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Husky Men's Basketball

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

March 26, 2007 at 9:02 AM

Monday mismash

A few quick items for a Monday morning:
— As we wrote here over the weekend, UW assistant Cameron Dollar’s statement last week that he hadn’t been contacted by Long Beach State shouldn’t be taken as meaning he isn’t in the running for the head coaching vacancy there. Here’s a story today by Frank Burlison of the Long Beach Press-Telegram that Dollar is on the short list to replace the fired Larry Reynolds and that a decision could come sometime this week.
— The Pac-10 is now 10-5 in NCAA Tournament play, the most wins of any conference and the second-best winning percentage (.667) of those with multiple teams, trailing only the SEC, which is 9-4 (.692). But the Pac-10 can take over that title if UCLA beats Florida Saturday. It’s the most wins for the Pac-10 since a 13-5 record in 2001, a year Arizona reached the final game.
— Since it’s been a topic of discussion on the board here, I’ll pass along this from the Portland Tribune stating that new Oregon AD Pat Kilkenny wants to talk with Ducks coach Ernie Kent about a contract extension. There is also this story reporting the same thing from the Eugene Register-Guard. If Kent stays, and with WSU coach Tony Bennett apparently also nearing agreement on a new contract, there could be no coaching turnover in the Pac-10 this season. It would be the first time since after the 2001 season that no schools changed coaches.
— In case you missed it, UW recruit Justin Holiday led Campbell Hall of North Hollywood, Calif., to the state Division IV title Saturday. Here’s a report from the Los Angeles Daily News.

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