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Defense takes their turn

Cameron Elisara (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - After Jake Locker completed a pass to Kavario Middleton in the end zone, it looked like the whole offense went crazy in unison, jumping up and down. It appeared a football may have been the victim of some excessive celebration, and a few flags come out to spoil the mood.

"The one thing that bothered me a bit was that there was quite a few flags, holding on both sides of the ball and different things," UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said after practice No. 9 was in the books Saturday afternoon. "We wish we were playing a little more smooth football and line up properly and play and eliminate the penalty flags. "Our guys were just having fun. I wasn't worried...

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