Posted November 09, 2011 on washington.scout.com
PLAYERS: Ringo Starr
TEAMS: USC Trojans
The Huskies just couldn’t score enough to stay with Oregon and now must find some quick answers to jump-start their suddenly sputtering offense for another battle with the USC Trojans. In the words of Ringo Starr - “It don’t come easy, you know it don’t come easy”.
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