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Trip Report - Troy Williams

There was a reason Troy Williams waited until this past weekend to take his official visit to Washington. His Narbonne team had gone all the way to the CIF state regional Open Division championship bowl game last weekend against Corona Centennial. And even though the Gauchos won 41-34, Williams brought Narbonne back from the dead.

Williams accounted for 472 yards of total offense and four touchdowns, leading the Gauchos back from a 27-8 halftime deficit. And he did it all with an injured passing shoulder. Suffice to say, it's the last time Williams will play against Huskies, unless it's in the non-conference or in a bowl game, as Troy graduated from Narbonne Friday and at the same time started his official visit to UW...

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