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Pac-12 reprimands officials in Wisconsin-ASU game

PAC-12 Commissioner Larry Scott – “After a thorough review, we have determined that the officials fell short of the high standard in which Pac-12 games should be managed.”

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Huskies’ unassuming Sankey leads nation in rushing

Sankey ran a career-best 208 yards in Saturday’s win at Illinois

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Huskies move up in polls

The Dawgs play Idaho State at Husky Stadium Saturday at 12pm.

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Forbes: Paul Allen America’s richest pro sports team owner

The Microsoft co-founder owns the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers


Seahawks humble 49’ers at CenturyLink

Richard Sherman and defensive backfield post 3 interceptions in dominant victory


12th Man sets stadium noise record

The 12th Man sets the Guinness Book of World Record for “loudest crowd roar at a sports stadium” in victory over the San Francisco 49ers.


Sounders take over first place

Seattle moves into sole possesion of first place after big win Friday over Real Salt Lake

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Price, Sankey lead Huskies past Illinois

No. 19 Washington beat Illinois 34-24 at Soldier Field on Saturday.

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Washington State beats S. Utah 48-10

Washington State beat Southern Utah 48-10 on Saturday in its home opener.

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Toledo outlasts E. Washington

Toledo outlasted Eastern Washington 33-21 on Saturday night.

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