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- This ESPN Roundtable talks 2022 breakout players across the nation. ZTF cracks the list of “Which defensive player not named Will Anderson Jr. will have the biggest presence”
- Dan Raley continues his numerical rundown of the UW roster, and highlights DB Julius Irvin (#29).
- Mike Vorel hypes up DT Von Tunuufi, who got a lot of looks last season as a true freshman, and made the most of it.
They called it watching film for years after it was actually tape, and now it’s mostly called watching tape... even though there’s no tape anymore. Trent McDuffie is old school:
Keeping pace with a ranked team for the first time of the season, the Huskies’ defense kept them within range of an upset for the majority of the game:
Washington forced 23 USC turnovers, but UW (17-15, 11-9) made only one of their last 12 shots:
GAME WRAP: @UW_MBB did what they've done all year long, they battled their hearts out. But they couldn't overcome the loss of Nate Roberts as USC found a way to outlast the Hoop Dawgs, 65-61. Their season is done. @Dawgman247#GoHuskies #HoopDawgs #woof https://t.co/dnF8RlICQG— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) March 11, 2022
Dawgs go stone-cold from the floor (24%) in the 2nd half:
FINAL STATS: USC is able to fade 23 turnovers and held Terrell Brown, Jr. to 2 second-half points to eventually outlast the Huskies 65-61. Brown finished the game with 23 points. Huskies finish their season 17-15 overall, 12-10 in conference (including tournament). @Dawgman247 pic.twitter.com/MPYLHOkGWQ— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) March 11, 2022
Thursday’s loss marked UW’s first loss to a team ranked outside of the top-16. The Huskies play New Mexico in the final day of the San Diego Shakedown Friday at 2pm.
Due to weather, Washington’s Friday games in Fort Collins, Colorado against Northern Colorado and Colorado State have been canceled.
Doubleheader Saturday: Northern Colorado at 9:00 am PT, before taking on host Colorado State at 2:00 pm PT.
Same story for UW Baseball:
SCHEDULE UPDATE— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) March 10, 2022
Due to inclement weather, this Friday's baseball game at Utah has been rescheduled. Saturday's game will now be a doubleheader starting at 10am PST.
️ Husky Schedule: https://t.co/Uh3MW5qoVU#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/2FtJmuRMFU
Doesn't get old: