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There go UW’s College Football Playoff chances. Now, the Huskies are fighting for their Pac-12 lives.

Seattle Times Sunday, 14 October 2018 ()
Saturday was one of those days for Washington. A missed 37-yard field goal with three seconds left put the game into overtime, and the Ducks took it from there. Now, a playoff spot out of the question, the Huskies are fighting for position in the Pac-12 for the remainder of the season.
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