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December 20, 2007 at 4:05 PM

A few updates

Practiced has ended for the day for the Huskies as they prepare for Cal State-Northridge Saturday.
UW coach Lorenzo Romar said the lineup will be the same as it has been for the last two games — Artem Wallace, Jon Brockman, Joel Smith, Tim Morris and Ryan Appleby.
Each of those five have shown the greatest commitment to defense, in Romar’s eyes.
But he said that fivesome also brings some other qualities.
“What we are beginning to notice is that group does not turn the ball over as much and that group tries to share the ball,” Romar said.
— The game at LSU Dec. 29 will not be televised locally, school officials said today. It will be on FSN South, so those with certain cable packages may be able to get it. A school official said ESPN owns the rights to the game but decided not to air it and decided only to let FSN South televise it and not FSN Northwest.
— The team is healthy with everyone ready to go for the game Saturday.

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