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In the moments after their 59-7 beatdown of Colorado, the Huskies were already watching the late UCLA-Arizona game in the UW locker room. The Huskies seemed to agree with Larry Stone: The Colorado rout was nice, but it won’t mean as much if they don’t put up a fight at UCLA on Friday night (6 o’clock, ESPN2).
UW, by the way, hasn’t defeated the Bruins in the Rose Bowl since 1995.
The Huskies were scheduled to have a team meeting this evening (one normally held on Monday), and with no classes on Monday because of Veterans’ Day, they’ll practice a little later in the morning than usual. Steve Sarkisian will not hold his usual noon press conference Monday; instead, he’ll be available for a media briefing around 1 o’clock after practice.
UW will then practice as usual on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings before heading to L.A.
— From Percy Allen: UW’s defense scores two touchdowns for the first time since 2002.
— Keith Price and Bishop Sankey move up notable career records lists.
— The Huskies had nearly 500 yards of offense in the first half alone.
— UW finished with 628 yards after not attempting a pass in the second half.
— UW was swift and efficient in beating the Buffs.
— Austin Seferian-Jenkins comes up big for UW.
— The Huskies have built some momentum for a November push.
— The Buffaloes didn’t have a chance.
— UCLA opened as a 3-point favorite over UW, with the consensus line down to 1.5 this morning.
— There is guaranteed to be a record for “Jack of All Trades” headlines this week.
— Arizona’s Rose Bowl hopes will have to wait another year.
— USC routs Cal to improve to 7-3.