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Sarkisian Keeps Pedal To The Metal

Steve Sarkisian (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies were apparently in a hurry. They had a date with bowl eligibility they didn't want to be late to and another game to think about in six days so they had no time to really bask in the glow of a 59-7 throttling over Colorado Saturday night at Husky Stadium. The 24 Hour rule lasted about 24 minutes.

"We're over it already," Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said. "The preparation is underway and it has to be for a short week. I think our guys understand that. Our guys were already talking about it." Sark should have told his counterpart Mike MacIntyre that he wasn't in a mood to fool around. "That was a long day, to say the least," MacIntyre said afterward. "It was the worst tackling day...

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