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Game Analysis: UW vs. OSU

Game Analysis: UW vs. OSU

The Huskies won tonight with an opportune defense and a balanced offensive attack. It was a street-fight of a game that came down to the final minute. Washington came out on top largely because they took the ball away four times and only gave it up once.

Turning Point: This game had more twists and turns than a corn maze on Halloween, but the turning point of the game to me had to be Washington's fourth interception of the game, courtesy of cornerback Marcus Peters. In what turned out to be Sean Mannion's final throw of the game, he threw off of his back foot yet another dying quail and the ball fluttered into the arms of Peters, who returned it...

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