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Mike G

Husky fans are showing incredible confidence in their team in their online predictions (yeah, I realize a fanboy post doesn't account for much.) 90% are predictin an outright win over at Bob Condotta's blog. Personally, I'm expecting something like 45-24. It should be a decent game, but as soon as they fall behind, the Huskies will lose their balanced attack that has made them a threat early on.


Dominant offensive performance, but Stanford's secondary without Howell was not good. If we face an offense that can slow down the pass rush, we're in trouble. Great game but it didn't do anything to sooth my fears of losing at SC and/or getting outscored by the ducks in an epic shootout. And if the losses of Wisconsin and Oklahoma move Stanford up to the top 5 in the country, let's hope it doesn't go to people's heads. This is not even close to a top-5 defense right now. Get well quick Delano.

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