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January 9, 2009 at 8:53 AM

The morning after

And it’s a lot happier reading the next day this year, isn’t it?. …
— Here’s my story, focusing on the frantic and thrilling ending.
— More on the game from the UW Daily.
— The Kitsap Sun says Jon Brockman showed he’s still the lead Dawg.
— Here’s the report from the San Jose Mercury News, with Stanford guard Anthony Goods saying that offensive rebounds “killed us.”
— The San Francisco Chronicle story told a similar theme.
— And more on the Stanford side of things from The Bootleg.
— UW’s next opponent, Cal, improved to 3-0 in Pac-10 play with a win in Pullman. Here’s the report from the Mercury News.
— Here’s a WSU angle on the Cal win from the Spokesman-Review.
— The Oregonian’s Mike Tokito has a nice roundup of the conference, including the note that Oregon is 0-3 in conference play for the first time since 1993 when it opened 0-11.
— UW is now up to a season-high 29 in the RPI, according to RealTimeRPI.com. Cal is 10.
— UW is also now up to 23 in the Pomeroy ratings.
More later from UW.

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