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Sark, UW Have Much To Be Thankful For

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With Thanksgiving upon us, most have time to reflect and give thanks - but college football coaches usually aren't afforded such luxuries, especially this time of year. As Steve Sarkisian and his staff prepare the Washington Huskies to face Washington State Friday in the 105th Apple Cup, Sark knew he couldn't bundle his thanks into a 10-second sound bite.

"I'm thankful for my family, obviously. This job, these players, this opportunity to be part of this University…a lot to be thankful for. It's longer than a one-sentence answer - that's for sure," he remarked Wednesday in his last media gathering before Friday's game. And of course he's right - it's much longer than one sentence. It's an answer that's taken an entire season to produce, a...

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