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"No. 6 Oregon has overcome injuries to top playmakers thanks to some clutch relief efforts. The regulars, QB Darron Thomas and TB LaMichael James, might have to be back on top of their game as the Ducks, on the eve of their key showdown with Stanford, face a potential trap at Washington. The dangerous Huskies, whose home stadium will be closed for renovations until the 2013 season after this contest, hope to make this day memorable."


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"1. Terrence Ross, 6-6, SG, Soph., Washington — Don’t be surprised if he winds up being the Huskies’ leading scorer and top player. Only averaged eight points as a freshman, but now that Isaiah Thomas is gone they’ll be plenty of scoring to go around."


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"Of some of the players known to be making official visits, Biggins says that McNamara “is probably the top tight end on the West Coast”; that Turpin is an “under-the-radar guy who has had a huge year at defensive end”; that Marshall is “one of the top two running backs on the West Coast along with KeiVarae Russell” (of Mariner High in Everett); and that Daniels is “one of the top three or four safeties on the West.” Seymour, meanwhile, he says is “probably the top corner in the West.”"


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"The entire Oregon team is built around speed, but it’s most obvious on the offensive side of the ball where their tailback trio is one of the best in the nation. LaMichael James, Kenjon Barner and DeAnthony Thomas are all electric players who have the potential to score nearly every time they touch the ball. The Ducks are fourth in the nation and first in the Pac-12, averaging 309.3 yards per game on the ground. They also average over a yard per carry more than any other team in the nation with a 7.2 yard average."


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"Landen Lucas, a 6’8- 230 Power Forward/Center, is on his last official visit that he has scheduled. He has taken trips to Tennessee, Stanford, and California. He plans to sign in the early period."


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"Neither Romar or his players were satisfied with their defensive performance. Early on, Washington was solid and played with a lot of energy. But if you noticed, the number of freshman on the floor was directly proportionate to the number of missed boxouts, slow rotations and poor decisions, which is to be expected."


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"Washington is on the right track under Sarkisian but must develop at least a solid defense in order to handle a juggernaut like the Ducks. Ranked teams have carved through UW’s defense with ease. The Huskies fell 51-38 at No. 9 Nebraska and 65-21 at Stanford. Oregon does much of the same Saturday, but it won’t come easily. Oregon 47, Washington 40."