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"Andrew Moritz, a walk on basketball player from 1996-99, passed away on Saturday after a three-year battle with cancer."


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"The complete team effort Saturday night was a breakthrough for a UW outfit that lost four of its previous five games and most of the momentum from a fast start against lesser opponents. The Cougars (4-8) qualified as a lesser opponent, but the way the Huskies had been playing lately, they dared not assume anything."


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"It appears that Paul Wulff, Dennis Erickson and Rick Neuheisel will all be fired in the coming days. None of which really comes as a surprise."


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"So you have Cal getting bricked at UCLA, Arizona State throwing up on itself at Washington State, UCLA getting bombed at Arizona and Washington flopping at Oregon State. The Utes are typically great at home. Colorado had lost 24 in a row away from its home stadium. But logic doesn’t always rule in the Pac-12. The rule is inexplicable results are part of the conference’s annual tapestry."


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NOTE:Saint Louis is listed as 21 by the CBSSports.com Writers.


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"Lots of teams are still undefeated because of how they schedule, but this is not a cupcake-induced record. SLU already owns wins over a Pac-12 school (Washington), an ACC school (Boston College) and a Big East school (Villanova), and the wins over Washington and Villanova are quality considering both of those teams were ranked in the preseason Top 25 (and one). Also worth noting: All of SLU’s wins are by double-digits, meaning the Billikens are beating folks solidly and convincingly. And they’re doing it with the 3-point shot."


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"The Wolf Pack continues a tough stretch by hosting Washington on Friday. Nevada coach David Carter admitted the players learned the importance of playing a full 40 minutes despite the venue. The Wolf Pack dealt with a near-empty arena in both games and played on a court with ice below the floor because a minor-league hockey team plays its home games at Sears Centre."