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Huskies Bring Hard Hats To Bye Week

Justin Wilcox (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Washington wanted to thank those involved in the construction of the newly renovated Husky Stadium, so they brought all the workers out to lead the team onto the field before they would eventually destroy Boise State 38-6 Saturday night. Some of the players took the workers' hard hats with them as the team was back at it 36 hours later - even though they don't play a team this weekend.

"That's the whole theme for the team - there's a lot for us to work on," UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian told the media on Monday. "It's a nice win for us but there's a lot for us to go back to work on. We had the shoulder pads and helmets on the Monday after a game." But why? Why not let the feeling of a huge win - one that catapulted the Huskies into a top-25 ranking for the first time since last...

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