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Things fall into place for Huskies

Tyrone Willingham (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Maybe that's all that was needed - a little 'Washington' weather. The pouring rain and miserable conditions appeared to be like manna from Husky Heaven, as Washington took it to California early in their 37-23 win at Husky Stadium. Nice thing was, when the skies parted, their fortune never wavered. The offense left little to chance.

"That was Husky football right there," Washington Offensive Coordinator Tim Lappano said after the game. "Everyone was physical." It wasn't pretty in a lot of ways, but it was the completion of a football game the Washington fanbase knew this team was capable of playing. They won the battle at the line of scrimmage, they stopped Cal's running game when it mattered, and they took advantage of...

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