Washington Football: Is Steve Sarkisian Ready to Solve the Oregon Problem?

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Washington Football: Is Steve Sarkisian Ready to Solve the Oregon Problem?
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Washington coach Steve Sarkisian enters his third season in Seattle.

Washington's stunning win over Nebraska in last season's Holiday Bowl did several positive things. 

It gave senior quarterback Jake Locker a chance to depart as a winner. 

It gave Washington a 7-6 record—its first winning season since 2002. The victory also served as a feather in the cap of second-year coach Steve Sarkisian, and catapulted his program into the offseason with a sense of accomplishment and momentum.

But some major unfinished business remains with the Oregon Ducks. In a series where the Huskies dominated for a century, they've lost seven in a row to the Ducks, with every game being an annihilation (Oregon has outscored UW 305-120 during that stretch of time).  

Sarkisian is 0-2 against the Ducks, including last year's 53-16 massacre in Eugene. 

Is Sarkisian ready to end Washington's woes by defeating the Ducks Nov. 5 in Husky Stadium? 

Let's review the last seven years.

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