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October 14, 2012 at 10:11 AM

Morning Memo/Sunday: Wet weather continues … fatal fire … Huskies and Cougars lose

Weather: The wet conditions continue, and it’s going to get worse. The National Weather Service forecast.

Traffic: Traffic map and cams.

Seattle fatal fire: Overnight, a man died in an apartment-building fire in the 10500 block of Greenwood Avenue N.

Huskies: They had their chances, but three turnovers in the second half against USC undid UW’s chances last night. To be sure, QB Keith Price (two fumbles in the fourth quarter) wants a do-over.

Cougars:  Another grim loss for WSU yesterday. The 31-17 loss to Cal helped the Cougs earn an “F” mid-term grade from coaching legend Lou Holtz on ESPN last night. Read Seattle Times’ Bud Withers account of the game.

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