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Kevin King (USA TODAY Sports)

HONOLULU - It's Sunday 8am Hawaii time. As I drink my morning cup of Kona blend, two things really popped into my head. Both revolve around trust.

My first discussion point involves Chris Petersen's decision he faced in Hawaii territory near midfield. Washington had just asked for a measurement when they had picked up 6 yards and two feet on a third and seven. Initially Petersen had the body language of a coach that was raring to go for it and send a message. After seeing what he thought was a Hawaii linebacker blitz into the running play...

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