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Some scattered thoughts following Washington’s victory Saturday over Arizona, which made even the most cynical, know-it-all media types giggle like schoolgirls:

What’s the point margin the Huskies can’t erase?

What in blazes are they doing for 31/2 quarters?

How much does all this foolishness psych out opponents that have 10-point leads with 10 minutes left?

Will Paul Arnold play again this season?

What was it like in Curtis Williams’ hospital room after Marques Tuiasosopo’s game-winning touchdown run with a little more than a minute left?

Kicker John Anderson’s sure heating up, isn’t he?

As banged up as Oregon is, and seeing how the Ducks struggled in Pullman, is Washington destined to meet Purdue in the Rose Bowl?

Which team is more charmed, Washington or Oregon?

Are the Ducks’ home uniforms as ugly as the Chicago White Sox’ black, pajama-like unies were?

Wasn’t that the quietest 70,000 you’ve ever heard?

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston kind of deserve each other, don’t they?

Has the Pacific-10 Conference ever had more parity?

Has the Pac-10 ever been this nuts?

If your knees bent the other way, what would a chair look like?

Doesn’t Dennis Erickson’s crimson-faced denial that he’ll leave Oregon State for USC smell similar to the denials that he wouldn’t leave Washington State for Miami? Or Miami for the Seattle Seahawks?

How much will Oregon State pay Erickson to stay in Corvallis?

Don’t you wish you were Erickson’s agent?

Don’t you wish you were Erickson’s gardener?

Does the UW band know more than six tunes?

With overtime losses in three of his last four games, does Mike Price want to dropkick a potted plant out his office window?

Sick of “Who Let The Dogs Out” yet?

Don’t you wish Lou Piniella would quit smoking?

Will six Pac-10 teams go to bowls?

Will they flame out again, as they have the last two years?

Can Oklahoma survive the rest of the season, including the Big 12 title game, to earn an Orange Bowl berth?

Is it time for sweating BCS officials to prepare their extensive spin campaign for enraged fans, players and coaches of as many as five teams, all of whom can make intriguing cases to be in the BCS title game?

Aren’t you glad San Jose State exposed TCU?

Aren’t you kind of glad Seattle Seahawks home games are blacked out?

Don’t you secretly wish all NFL games were blacked out?

How long do you give the XFL?

If Mike Tyson got in the ring with Bob Knight, who would win?

Who cares?

Why do so many boosters want sideline passes?

Do we want to know?

Do Shawn Kemp’s teammates refer to him as “Mr. Love Handles” behind his back?

Does Josh Heupel remind anyone else of Ken Stabler before Stabler started looking like George Jones?

What’s in store for UCLA-Washington Saturday?

Does anyone want this season to end, besides the Husky coaching staff?

What will life be like after Tuiasosopo?

Aren’t you glad Jim Lambright was in the group that visited Curtis Williams last week?

Will the Huskies ever put together a complete game?

Will they need to?

If they do, won’t it ruin all the fun?

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