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Morning links, the day after UW’s 27-17 victory in the Apple Cup. The Huskies probably won’t find out until next week where they’re headed for a bowl game, but most projections have them playing BYU in the Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco on Dec. 27.
— Larry Stone on Keith Price, who ended his up-and-down UW career with an end-zone dance:
For Keith Price, it was Apple Cup as a microcosm, a wild amalgam of frustration and joy, just like his Washington career. And it all churned into an emotional release in the end zone.
Price had just run untouched for a TD after a fake to Bishop Sankey, putting the game away once and for all with 2:08 left. And then Price stood in the “O” in “Washington,” doing a dance that was equal parts jubilation and relief.
“That was just me having fun,’’ he said. “I had a lot of fun, especially in the second half. It’s always fun when you win the game.”
The path to that 27-17 victory over Washington State was not always smooth for Price, but maybe that’s the only way it could have been for the fifth-year senior.
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— Our game story after the Huskies improved to 8-4.
— Jerry Brewer: Sankey does it all for UW, except boast.
— Bud Withers: No regrets for Mike Leach.
— Austin Seferian-Jenkins ponders whether to enter the NFL Draft.
— UW put the pressure on WSU’s Connor Halliday with five sacks.
— The News Tribune: UW finally gets over the seven-win hump.
— The AP: Sankey sparks the Huskies.
— The Everett Herald: Another dominant third quarter for UW.
— The UW Daily: Huskies send seniors out in style.
— The New York Times weighs in on the reconstruction of Pac-12 football and its facilities.
— Beavers’ improved effort isn’t quite enough in heartbreaking loss at Oregon.
— Chris Dufresne of the L.A. Times lobbies for a senior to win the Heisman.
I can confirm that five-star running back recruit Joe Mixon (Oakley, Calif.) in on an unofficial visit at UW this weekend.
— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) November 30, 2013