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Huskies Provide WSU Lifeline

Steve Sarkisian (US Presswire)

PULLMAN - It's a good thing the Washington Huskies have more than 24 hours to get over their 31-28 loss to Washington State Friday in the 105th Apple Cup, because this was the kind of game that can have long-term implications for at least one of the programs involved. But for whom?

"This one is going to sting, I'll be honest," Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said after the loss. "When you have a loss like this in a game like this - in a rivalry game - this will sting and this will hurt, for probably more than a day, quite honestly." It was hard for the history major in me not to think about that game at Autzen Stadium 18 years ago when the Huskies had things well in...

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