Some Husky Sports Links

These links include any sports the Dawgs play.

Women's Basketball

The Seattle Times interviewed Jazmine Davis, and she is eager for a rematch with the Oregon schools.

"They were the worst games of my life," Davis said of losses at Oregon State and Oregon. "Coming into this game (Thursday, against Oregon), I'm actually a lot more prepared and way more focused to redeem myself to make up for those games."

The Autzen Zoo has a game preview between the Ducks and the Dawgs.

Huskies have some star
power in center Regina Rogers, who leads the team with 16 points
per game and 8.2 rebounds per game. Both Johnson and Jasmin Holliday are two more than capable defensive players in the
frontcourt, but Rogers has the ability to take things over if
not consistently stopped.

The Everett Herald has an article about Everett Native, turned Oregon Duck, Danielle Love

Since most of the Oregon frontcourt graduated, Love knew her role would only expand this season, and she put in extra time shooting at the gym to be ready. She also knew conditioning would be even more important as a starter in run-and-gun guru Paul Westhead's system.

Jayda Evans has a power poll for the pac-12 on her blog, and a little blurb about Pac-12 attendance.

WSU is on pace to double its draw, however, averaging 1,244 in nine home games this year compared to 607 in 12 home match-ups last year.

more after the jump

Men's Basketball

USA today has a game preview for the Dawgs-Ducks game. (As does Oregon live, the Kansas City Star, The Autzen Zoo, and the New's Tribune.)

This battle should be much closer than the initial encounter. The only game Joseph did not reach double figures in since joining the team mid-season was against Washington as he went 1-of-13 from the floor in the loss.

The Washington Post has a nice take on the Husky season thus far, and what the Dawgs need to do the rest of the season (win???). There's also some comparison to Romar's 04-05 team.

The last time Washington got off to such a strong start in conference play was the 2004-05 season, when Washington would finish second in the regular season, go on to win the Pac-10 tournament and claim a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Huskies reached the regional semifinals before losing to Louisville in the round of 16.

OregonLive has some comments from Dana Altman on the state of the team which were at least mildly entertaining.

"If I had the answers we'd address it," he said. "Girls have something to do with everything, playing in front of friends, you know I don't know. But we haven't been as sharp at home as I hoped we would be."

The Deseret News has an article on the Pac-12 title race.

The Pac-12 basketball season is nearly two-thirds complete, but the race for the title is wide open with half of the league's teams possessing a legitimate chance of winning the regular-season title.

Isportsweb has the Dawgs on the NCAA Tourney Bubble.

Oregonlive also has a good article about Terrence Ross.

Ross came into college as a bit of an unknown, partially of his own making. Ross, Oregon's Class 5A player of the year in 2008 after helping Jefferson win the first of three consecutive state titles, transferred to national prep basketball power Montrose Christian School (Md.) before his junior year.


The Seattle Times writes about the softball team's first game of the season, against Nebraska.

The Huskies open the weekend by taking on No. 21/20 Nebraska at 1 p.m. at the Tempe Sports Complex. The Huskies will play San Jose State at 2 p.m. Friday in their only game at ASU's stadium.

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