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The 12 Plays of Christmas: No. 5

Kevin Smith (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

With the holidays upon us, Dawgman.com is counting down the top plays of the season, with the No. 1 play to finish out the year. So who is next on the list? We're down to our top-5, so it had to be a moment of brilliance to make this part of the list. And this play was arguably the most dramatic one of the 2012 season, and it came during a game in serious need of excitement.

Up 7-0, the Washington Huskies came out of halftime riding a small wave of momentum against the woeful Colorado Buffaloes, having scored right before intermission. The Huskies were supposed to take the second half kickoff and roll downfield, score and then hold the Buffs to a three-and-out - which would then propel UW toward the expected blowout result. That didn't happen. Instead the Huskies...

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