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Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Murphy grad celebrates a win in final game at Husky Stadium

SEATTLE — As a boy, Taniela Tupou played recess football at school in the week before the annual Apple Cup. One team would be the Huskies, the other team would be the Cougars, and the kids would pick sides based on their loyalties. Tupou...[Read more]

Silvertips' offense keeps rolling in 5-0 win over Warriors

EVERETT — Home is where most people enjoy spending the holidays, and Xfinity Arena's home ice has proven quite hospitable to the Everett Silvertips during Thanksgiving...[Read more]

Seahawks’ Rawls stays rooted through sudden rise to stardom

RENTON — This time last week Thomas Rawls was an undrafted rookie coming off a two-carry game. He was continuing to soak up all he could from lead man Marshawn Lynch....[Read more]

Washington pummels No. 20 Washington State 45-10 in Apple Cup

SEATTLE — Without starting quarterback Luke Falk, the Washington State University football team was going to have a tough time against rival Washington in...[Read more]

Patterson: Huskies’ freshman Gaskin earns coaches trust and runs with it

SEATTLE — Trust is not something given lightly to a freshman running back. Usually the true freshmen running backs can be found in the third rank on the sidelines,...[Read more]

Everett Silvertips rout Brayden Point-less Moose Jaw Warriors

The Game (Story) EVERETT - Home is where most people enjoy spending the holidays, and Xfinity Arena’s home ice has proven quite hospitable to the Everett Silvertips...[Read more]

Huskies notebook: Ex-UW stars give young pups a history lesson

SEATTLE — During the week, the UW coaching staff invited several ex-players to address the team about the importance of winning the Apple Cup. Head coach Chris Petersen ...[Read more]

Jones' interception highlights big day for UW defense

SEATTLE — Sidney Jones was the closer Friday afternoon at Husky Stadium. He snuffed out any chance of the Washington State Cougars mounting a comeback in the Apple Cup. ...[Read more]

Cougars notebook: WSU plagued by miscues

SEATTLE — Asked to explain the unexpected malfunction of his 20th-ranked Washington State University football team on Friday, coach Mike Leach raised his hand and...[Read more]

Cougars’ star wideouts have an off day

SEATTLE — Wide receivers Dom Williams and Gabe Marks share a little motivational expression. They call themselves the best duo in Washington State University history....[Read more]

Second-half spurt lifts Huskies past Charlotte 71-66

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — Andrew Andrews had 30 points and 13 rebounds and Washington rallied in the second half to slip past Charlotte 71-66 Friday in the seventh-place...[Read more]

Boykin, No. 15 TCU beat No. 7 Baylor 28-21 in double OT

FORT WORTH, Texas — Trevone Boykin threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to KaVontae Turpin in the second overtime and No. 15 TCU beat No. 7 Baylor 28-21 on a rainy Friday night,...[Read more]

Western Michigan upsets No. 24 Toledo 35-30

TOLEDO, Ohio — From 1-11 to a piece of a division title and the program’s first victory against a ranked team, a lot has happened in the last three years for Western Michigan....[Read more]

No. 18 Oregon holds off rallying Oregon State 52-42

EUGENE, Ore. — Vernon Adams threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns and No. 18 Oregon extended its winning streak to six games and closed out the regular season with a 52-42 ...[Read more]

Ward leads No. 21 Houston to 52-31 win over No. 16 Navy

HOUSTON — Houston rebounded from its first defeat of the season with its biggest victory yet under coach Tom Herman.Greg Ward, Jr. threw for 308 yards and three touchdowns to ...[Read more]

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