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Coaches' Notes - UCLA

Tyrone Willingham (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

At the end of the first quarter it looked pretty bleak. By the time the Washington Huskies started moving the ball against UCLA on Saturday, it was well past the half-way point of the second quarter and the offense was just sputtering. But after being outscored 16-0, the Huskies responded with a 29-3 barrage of points and a 29-19 win over the Bruins in front of 58,255 at Husky Stadium.

Washington Head Coach Tyone Willingham: On the win: "For our young men to be able to come back in the manner they did was excellent. And our defense, they were placed in some terrible situations and they stood tall. That was critical for us to be able to get back in the ballgame. And that interception at the end of the game by Dan Howell...was very appropriate." On Quinton Daniels' catch in...

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