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You Can Exhale Now: Card 31, UW 28 (Final)

Ben Rhyne, unsung hero and player of the quarter

Maybe UW's really good and this is the escape that seemingly all national or conference championship teams need. Then again, Stanford was outgained 489-284 at home. Kevin Hogan had a day that largely reminded of early 2012 quarterbacking. Most jarringly, we don't have the confidence to run up the middle for a yard to ice the game? ... Time will tell, but at least for a week, the dream lives on.

Follow @TheBootleg As the fourth quarter starts, I'm glad we have our coaches and not Washington's. Washington in a hurry-up offense: two touchdowns in three possessions (approximate). UW at normal tempo: one touchdown in eight possessions (again, approximate). But the Huskies come out at a standard pace because the offensive assistants who call in the plays over the headsets have to justify...

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