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February 20, 2007 at 1:34 PM

On TV, and more

To answer a question on TV for the USC game — there is none of any kind and the only way to see the game in any form is to be in the arena next Thursday.
FSN picked the WSU-UCLA game for its broadcast that night and can hardly be blamed for that.
For all the consternation there often is over the Pac-10 TV deal, the reality is that the USC game will be one of just two this season for the Huskies not available on some sort of telecast somewhere. The only other game that had no TV of any kind came at Arizona State, which was also played on a Thursday night — that’s the night when there are typically just two TV windows and four games being played.
UW’s other three remaining games will have TV on either FSN or CBS, all the games in the Pac-10 tournament are televised, and any NCAA game is obviously on (most NIT games typically get telecast as well) meaning this will be UW’s most visible season in terms of TV in scchool history.
— Not a lot of big news from Lorenzo Romar’s press conference today. He talked a lot about the shift in offensive emphasis the last few weeks, crediting it to the return to health of Spencer Hawes and the realization of the team that utilizing the big men is the best way to go.
He talked a little of UW’s NCAA Tournament hopes, saying mostly that the Huskies just have to win and worry about it later.
He elaborated a little on the trip to Greece, saying that country was picked in part because it would serve as both a good playing and educational experience. He said a lot of details are still being worked out so he didn’t want to get real specific about a lot of things.
Expect the lineup to stay the same.

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