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October 30, 2010 at 8:59 PM

More Sarkisian quotes

Here’s more from UW coach Steve Sarkisian after today’s 41-0 loss to Stanford:
On whether Stanford did anything different than UW expected: “No, No.”
On what he told the team at halftime: “My biggest message at halftime was don’t look at the scoreboard. Don’t worry a bout what the scoreboard says. Play with big hearts. Because I do know that. Maybe we won’t go out and execute or there will be other issues that will go on within the game but let’s make sure we play with big hearts and I thought we did that, especially defensively.”
On the biggest challenge offensively: “The line of scrimmage.”
On whether he saw this coming: “Not at all. You guys came to practice. I thought we practiced well all week and had good energy, thought we had a nice game plan and so that is the part we have to figure out why this happened and I just don’t want to be too quick to rush to judgment.”
On Stanford’s defensive pressure up front: “We thought we had some things to handle it. We knew they were a good up front team. They (his offense) just couldn’t get right.”
On whether the first possession and Andrew Luck’s TD run set the tone: “To go into specific plays, sure we have a third and six inches and we jump offsides and go to third and almost six yards and don’t convert, and then they convert on their big third down and the game went the way it went.”
On whether there was a ‘here we go again’ feel after the Luck run: “I don’t know that for sure. I think that it was obviously a missed assignment and so part of it is believing and understanding and believing in what we are doing and the calls that we have and so we have to assess everything that we are doing.”
On the team’s confidence: “I think we are low, obviously, the confidence is low, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be built back up. And we will do that. We will work at it, we will get better, we’ve got good coaches and good kids on this team that want to do well and we will do everything in our power to make that happen.”

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