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Willingham looking for answers

Tyrone Willingham (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Pasadena, Calif. - The Rose Bowl has always been pretty friendly to the Washington Huskies away from Pac-10 play, but against the UCLA Bruins, the answers just haven't come of late. The Huskies suffered their sixth-straight away loss to the Bruins, 44-31, and Washington Head Coach Tyrone Willingham was left scratching his head. But he understood what was at the heart of it.

"It may have been just one of those days," Willingham said. "But it wasn't like our guys didn't want to or weren't trying. We've got to execute." The Bruins, who rushed for 83 yards a week ago on the road against Utah - found the going a whole lot easier against Washington. UCLA finished the night with 333 yards on the ground, and two 100-yard rushers (Chris Markey - 193 and Kahlil Bell - 10...

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