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Coaches thought this was going to be a crazy Pac-12 season, and they were right

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From the first day Chris Petersen took over as football coach at Washington, the question he heard most often was: When are you going to beat Oregon?

The Huskies had lost 12 straight to their Pacific Northwest rival before ending the streak in decisive fashion with 70-21 victory in Eugene last...


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