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"Many believe Adams isn’t getting recruited by his hometown school but that is not the case. Adams hasn’t played high school basketball in over a year. There are some concerns about Adams that the Huskies are looking at very close. Adams is a high quality guard that can score in bunches. Demarquise Johnson and Anrio Adams are pretty much the same height and play the same position. Adams would fit well in Coach Romar’s system."


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"Next up is Washington, which boasts a backfield tandem in quarterback Keith Price and running back Chris Polk that has been on par statistically this season with Oregon’s own duo of Darron Thomas and LaMichael James. Price is eighth nationally in pass efficiency, one spot below Thomas, and Polk is fifth in rushing, three slots behind James.“I’ve always been impressed with Chris,” Kelly said. “(He’s) big, physical, but he can beat you catching the ball too. He’s a real versatile back, a complete back.”"


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"But while fans of the schools can get notoriously cross with each other, UW players and Sarkisian did little Monday during the school’s weekly news conference to stoke the flames. Nothing along the lines of former UW coach Rick Neuheisel’s memorable assertion of Oregon as a “propaganda machine” at a similar news conference before a game in 2002."


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"“All the things going on — the ’91 team coming back, Coach James doing the coin toss, Senior Day — all the stuff that’s coming into the game, one of the unique challenges for us to focus on the task at hand,” Sarkisian said Monday. “And that’s playing the Oregon Ducks, with LaMichael James, Darron Thomas, and DeAnthony Thomas, Kenjon Barner, and defenders (Josh) Kaddu, Dion Jordan, (John) Boyett. All the stuff they have."


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"Under Romar, the Huskies are frequently loaded with talented, long, athletic players who are always entertaining, whether using two post players or only one. Last season, the Huskies characteristically led the Pac-10 in scoring with a high-octane 83.1 points per game.But the program is often at its best when a strong on-court leader ties it all together with a tone of unselfishness and chemistry, a guy like forward Jon Brockman or Thomas."