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February 11, 2008 at 8:27 AM

Monday morning links

Lots of coverage out there today:
— First, here’s my game story, focusing on UW crediting the win to playing harder, tougher and with more intensity; and the notebook, with a lead item on Artem Wallace’s defense on Kevin Love and also with a note on the Tim Morris-Alfred Aboya incident late in the game.
Steve Kelley wrote about the revival of Justin Dentmon.
— The LA Times says the Bruins were caught snoozing.
— Here are reflections from the LA Times Bruins blog.
— The LA Daily News says the early second-half technical to Darren Collison was a turning point.
Brian Dohn’s UCLA blog at the Daily News has plenty of notes from the game.
— The Orange County Register says the Morris-Aboya incident showed that the Huskies simply had more right than the Bruins.
— The Riverside Press-Enterprise says the Bruins had no answers afterward.
— The UCLA Daily Bruin story includes a quote from Aboya saying he didn’t walk back to Morris because the Bruins weren’t winning the game.
— And here’s the report from the UW Daily.
— In the other game of the day, ASU shocked Arizona in Tucson and Arizona Daily Star columnist Greg Hansen says it was UA’s most futile home performance since the 1982-83 season, the year before Lute Olson arrived. Arizona Republic columnist Paola Boivin says the revived play of Jeff Pendergraph was a big reason ASU won.
— For what it’s worth, UW is 107 in the RPI today with a strength of schedule of 38.

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