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It's after the bye week, is there a game this coming weekend? You bet. The Oregon State Beavers - fresh off hanging 66 on Washington State, come looking for more Evergreen State pelts as they trek to Seattle to take on a beleaguered bunch of Huskies. The spread is already two touchdowns; is that being kind, or does Washington have it in them to reverse this curse?

3 Q Thoughts: Well, thank Nate Williams for that shoe-string tackle of Quizz Rodgers, or it would have been 31-6 OSU. As it stands, Mike Riley is more than content to string the game along, not jeopardizing any future game plans, not putting any of his guys at risk, able to switch Rodgers and Ryan McCants without loss of production. In short, UW looks better on defense, but the simple fact is...

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