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November 29, 2009 at 12:42 AM

Apple Cup post-game links

Reviewing the game that was. …
— Here’s my game story, leading off with the interesting motivational tactics employed this week by the UW coaches.
Steve Kelley wrote that the game was just what was expected from Jake Locker.
Bud Withers writes that the Cougars thought they played hard. Hard to know if that’s a good or bad thing to be playing hard and get beat like that.
— Here’s the notebook, with items on Locker’s running and Jermaine Kearse’s day, among others.


— Here are the stats. And there’s also a poll to vote for the MVP of the game (looks like Locker is winning).
— Lots of UW and WSU coach and player quotes from GoHuskies.com. That site also has the AP writeup and links to a photo gallery.
— Another version of the AP writeup.
Nick Daschel writes that UW needs to back up the Apple Cup performance with a solid game next week against Cal to feel really good heading into the off-season.
— Here’s the view from WSU from The Spokesman-Review.
— Spokesman columnist John Blanchette quotes Cougar redshirting freshman Arthur Burns as saying that the score is “going to be the opposite next year.”
All for now.

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