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March 8, 2007 at 9:36 PM

Early fouls help UW

The Huskies caught a break when Aron Baynes went to the bench at the 15:05 mark with his second foul.
UW has used his absence to assert dominance on the boards, which is helping the Huskies overcome some tough shooting. UW has a 9-5 rebounding advantage but is 4-12 from the floor.
The early matchups inside had Baynes on Brockman and Cowgill on Hawes.
Don’t know how it sounds on TV, but there is not much noise in here — the quietest for any of the games today, with a lot of people leaving after the USC game.
Not the intense atmosphere of either of the first two meetings.

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