No. 11 USC heads north to take on Pac-12 rival Washington

Oct 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WUSA-TV Washington

The Washington Huskies will face a ranked team for the fourth time this season on Saturday when they take on No.

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Oct 11, 2012
 
Go Huskies! Please play like a winner and don't lose to another ranked team :/

Someone needs to help us Bruins and keep the Trojans from winning the Pacific 12 South Division. They are not ineligible this year so we need to find another round-about way to get this done :/

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This is the game I was worried about at the beginning of the year as Sark always gets his kids hopped up playing the Trojans. But after our perseverance in Utah, I feel confident we take this game!!!

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I think Washington had the best game they are capable of playing when they beat Stanford, I think it was a fluke more than anything. They just aren't that good. They don't suck but they are more of a middle of the road football team.

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BigDan wrote:
I think Washington had the best game they are capable of playing when they beat Stanford, I think it was a fluke more than anything. They just aren't that good. They don't suck but they are more of a middle of the road football team.
There is an extra dynamic here though. Sark was one of the first to break away from the successful Pete Carroll USC years, which was not well received all around. To prove he was capable of a head coaching job, his main mission in life was to try to beat his former employer every year. The stats and records are thrown out every year in this particular case

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Chosen Traveler wrote:
<quoted text>There is an extra dynamic here though. Sark was one of the first to break away from the successful Pete Carroll USC years, which was not well received all around. To prove he was capable of a head coaching job, his main mission in life was to try to beat his former employer every year. The stats and records are thrown out every year in this particular case
I must actually thanks you Trojans for taking Washington and Oregon off our hands this year :)

We will be having enough of a hard time with Utah, Arizona, ASU, USC, Stanford, and the local bowl game that we will hopefully have a chance to slide into :/

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BigDan wrote:
I think Washington had the best game they are capable of playing when they beat Stanford, I think it was a fluke more than anything. They just aren't that good. They don't suck but they are more of a middle of the road football team.
I think they were a good team, better than "middle of the road," before their injuries. I read in another article that they've lost 3 starting O-linemen, their top 2 running backs, and a starting WR. That is devastating, and can derail just about any school's football season.

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I think they were a good team, better than "middle of the road," before their injuries. I read in another article that they've lost 3 starting O-linemen, their top 2 running backs, and a starting WR. That is devastating, and can derail just about any school's football season.
Mister CPEM, I really don't like that term "middle of the road" :(

My Bruins have heard this way too many times ove the years :/

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CPEM wrote:
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I think they were a good team, better than "middle of the road," before their injuries. I read in another article that they've lost 3 starting O-linemen, their top 2 running backs, and a starting WR. That is devastating, and can derail just about any school's football season.
Because of injuries or because of less talent, I still see them as middle of the road, sure they beat Stanford and that was great but they got smacked down by a bad LSU team, one that almost lost to Auburn and Towson. TOWSON!!!!. I'm not saying that they are an FCS school or anything like that but they are far from great but like most middle of the road teams, they can have their day and hang with a good-great team. I can't see USC having a hard time with them this year, maybe I am wrong about Washington but I am just going by what I have seen so far. They beat Stanford but I don't think they are a better team than Stanford, they matched up well and were better that day, just that day.

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