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October 17, 2010 at 12:10 AM

Some quick post-game thoughts

A couple quick post-game notes:
— Talia Crichton suffered a knee injury and will have an MRI tomorrow. That appeared to be the only significant injury for UW.
— UW also beat OSU 35-34 in 1998 when Mike Riley went for two after OSU scored on the last play of regulation. Riley said tonight that he went for two because “I just thought we had the right play, we’re on the road and I thought they were pretty hot. I thought we were having a hard time with them and so we thought we could end the game rigtht there. That’s what really told the story.”
— Cort Dennison said he didn’t know if he touched the ball — hard to tell on the replay if he did — but that “I don’t really care because we got the win.
— Jake Locker said he felt fine, and he obviously looked it, tying the single-game record for TD passes set previously by Chris Rowland in 1973 in a 54-49 loss to Cal.
— Jermaine Kearse set the single-game record for TD receptions with four. The previous record was three, set nine times.
Due to the late hour, we’ll have some audio and I’ll post a few more quotes soon, as well.

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