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December 1, 2011 at 5:33 PM

Thursday night poll — Who was Washington’s Offensive MVP this season?

The end of the regular season means awards time throughout college football. And I figured on some of these slow nights I’d let UW fans decide on some honors regarding their favorite team.

I’ll start out with that’s far from an easy call — Offensive MVP.

In my mind, there are really only two candidates — quarterback Keith Price, who in his first season merely set a school single-season record with 29 touchdown passes; or tailback Chris Polk, who merely rushed for 1,341 yards to become only the second player in school history to rush for 1,000 or more yards in three straight seasons, and with 3,902 yards in his three seasons at UW is just 204 yards off the school’s career rushing mark.

It’s not a tough one, no doubt.

Who was Washington’s offensive MVP this season?

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Who was Washington’s offensive MVP this season?

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