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November 16, 2006 at 9:35 AM

On to the Hornets, and Jamaal’s brother

Here’s a first look at the next team on Washington’s schedule, Sacramento State, from the school’s Web site.
As that release details, the Hornets will play Friday at Denver, then travel to Seattle for a game against the Huskies Sunday.
Sacramento State is 1-2 and has lost its last two games by an average of 30.5 points including a 92-56 loss at New Mexico Sunday, so this doesn’t figure to be the most competitive game in the world.
The most interesting thing about the Hornets may be senior forward Justin Williams, who is the younger brother of former Husky Jamaal Williams. You should be able to find his page from the school’s media guide here.
Here also are his career and year-to-date stats.

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