The Morning Haul

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"“The way we play defense is a catalyst for everything we do,” Romar said. “When we don’t defend things don’t go well for us.”"


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"Of course, Romar isn’t wrong. His team has not defended well to date, particularly on the ball, where the Huskies somehow manage to foul shooters frequently while forcing opponents into turnovers on just 18.2 percent of their possessions (which ranks No. 297 in the country, per KenPom (subscription required)). Usually, teams that foul often force turnovers for their trouble. Or vice versa. (No fouls, few turnovers.) The Huskies have somehow inverted that logic, and not in a positive direction."


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"If Ross and Wilcox and finally begin to deliver inside and develop into the players they should be, this team will greatly benefit from it. At this point, UW needs to win the conference title with at least 14 wins to secure an at-large bid, but I will not feel comfortable unless we secure the Pac-12 auto bid by winning the conference tournament."


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"-Northridge is currently 3-6 on the season.-Freshman guard Stephan Hicks leads the Matadors with 17.5 ppg and 8.5 rebounds.-Head coach Bobby ‘Bras’ Braswell is in his 16th season at CSUN after coming from Oregon as an assistant coach."


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"Crushed under the weight of their own lethargy against South Dakota State Sunday, Lorenzo Romar’s Washington Huskies will have an opportunity to clear away some of the rubble when they host the Cal State Northridge Matadors."


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"The most obvious explanation is Pac-12 teams run complicated offenses and pass a lot — six rank among the top-26 in passing and nine are in the top-55. Teams that run complicated offenses and pass a lot would tend to commit more penalties, most particularly the costly holding or pass interference calls."


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"“It opened my eyes a lot,” Banner said. “I know I have been there a bunch before but this gave me a chance to see the student life and talk to academic advisors. My parents went with me and I feel like Washington helped their chances a lot.”"