The Morning Haul

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"They might be inexperienced, but the talent is there with an emerging star in Terrence Ross. According to Grantland, plays like that one in New York have NBA talent observers talking about his lottery-pick potential."


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"UC Santa Barbara star Orlando Johnson ranks sixth in the nation with 22.1 points per game and is the Gauchos’ go-to player. The 6-foot-5 power guard has the kind of inside-outside combination that can take over a game, and the Huskies’ priority is trying to figure out a way to slow him down."


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"-University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.-Close overtime and double-OT losses to San Diego State and UNLV.-Head coach Bob Williams tied a school record with 222 wins all-time on Tuesday.-Senior Orlando Johnson is currently fourth in the nation in scoring (22.1 ppg)."


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"As Brock and Salk explain in Wednesday’s Wrap Up video, Mora has already recruited a pair of coaches away from other Pac-12 programs, including one former Husky assistant."


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"“We’re really young in a lot of key positions,” Holt said. “We’re getting better but we’re still young. It takes time to build a great, great defense.” Holt does have something to point to that could give his team confidence: Its bowl experience in 2010."


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"8. Alamo Bowl, Baylor (9-3) vs. Washington (7-5), Dec. 29: This likely will be the final game for Baylor QB Robert Griffin III, a junior who seems NFL-bound. Washington QB Keith Price has had a good season, too, with 29 TD passes."


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"Scott has been relentlessly upbeat about this game and has said he feels vindicated by his decision to have the team with the better record host it, as opposed to playing it at a neutral site. “An empty stadium looks awful on TV,” he says. He has faced that problem with the conference’s postseason basketball tournament, which has been played at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to less than packed houses; the conference is strongly considering moving the tournament to the MGM Grand (MGM) in Las Vegas. “People will travel to Las Vegas,” Scott says. He is also eyeing the international market: In mid-December he took a four-day trip to China to explore the possibility of bringing Pac-12 basketball teams over to play against Chinese squads and holding a conference football game in Beijing in 2013."