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Friday Dots: Huskies overpowered by bigger, stronger USC team

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Midway through the first half, USC had as many dunks as UW had field goals

NCAA Basketball: Washington at Southern California Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday, Dawg fans.

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Scholarship update: 42 players on offense, 41 on defense, and 5 specialists. That all adds up to 88 total players.

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“The Pac-12 connection runs deep in Millen’s family- his father, Hugh Millen, was a quarterback at Washington in the 1980’s before playing in the NFL, while his older brother Cale signed with the Ducks in the 2019 class.”

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As of Thursday:

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Husky Volleyball ranked #8 to begin the season:

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Men’s Hoops crushed 95-68 at USC

Hopkins: “We thought our best chance to get in the game would be to go smaller and try to push it a bit, but (Isaiah Mobley) was posting up and you know, it’s a light heavyweight fighting a heavyweight.”

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The Trojans started the game 8-for-8 from the field and never looked back.

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The Huskies haven’t won at USC since Dec. 29, 2017

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UW has now given up at least 80 points in five straight games. Three of those opponents scored 90+

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16 offensive rebounds and 37 free throw attempts for the Trojans:

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Retro Dot

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