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November 24, 2007 at 10:50 AM

Syracuse aftermath

As part of our coverage today, Steve Kelley wrote this column about Quincy Pondexter finally breaking out.
Here’s the view from Syracuse.
The hope was that the NIT would help boost UW’s RPI. And while it’s still really early, the Huskies aren’t in great shape there at the moment, standing at 171 after yesterday’s game with a 162 strength of schedule.
But then you really wonder about the RPI this time of year when you see that Sam Houston State is No. 1 (it beat Texas Tech which just beat Gonzaga). Still, interesting to look at.
Up next for UW is Long Beach State on Monday night. The 49ers fell to 1-3 with an overtime loss to Pepperdine Wednesday. Long Beach is coached by former Gonzaga coach Dan Monson a job he got last spring. Among the other candidates at the time was UW assistant Cameron Dollar.

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