuff.
Here’s some more:
— Times columnist Jerry Brewer says this win is the start of something special
Bud Withers writes that Pete Carroll took the blame for the loss afterward.
Steve Kelley writes that this is the game that will put Jake Locker into UW lore and also details the last drive and the celebration that followed.
— And here’s our notebook with lots of news and notes, as well as our picks for player and plays of the game. A couple to point out in there are Chris Polk saying he was challenged by the coaches this week to run harder, Pete Carroll saying he really thought Matt Barkley could play at QB today after the way he practiced Friday, and Joe McKnight saying that UW “just outplayed us. Hard work beats athleticism any day and that’s what they did.”
— ESPN’s Ted Miller attended the game and has lots of stuff on his blog.
Nick Daschel of Buster Sports writes that the win brought Husky Stadium back to life while also questioning USC’s decision not to run more.
Scott Wolf has some interesting notes and quotes on his blog including Carroll admitting he thought about putting Barkley in the game.
— The Orange County Register USC’s blog has some interesting notes as well.
— SI.com writes about how USC didn’t help itself.
— The front page of Sportsline.com says “Meet the Lockers.”
More later.

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