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July 12, 2008 at 8:01 PM

Schedule completed

Washington’s basketball schedule for the 2008-09 season is now complete, and as noted here the other day, the final addition isn’t a sexy one. Unable to finalize deals with some bigger-name teams, such as Georgia Tech — which apparently backed out — UW filled its final opening with Texas Southern, a home game on Dec. 7.
So that means the non-conference schedule looks like this:
Nov. 15 — at Portland
Nov 17 — CBE Classic at home
Nov. 19 — CBE Classic at home
Nov. 24 — vs. Kansas in CBE Classic in Kansas City
Nov. 26 — vs. Syracuse or Florida in CBE Classic
Nov. 29 — Pacific
Dec. 4 — Oklahoma State in Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Classic
Dec. 7 — Texas Southern
Dec. 14 — Portland State
Dec. 20 — Eastern Washington
Dec. 23 — Lehigh
Dec. 28 — Montana
Dec. 30 — Morgan State
The Pac-10 schedule looks like this:
Jan. 3 — at Washington State
Jan. 8 — Stanford
Jan. 10 — Cal
Jan. 15 — at Oregon
Jan. 17 — at Oregon State
Jan. 22 — USC
Jan. 24 — UCLA
Jan. 29 — at Arizona
Jan. 31 — at Arizona State
Feb. 5 — at Cal
Feb. 7 — at Stanford
Feb. 12 — Oregon State
Feb. 14 — Oregon
Feb. 19 — at UCLA
Feb. 21 — at USC
Feb. 26 — Arizona State
Feb. 28 — Arizona
March 8 — Washington State
March 11-14 — Pac-10 Tournament at Staples Center in Los Angeles
As noted the other day, UW is guaranteed to play Kansas in the CBE regardless of what happens in the first two games in that tournament as the tournament format has been changed automatically sending the four host schools to the semi-finals.
Including the Pac-10 tournament, the Huskies are guaranteed 31 games.
Now that the schedule is completed, season-ticket holders should begin getting renewal notices soon, one reason the school couldn’t wait much longer to fill that last opening.

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