Washington runs through Colorado as increasingly important Apple Cup looms

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — This isn’t basketball. But Washington’s ball movement was something to see. Leading 7-0 with 3:03 left in the first quarter Saturday, Michael Penix Jr. took a shotgun snap and handed to wide receiver Jalen McMillan on an end-around. McMillan lateraled to fellow wide receiver Ja’Lynn Polk, who passed it back to the waiting Penix. The redshirt junior collected the ball at Colorado’s 42-yard line and whizzed a pass to McMillan along the left sideline. Which is when the sophomore wide receiver got to work. With a fleet of blockers in front, McMillan darted to the 18-yard line, where 325-…

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