Washington quarterback Jake Browning, third from right, watches play from the bench Saturday during the second half of the Peach Bowl, in Atlanta. The Huskies’ 12-2 season and berth in the national semifinals raises the standard of excellence for the program.
Washington quarterback Jake Browning, third from right, watches play from the bench Saturday during the second half of the Peach Bowl, in Atlanta. The Huskies’ 12-2 season and berth in the national semifinals raises the standard of excellence for the program. David Goldman The Associated Press
Washington quarterback Jake Browning, third from right, watches play from the bench Saturday during the second half of the Peach Bowl, in Atlanta. The Huskies’ 12-2 season and berth in the national semifinals raises the standard of excellence for the program. David Goldman The Associated Press

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