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NorthWest Sports Beat:
K-Shell one of our Washington Huskies bloggers is back with another edition of the UW football Notebook. Coach Steve Sarkisian made the bold statement that if he were an NFL GM he would take Matt Barkley over Andrew Luck. Wouldn't it be nice if Keith Price could be mentioned in that conversation.
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I've spent some time in Seattle, I may (operative word) have partaken in some sampling of the Pacific Northwest's famed marijuana products during my time there. I've spent time at the University of Washington and can first-hand reveal that on that college campus students have, in the past, smoked marijuana. I make no claim to know what currently happens there.However...
A large image of Washington running back Chris Polk is on display just outside the Husky Hall of Fame in Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
It seems inevitable that picture will be moved behind the glass doors of the Hall of Fame after Polk leaves. Just when Polk, a redshirt junior, exits is one of two pressing questions surrounding him. The other is whether he will topple Napoleon Kaufman...
The Huskies' quarterback said he had "too much emotion" while throwing three interceptions last week against Oregon. "I've just got to get back to just having fun," he says - with another smile.
It’s the Washington Huskies vs. USC Trojans Saturday November 12th 2011. Check out the live betting odds, ncaa handicapping preview, and gambling trends. For the Huskies to have any chance to beat the Trojans they will have to stop Matt Barkley and have amazing games from Keith Price and Chris Polk. 2011 College football betting season is here.
Talented running back committed to USC before changing his mind and signing with Washington, which visits the Coliseum to play the Trojans on Saturday.Talented running back committed to USC before changing his mind and signing with Washington, which visits the Coliseum to play the Trojans on Saturday.
USC must stop Washington running back Chris Polk, quit the trash talk, and limit the potential of a high-scoring game.