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October 15, 2011 at 5:12 PM

Post-game video — UW coach Steve Sarkisian

UW coach Steve Sarkisian was a fairly happy man after today’s 52-24 win over Colorado, but also one that knows there could be a lot bigger things down the road for the Huskies.

He talked about today’s game, whether he thinks Keith Price should be a Heisman candidate (“it’s not prepostorous,” he said), what he said to Nick Montana after that fumble (“welcome to college football,” he said) and how he thinks the defense has improved, among other topics, in his post-game session with the media. Also, no significant personnel news. No real injuries of note. He said Garret Gilliland had a stinger but Gilliland was back in to make a sack on the last play.

Here’s the video:

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