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Losing the war becoming a habit

Steve Sarkisian (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

After Washington's 44-14 loss to Arizona Saturday night, Steve Sarkisian was able to point to one play as a microcosm for how things went for his football team. It was with 11:09 left in the game, and Arizona was at the Huskies' 21-yard line. UA's Matt Scott was in the shotgun, and he fumbled the snap.

He was able to gather the ball and his wits in time to throw a looping pass to Juron Criner, who scored over Washington cornerback Adam Long. "They fumble a snap and fling a ball up in the air and they get a PI, roughing the passer and a touchdown, all in one play," Sarkisian said. "I guess it wasn't our night." He can certainly claim that one, because it's hard to find too many other silver...

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