The Morning Haul

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NOTE: This was before last night’s big game by Ross.

"Lots of people — including Jeff Goodman — believe Terrence Ross is set to have a breakthrough season, and he probably will. But the sophomore has made just seven of 21 shots through two games, including only one of nine 3-point attempts."


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"Sarkisian said the Huskies evaluated Crichton as a potential recruit. “Just one of the tough decisions you have to make,’’ he said. “We decided not to go on him and he’s gone to OSU and is playing really good football for them. We missed (on him).’’Sarkisian said the Huskies have not played “with a real sense of purpose’’ during a stretch where they have dropped three of four games (to Stanford, Oregon, and USC) and he called it “gut check time’’ for his players."


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"After two games, Wilcox is averaging 20.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.5 apg, 1.0 bpg and 3.0 spg while shooting 8-of-13 (61.5 percent) behind the arc."


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"“When he comes in, the game gets a little quicker,” Huskies coach Lorenzo Romar said. Yeah, it does. Wroten was the talk of Monday’s postgame despite a modest stat line of 11 points, six assists and five rebounds in 24 minutes off the bench. Wroten averaged 12 points and a shade over four assists during the three-game World Vision Classic."


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"“We will prepare ourselves for Nick Montana to make his first start Saturday, and if things change, then things change,” Sarkisian said. “But I think you have to prepare for that so that we don’t get caught off guard late in the week.”"