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March 6, 2007 at 2:15 PM

A couple answers

There were a couple questions thrown my way I’ll try to answer here:
— Can Ryan Appleby break the career three-point record at UW? Sure. Appleby has 149 in his career, including 79 this season, which is just two off the single-season mark set by Tre Simmons in 2005. The all-time leader is Deon Luton with 212, so a normal Appleby season would break it.
— Who was Lorenzo Romar looking at the other night when he was at the Class 4A State Title game? Probably DeAngelo Casto. Coaches can’t talk about that on the record, but I’m sure he was giving him a look, as well as some others just to make sure.
— What’s UW’s bracket for the Pac-10 Tournament? UW’s first game is Wednesday night against Arizona State. Win that, and then it’s WSU in the quarterfinals Thursday night at 8:50 p.m. The winner of that game will get either USC or Stanford in the semifinals.

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