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March 16, 2009 at 5:40 PM

Monday night links

Heck, I watched 10 games in three days and no one’s asking me about a short turnaround. …
— MSU players said today they are a bit tired but they also are just glad to be in the tournament and they don’t think fatigue will be an issue. That and more in this story here.
— MSU coach Rick Stansbury told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger that he agrees UW didn’t catch any breaks from the NCAA Tournament committee. The paper quotes him as saying: “You know the team that got the worst draw in this tournament? It’s Washington. … And I don’t mean that in a negative way.”
MSNBC’s preview notes that Mississippi State is shooting 22.9 three-pointers a game.
Ken Pomeroy projects an 80-72 UW win.
Andy Katz’s breakdown of the West calls Jon Brockman the “toughest competitor” and MSU’s Jarvis Varnado a “freak of nature.
— SI.com’s Seth Davis calls UW the most underrated team in the West region.
All for now.

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