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I didn’t expect Darnell Gant to become a slam-dunking, 3-point drilling machine. Didn’t think Ross would snap out of it, or at least I was hoping he wouldn’t. Didn’t envision Tony Wroten AND Aziz N’Diaye both making four free throws in a row.

The Pac-12 named Washington’s Terrence Ross the conference’s Player of the Week.

The sophomore guard joins UW players C.J. Wilcox and Tony Wroten Jr. who won the award this season.

Tosh Lupoi has been named defensive line coach and defensive run game coordinator at Washington, Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian announced today.

Lupoi comes to Washington from California where he spent the last four years as defensive line coach.

Shaq Thompson – Via twitter Thompson said, “I’ve got some thinking to do.” There has never been a question where he would sign until today. In my expert opinion this is one player that could possibly follow Lupoi to Washington. But, as always in recruiting you never know.

In a major Pac-12 shift of power, Tosh Lupoi, the conference’s best recruiter has been pried out of Berekely and is heading to Washington. Lupoi was the main reason that Cal was able to recruit as soundly as they have, currently sporting a Top 10 recruiting class for 2012. But with Lupoi out of the mix for the Bears, it opens the Pac-12 recruiting battles wide open between the top three recruiting schools, Cal, Washington and USC.

Montana confirmed other reports that his plan is to attend a junior college next season to get experience — he would have to sit out if he transferred to an FBS school so by going to a JC he can get on the field — and then find another four-year school at which to play.

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