The Morning Haul

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"“In retrospect, I would have liked to (call a timeout),” Romar said. “We didn’t finish the game, and that’s unfortunate.”"


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"The longer the locals and the fans of Missouri and Villanova – which played in Tuesday night’s first game — stayed in the Garden, the louder they rooted for the Huskies. By the time Terrence Rosswas putting UW back up late in a game that had 19 lead changes, “The World’s Most Famous Arena” was roaring for these under-Dawgs in purple."


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"The loss to Marquette proved they can play with the best. Though if they lose to Duke the only real nonconference opponent of value will be UC Santa Barbara (and they need to win that). Therefore, they may not get a very high seed into the tournament, especially with the way the Pac-12 looks this year."


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"His decision making isn’t always the best, but there’s no denying Wroten’s talent. He provides 13 points and 4.2 rebounds off the bench. He’s gotten to the foul line 37 times — nearly double any other Washington player — but he’s making just 48.6 percent."


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"Mickens is a 4-star recruit according to Rivals, and the 13th best receiver in the nation as they compare him to New England Patriot, Wes Welker. Washington is probably the favorite for Mickens at the moment, as he spoke highly of the Huskies after his visit to Seattle at the end of November."


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