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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 30, 2007 at 1:28 PM

The day after

Not much turnaround time for the Huskies, who are flying back to Seattle as I write this, will practice this afternoon upon arrival and then play Idaho State tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Edmundson Pavilion.
For now, here’s some reading material.
First, here’s my game story on the win Saturday at LSU. And here’s the notebook focusing on Quincy Pondexter and his solid game. As you can read, Pondexter was pretty adamant that this was a beginning of something good for him, not just a one-game blip.
As we pointed out last week, the LSU game loomed critical for UW’s post-season hopes — realistically, it seemed a must-win. Now that UW got it, its computer picture is a lot brighter. The Huskies are up to 90 in the RPI which is high enough if they take care of business in Pac-10, and have a strength of schedule of 65 nationally that is second in the Pac-10 behind only Arizona, which has the No. 1 SOS in the country.
Here’s a view of the LSU game from the other side, including this game story (though one minor error — Artem Wallace did start the second half, he just didn’t play much, but he did have a layup in the early second-half run). There’s also this story on how LSU’s two big guys were great early but muted late.
As for Idaho State, the Bengals don’t have anymore turnaround time than does UW. Idaho State beat Division-II Northwest Nazarene 71-66 Saturday night (details here) to improve to 3-9 on the season (the only win over a D-I school came in overtime against Idaho). Here’s some more on Idaho State’s win last night. Here’s ISU’s season-to-date which already includes three decisive losses to Pac-10 teams.

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