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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

December 4, 2012 at 7:13 PM

Tonight’s poll — Pick UW’s Play of the Year

With a little bit of a lull in the proceedings, I figured I’d throw out a few polls asking some questions related to the regular season.

And for tonight’s poll, I thought I’d let you pick Washington’s Play of the Year.

I picked five candidates:

Bishop Sankey’s 61-yard TD run on fourth-and-one against Stanford that cut the Cardinal’s lead to 13-10 in a game UW would win 17-13 (which you can watch in the embedded video below);

Kasen Williams’ 35-yard TD catch later in that game that gave the Huskies the winning touchdown (also available on the embedded video below);

Sean Parker’s hit on Markus Wheaton early in the upset of Oregon State that turned into a Justin Glenn interception and keyed a 20-17 UW win — you can watch that play here.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins’ 29-yard leaping TD reception against Cal on a third-and-goal play that put the Huskies ahead for good in an eventual 21-13 win. You can watch that one here.

— And Kevin Smith’s leap out-of-bounds at Colorado to bring a fumbled punt back into play and allow UW to recover, a turning point in the win over the Buffs (which you can watch here).

I also left an “other” answer if you think there’s one I’ve overlooked.

Here’s the poll:

Which was the play of the year for the Huskies?

And here’s the Stanford video mentioned above — it actually contains every UW offensive play against the Cardinal. The two plays referenced above happened in the third and fourth quarters so you can flip to the end to see those if you’ve forgotten.
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