When the dust settles and the man is standing over you, glaring down with a look of eager anticipation upon his countenance, you look that man straight in the eye and remember what your old friend Gekko does in a moment like this: tell him to eat s%$# and then kick him in the dots.
Sarkisian had an impromptu with the press on Friday and answered a bunch of questions relating to topics such as the kicking game and offensive line depth. Here are TNT's notes on it. And here are Condotta's.
Huskies recruiting has been kicked up a notch as we race into the holiday quiet period. The Huskies are clearly serious about D and they've been targeting some high profile national recruits. Pacific Takes has taken notice.
The P12 had its first bowl game of the season with Arizona coming from way behind (twice) to squeak out a last second victory over the same Nevada team that got beat soundly by Boise State a few weeks ago. This was not a good showing for the P12. From the sparsely attended stadium, to the sideline brawl between Wildcat players, to the horrible defense that surrendered over 400 yards rushing, to the fact that they needed an onside kick to find a way to win it ... thrilling, but not exactly the image we want to leave with the nation. I still can't believe that this same Arizona team crushed us.
Could Joshua Smith be looking to make a transfer to Washington? I haven't followed the buzz on this, but if there is any coach out there that could turn around the Smith situation, Lorenzo Romar is that guy. Coupled with how close those two were during the recruiting process, I can't say that this doesn't make sense.
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