The Morning Haul

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Good Morning! 2 games today both in Football and Basketball.


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"Should be a cakewalk for the Huskies. First game this season for Aziz N’Diaye, the 7-foot center who sat out the Seattle Pacific exhibition game with a concussion.With all the inexperience around him, the big guy has a bigger role this season. Time to start dominating. Washington 85, Ga State 63."


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"Ashley Hamilton scored 23 points, Anthony Ireland added 21 and Loyola Marymount knocked off No. 17 UCLA 69-58 on Friday night in the teams’ season opener, the Bruins’ first game in their temporary home at the Los Angeles Sports Arena."


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"Florida Atlantic at Washington (8 p.m. ET): Are the nation’s scribes just a little too low on Washington? It’s starting to feel that way. The Huskies received minimal top 25 love this season, and they do have big holes to fill: Isaiah Thomas and Matthew Bryan-Amaning were this team’s two most important players, and both are gone. But Lorenzo Romar does have a bunch of talent in Seattle, namely Terrence Ross and star freshman Tony Wroten, Jr., who may eclipse most, if not all, of the other star freshmen guards with his ability to smoothly score and distribute in Romar’s fast-break game."


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"After two exhibition wins, senior forward Brandon McGee leads the Panthers with a 18.5 points per game scoring average and 7.5 rebounding average. The former junior college transfer was an inconsistent performer last season. McGee tallied a career-best 31 points – also a team season high – against Northeastern. He also played fewer than 10 minutes in 10 games and made just 10 starts"


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"It’s fair to say that there is tempered excitement about this year’s Huskies, who were picked fourth in preseason Pac-12 polls and received a few votes in the national top 25 poll. UW probably has enough pieces to be good, but the big question is whether the Huskies have enough to be great."


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NOTE:There are 2 Pac-12 coach’s on the “hot seat”.


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"“It’s a kicker’s dream to do that for his team,” Heidari said. “I’ve never had a game-winning kick attempt. It would be ironic if it came down to that again this year; hopefully I’m the one putting it through the uprights for the win. That would be an amazing feeling.”"


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"Price, who will again be playing in front of family and friends from where he grew up in nearby Compton, says he needs to get back to playing loosely. He and Sarkisian say the redshirt sophomore needs to stay within the framework of Washington’s offense instead of pressing to make a big play on his own. That approach had Price at 21 touchdown passes and four interceptions through six games. Getting overly excited and trying to do too much, in the quarterback’s estimation, has resulted in four touchdown throws and six interceptions over Washington’s last three games – two of them losses."


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"This week, Folk told Seattle-area reporters he would prefer that the Huskies win easily so that he would not be needed. But he added, “If it does come down to me, I’ll be ready.”"


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"USC and Washington are battling it out for a number of top recruits, including offensive linemen Josh Garnett and Zach Banner, and cornerback Kevon Seymour. With only three more weeks left in the season, the Trojans need to take advantage of this opportunity to impress prospects while they still can."