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Washington tips off against Stanford today at 2:30 pm in the second round of the Pac Ten Tournament. The Huskies have beaten the Cardinal twice this season. Stanford is coming off a win over Oregon State in last nights play in round.

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Arizona State has beaten Arizona in the first game of the day here at the Pac-10 Tournament today 68-56. And assuming the Huskies can get by Stanford in the next game, the Sun Devils will begin prepping for a third try at UW Friday.

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times writes about what he feels will be the keys to the game. Bob has done a great job with this feature all year.

No. 1: Wear 'em out: With Stanford having a quick turnaround from last night to this afternoon, it would make sense that UW might emply a little more pressure to try to wear down the Cardinal, especially the guards. Stanford likes to play at a faster pace than it traditionally has, but in this game a really quick tempo might favor UW.

Noon: #4 Arizona St 68 #5 Arizona 56

2:30 p.m.: #1 Washington 85 #9 Stanford 73

6 p.m.: #6 USC 79 #3 California 75

8:30 p.m.: #2 UCLA 64 #7 WSU 53

Taj Gibson had 21 points and 16 rebounds. Daniel Hackett made four free throws in the last 3.8 seconds, and Southern California never trailed in beating California 79-75 Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 tournament. Freshman DeMar DeRozen added 17 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots'

This is good news for Husky fans because California swept the Huskies this years and I don't think we want to play them again.

33-21 UCLA at the half. The Cougars are shooting only 20% from the field. The Cougars played the Bruins pretty mush even in the second half but were never able to make much of a dent in the lead. WSU's hopes of a third straight NCAA tournament appearance ended with the loss, but chances are the NIT or CBI will come calling for the 17-15 team.