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Originally published November 12, 2007 at 12:00 AM | Page modified November 12, 2007 at 9:29 AM

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Huskies Replay | Oregon State 29, UW 23

The good: The Huskies may have found a receiver for the future in true freshman Curtis Shaw, who made his first appearance in a game at that position after switching from running back and had four catches.

The bad: Jake Locker's injury was frightening, but it sounds as if he will be all right long term. The loss eliminated any chance of a winning season or a postseason bowl game.

Next up: vs. California, 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Husky Stadium, Channel 4.

Bob Condotta

UW game leaders
Passing PC-PA-PI Yds. TD
Carl Bonnell 10-25-0 233 2
Jake Locker 6-14-0 16 0
Rushing TCB-Yds. Avg. TD
Louis Rankin 20-60 3.0 0
Receiving No.-Yds. Avg. TD
Anthony Russo 4-83 20.8 1
Curtis Shaw 4-46 11.5 0
Tackles Solo Ast. Sa.
M. Forrester 8 3 0

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