The Morning Haul

Wroten eased into a chair, and for once, the basketball prodigy was just one of 15 guys on a team. For once, you could look at him in the proper context, with other talented, headline-collecting Washington Huskies surrounding him. For once, you weren’t left to scrutinize Wroten’s every move.

None of the returning UW players averaged more than 8.5 points last season, although Romar said there are plenty of candidates to replace Thomas and the three departing seniors.”Those things tend to sort themselves out,” Romar said.

James told UO running backs coach Gary Campbell on Monday morning that he will be “all right.” “Optimistically, LaMichael says ‘I’m going to be back real soon,’ ” Campbell said. “I don’t know how soon that is. … I think he will be back on the field in a minimal amount of time.”

He thinks the potential of the 2013 UW recruiting class is ‘impressive’. That they could land him and a few of his friends in Jabari Bird, Aaron Gordon, and Nigel Williams-Goss. The 4 of them have talked about the idea of playing together on the same team and that excites him.

In order to try to maintain its automatic BCS berth — the league’s No. 1 priority, said two sources — the Big East is poised to invite two programs that were barely on their radar at the start of the year — Boise State and Temple, The Post has learned.

Topics: Big East, Boise State, Isaiah Thomas, LaMichael James, Romar, Stephen Domingo, Temple, The Morning Haul, Tony Wroten Jr

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  • Dawgalicious

    Boise State?? Oh Gawd, talk about desperate…. Why don’t they just rename themselves the Big Country