The Morning Haul

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Good Morning! And Happy Black Friday! If you are up early to go shopping I salute you.


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"Unfortunately, Houston Baptist doesn’t seem to be a major test for the Huskies’ response to a major slap. Like Seattle University, HBU is making a move from the small time to Division I, and taking beatings from big-timers is a part of the deal. An afternoon game on a rainy Black Friday during a holiday weekend should test the resolve of the hardiest college hoops fan. Then again, there’s no Sonics game to compete with, and no one can deal with relatives for 48 hours in a row. Washington 77, Houston Baptist 59."


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"“We can’t overlook nobody,” Wroten said. “Houston Baptist, they’re coming in here wanting to win just like Saint Louis did.”"


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"So much to like about the Cardinal. The defense, which is surrendering 55.8 points per game, is ranked first in the Pac-12 and among the top 22 nationally in points allowed. The three point guard lineup takes care of the ball and creates easy scoring opportunities for the big men."


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"In their 55-44 loss to the Fairfield Stags the Sun Devils turned the ball over 22 times. Three different guards had four turnovers; Carrick Felix, Keala King and Chris Colvin."


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"An exciting win over the Huskies would leave WSU one victory short of bowl contention while matching Wulff’s win total from the previous three seasons combined. It would also give the Cougars a 2-1 record down the stretch — all against bowl-eligible teams — with only an overtime loss tainting the mark. And Wulff would carry a respectable 2-2 mark in Apple Cup games during his tenure."


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"At best, the South representative in the title game will be Utah at 8-4, which wouldn’t be awful (especially considering the Utes haven’t played Stanford or Oregon)."