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The Huskies responded to the UA stinker by playing one of their most well-rounded games of the year.
Suggs was on fire early, hitting 4 of his first 5 for ten points. After he knocked down his second three pointer, Lorenzo Romar -- in his infinite wisdom -- decided to pull him. What? Suggs had 10 of Washington's 19 through that point in that game. Why would you ever take out a guy who clearly has a hot hand? When Suggs came back into the game later, his next shot was a missed layup and he didn't score again in the first half. What school of coaching is this, and how do I burn down the campus?
Gaddy had one of his more efficient nights as a Husky. Put up a nice stat line of 13/7/5 on 9 shots, but perhaps most impressively (and importantly) he capped it by playing turnover free. Combine that with Andrews' 11 points and 4 rebounds and also no turnovers, and it was the best point guard play we've seen in a long time from this team.
The Dawgs were very active on the offensive glass, giving themselves a bunch of second chance points and did a good job of preventing the same from the Sund Devils. They also turned the ball over only 6 times.
C.J. Wilcox had a terrible first half where he missed all 5 of his shots and got blocked on a couple jumpers. His second half wasn't much better. Maybe he was forcing things, but luckily the rest of the team shot well enough to cover his off night.