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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

January 14, 2007 at 2:07 PM

The day after

Always intersting to see what the other side has to say after games like Saturday’s, so I thought I’d provide some of the coverage here.
There’s this story from the San Francisco Chronicle centering on Ayinde Ubaka trying to get in Justiin Dentmon’s head before those final two free throws. The writer gives all the credit for Dentmon’s miss to Ubaka’s taunting but I don’t know. Given Dentmon’s sporadic play this year, and that of the Huskies down the stretch, that he made just one of two seemed right in line.
That story also mentions that Jeff Tedford and his staff received standing ovations when they were introducted. In fact, Tedford was introduced as “the hardest working coach” in college football, or something to that effect. And he apparently had some hard work to go do as he was long gone by the time the second half rolled around.
Here’s a San Jose Mercury News story making the point that Ryan Anderson outplayed Spencer Hawes and should be considered a legit candidate for Pac-10 freshman of the year. Hard to argue with any of that.
Here’s a column from Monte Poole of the Oakland Tribune on how the Bears simply outworked the Huskies Saturday, something the Huskies readily conceeded.
And just in case you missed it, here’s our coverage from today. I linked the game story and you can find the notebook easily from there. The notebook has more details on Hawes’ recent flu bug.

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