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December 5, 2010 at 12:21 AM

Post-game links

Wow, what a game. Just clearing the cobwebs after the game, and the post-game interviews and finishing up some of the stories.
Probably the happiest moment for the Huskies since the 2002 or 2003 Apple Cups, and what UW fans will hope is a harbinger of a lot more to come.
Here’s our coverage of the game and a few other links. …
— Here’s my game story with the nuts-and-bolts of what happened.
Jerry Brewer writes that the game shows the Huskies are really on their way back.
— Here’s the notebook (though the blog entry below on the bowls actually has more updated information so read that one, as well).
— The Two-Minute Drill has some of the statistical info on the game and honors the player and play of the game.
— Here’s the coverage from GoHuskies.com.
— Here’s the coverage from the Spokesman-Review.
— And I feel bad for neglecting the Cody Bruns game during the game. One of the unsung heroes is William Chandler, who came in to hold once Bruns went out.

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