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Sark knows there's work to be done

Steve Sarkisian (US Presswire)

SEATTLE - Goal number one accomplished. Steve Sarkisian had been harping on his players all week to make sure they did everything in their power to get to 1-0, and sometimes even despite themselves on Saturday, they found themselves in their locker room still undefeated after a nervy 30-27 victory over Eastern Washington.

EWU did everything they could to ruin Sark's garden party. They created offense that ran circles around the Huskies like Usain Bolt suddenly realizing he's in the Senior Olympics. "They were extremely scary," Sarkisian said of the Eagles. "There's a reason why they were (FCS) national champions last year. There's a reason why they are pre-season No. 1 in the country this year. At the end of...

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