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August 10, 2007 at 3:08 PM

Katz praises UW’s schedule

I know a lot of you think ESPN’s Andy Katz never has anything good to say about the Huskies, but he’s trying.
Here’s his story this week on some of the top non-conference schedules for next season, and he rightly gives the Huskies credit for putting together a slate that will be more than worthy of getting an NCAA tourney bid should UW be able to win a few.
I don’t think anybody can really criticize UW’s schedule this year, though it would be nice to get Gonzaga back on there at some point. By the way, UW doesn’t deserve any criticism for the two home opponents in the NIT as those were selected by the tournament committee and not the Huskies.
IN OTHER NEWS, word I’ve heard is that Scott Suggs is due to announce his decision early next week, maybe by Monday.
The 6-5 guard from Washington, Mo., is said to have narrowed his choices to UW, Missouri and Illinois.
Yes, if he commits it will give UW 15 players for the 2008-09 season if the roster stays as currently constructed. For now, we’ll put off that discussion and see what Suggs does, first.

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