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The statistic that meant the most to me this evening, outside of the obvious 20-17 score, was the number 33. That is the number of times the Huskies rushed the football tonight, and it made a huge difference. It ate the clock, it reduced the content on Keith Price's plate, and it showed me that this team is on the right track.

33 rushes and 33 passes. That is balance, and during the first half of the football game, Washington sent the favored Oregon State Beavers a message. They smacked the Beavers in the mouth, sending Bishop Sankey inside, around the ends, and through the defense. Sarkisian after the game discussed his team "needing to establish the run early on" and committed to it. It was music to my ears, and...

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