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ONE OF THE MOST spectacular plays of Super Bowl XLVIII was made by a Seahawk who wasn’t drafted out of college, who played rarely, and frequently caught the ire of Coach Pete Carroll for “not finishing” his plays. Well, that’s probably a thing of the past. Former Husky Jermaine Kearse was the fellow who caught a 24-yard pass over the middle, in traffic, broke four tackles and scored a touchdown in the third quarter to help carry the hometown Hawks to their 43-8 overwhelming of the Denver Broncos. Overall, Kearse, ’12, had four receptions for 65 yards. And one happy coach.

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