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November 24, 2013 at 1:32 AM

Video: UW’s Steve Sarkisian after 69-27 victory over Oregon State

A few quick notes after Washington’s 69-27 victory at Oregon State:

— UW’s 69 points were the most since the Huskies’ 71-0 victory over Whitman in 1941.

— UW’s 69 points were the most Oregon State has ever allowed.

— The Huskies’ 530 yards rushing was the second-most in a single game in program history, behind only the 559 against San Jose State in 1996.

Bishop Sankey (179), Deontae Cooper (166) and Dwayne Washington (141) each rushed for more than 100 yards, the first time since that 1996 game against San Jose State that UW has had three 100-yard rushers in one game (Corey Dillon, 222; Terri Hollimon, 148; and Maurice Shaw, 100).

— The win was UW’s first at Corvallis since 2003.

— Oregon State’s Sean Mannion was 20 of 41 passing for a season-low 229 yards.

— UW’s Marcus Peters had two interceptions, the first Husky to do that since Scott White vs. Oregon State in 2006.

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