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Friday Dots: Huskies use mid-game surge to take down Ducks

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UW now 10-9 in conference play

NCAA Basketball: Oregon at Washington Stephen Brashear-USA TODAY Sports

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Football

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McDuffie and Gordon will show their stuff on Sunday at the NFL Combine:

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Men’s Hoops

At the start of the 2nd half, the Huskies (15-14, 10-9) blitzed the Ducks (18-12, 11-8) going on a 13-2 run to force Oregon to call an early timeout. UW didn’t stop there, stretching the lead to as many as 23.

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With Oregon in foul trouble and desperate to get the ball via their full-court pressure, UW shot 19 free throws in the second half, making 14 of them.

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Huskies shoot 54% in the second half.

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Why does the PNW own the Ducks?

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Thursday night’s halftime show:

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Men’s Tennis

The Huskies are traveling to Eugene with one of their most complete teams. The No. 1 singles player in the nation, junior Clement Chidekh, has been nearly flawless this season, and Chidekh and freshman Nedim Suko are also ranked No. 36 in the ITA doubles rankings.

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Softball

During its first nine games, Washington struck out 39 times. In the six games since, UW has struck out on 50 occasions.

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Baseball

First homestand of the season, with a doubleheader on Saturday:

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Retro Dot

The Chris Welp (RIP) and Detlef Schrempf days were good ones:

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