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December 27, 2007 at 12:45 PM

Off to LSU

The Huskies practiced this morning then packed up and began the trek to LSU, where they will play Saturday.
UW coach Lorenzo Romar said after practice that he expects the starting lineup to be the same, including guard Ryan Appleby, who sat out much of the Cal State-Northridge game with back spasms.
Romar said Appleby practiced last night and again this morning and should be good to go.
Romar said guard Tim Morris suffered a broken nose in practice this morning but that “it shouldn’t keep him out of playing.” UPDATE — Am told it was a Joe Wolfinger elbow that got Morris, who was taken briefly to the hospital where the nose was set back in place.
So the starting lineup figures to again include Appleby, Morris, Joel Smith, Jon Brockman and Artem Wallace for the fourth straight game. UW has won the last three games with that starting lineup though admittedly all in games it was favored heavily to win. Saturday will obviously present a stiffer test.

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