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October 30, 1998 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back deep to return the punt for Washington, No. 21, Joe Jarzynka. Into the lineup at H-back for the Huskies, No. 21. . . . In to kick the field goal. . . . Deep to receive the kickoff. . . . On for the extra point. . . . No. 21 will be everywhere Saturday at the Coliseum, so get used to it. Jarzynka is a 5-foot-7, 175-pound former walk-on who has become the Huskies' one-man special team.
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October 30, 1998 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back deep to return the punt for Washington, No. 21, Joe Jarzynka. Into the lineup at H-back for the Huskies, No. 21. . . . In to kick the field goal. . . . Deep to receive the kickoff. . . . On for the extra point. . . . No. 21 will be everywhere Saturday at the Coliseum, so get used to it. Jarzynka is a 5-foot-7, 175-pound former walk-on who has become the Huskies' one-man special team.
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October 18, 1998 | From Associated Press
In a tale of two halves, Washington's 21 points in the first outdid California's 13 in the second, as the Huskies defeated the Golden Bears for the 16th consecutive time, 21-13, on Saturday. Quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo, starting his second game in a row in place of injured starter Brock Huard, had two scoring runs in the opening quarter for the Huskies. Joe Jarzynka added a 91-yard punt return for a score in the second quarter for Washington (4-2 overall, 2-1 in the Pacific 10).
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October 31, 1998 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Tailback Chad Morton finally looks more like himself again in his third week back from a back injury. "I think Chad's 100%," Coach Paul Hackett said. "I knew against Washington State he wasn't. Last week was better. This week in practice, you can tell he is." Morton was on pace for a 1,000-yard season before sitting out two games because of a strained and bruised back. It's something of a longshot now--he has 522 yards with four games left--but a bowl game would help.
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November 25, 1999 | MAL FLORENCE
The story about Kansas football player Dion Rayford, who got stuck in a Taco Bell takeout window, reminded Boston Globe columnist Will McDonough of a retired colleague's story. He was driving home one day, was hungry, and decided to pull into a drive-thru line for some food. When he got to the window, he told the woman, "I'd like a cheeseburger, fries and a milkshake." She looked at him quizzically and said, 'Sorry, I can't help you." Indignant, our man asked, "Why not?"
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January 2, 2001 | SAM FARMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Painful as it was, Purdue long snapper Tim Stratton didn't even try to sidestep the truth. His botched snap hurt the Boilermakers in a big way. "Basically, when it came down to it, I screwed up," said Stratton, who sent the ball screaming over the head of punter Scott Kurz in the first quarter. Kurz recovered the loose ball for a 30-yard loss. Washington took over at the Purdue 25, and, three plays later, scored for a 14-0 lead. "The coaches say I put too much velocity on it," Stratton said.
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October 11, 1998 | From Associated Press
Arizona State dropped out of the national championship picture a month ago. Now, it can't even get to .500. The Sun Devils were dominated by No. 22 Notre Dame on Saturday, 28-9, at Tempe, Ariz., as the Irish used an opportunistic defense and a powerful rushing attack to win their third in a row. The loss dropped the Sun Devils to 2-4.
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September 20, 1998 | From Associated Press
Cornerback Toure Butler proved Saturday that Washington doesn't need Brock Huard to put up Heisman Trophy-like numbers in order to win. In a game in which Huard completed only 16 of 33 passes for 178 yards, Butler scored touchdowns on a 98-yard kickoff return and a 35-yard fumble return as the ninth-ranked Huskies defeated Brigham Young, 20-10, at Seattle. "We know [Butler's] able to make a big play for us," teammate Joe Jarzynka said, "we know he can return the football."
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October 26, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You're Steve Mariucci, and you're like a kid in a candy store. Your team can run the ball, it can throw it and today you play a UCLA team that has shown itself vulnerable to both. You're Bob Toledo, and you're looking into a candy store. Your team can run the ball, if not so well lately, and it can throw it, well, some, and today you play a California team that has shown itself vulnerable to both. What to do? It begins with the run.
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October 20, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The UCLA defense, seeking an identity all season, has found one. The Bruins tried the "Amoeba," but that's a little esoteric. And "Organized Chaos" is the kind of oxymoron that just doesn't do for a major university. Meet "The Sieve."
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November 1, 1998 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC Coach Paul Hackett grew so irritated at being asked all season when Carson Palmer would start at quarterback, he finally said he'd wear a clown outfit the day Palmer did. Guess who was Bozo for Halloween? The move USC fans have been clamoring for was finally made Saturday. Palmer became only the second true freshman to start at quarterback for the Trojans, and passed for 279 yards in a 33-10 victory over Washington at the Coliseum in which former starter Mike Van Raaphorst didn't play.
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