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- One drive doesn’t define a season. But if we were going to associate a series of plays with Kalen Deboer’s first season as UW coach, you could do a lot worse than the 18-play drive that clinched the win over Oregon State on Friday. Mike Vorel went inside the drive to show what it meant for the team and the program.
- Even moments after the game, the coaches and players talked about how to carry the momentum into the Oregon game next week. Larry Stone talks about whether the Dawgs can make that unlikely leap to glory.
- Christian Caple accumulated his reactions to the game. He led off with how unlikely a victory looked in the first half due to self-inflicted mistakes. The poor start makes the late turnaround even more impactful.
- Once again shifting focus to the Ducks, Chris Fetters has a summary of recent history between the schools. As we know, the Dawgs haven’t been on top much, but it has been glorious when they have been.
- For the visually-inclined, SI’s UW page has a photo gallery from the game on Friday night.
- Monday is a huge day for college basketball with hundreds of games across the country. The Huskies have a tipoff double-header. The women play Utah Tech at 5 PM and the men play Weber State at 8 PM. The Seattle Times has previews for both teams: the men will rely on a combination of mainstays and transfers while the women’s team has high hopes based on a couple of key transfers of their own.