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Sunday, September 11, 2011
Washington 40, Hawaii 32
This one was not on video so I settled for the radio, but I will be watching the replay tomorrow night. I feel much better about the Huskies than I did after last week's game. Keith Price showed himself to have real potential as a replacement for Jake Locker and the defense tightened up at least a bit relative to the previous week. And the special teams looked reasonably good, but for one errant punt. Will all this improvement be enough for Nebraska (again!) next week? Maybe not. But if they can play like they did this week every week, they should have a good enough season. To quote Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer "they came closer to resembling a good football team." And a 2-0 start makes the rest of the season much easier. Full Seattle Times coverage here.