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March 22, 2009 at 9:53 AM

The morning after

The last one of the season. …
— If you missed any of our coverage, you can find it here.
— Here are all the quotes from coaches and players of both teams from the podium sessions after the game.
— The Indianapolis Star’s Bob Kravitz said that Purdue overcame a lot to get the win, including a home court advantage for UW and some spotty officiating.
Todd Dybas of Seattle Sports Online has a nice analysis of why UW’s offense got going better in the second half. Dybas also has this on Jon Brockman.
— The Oregonian wonders what UW”s early exit says about the season the Huskies had.
— The Gary Post-Tribune looks at how Purdue was able to stay even on the boards.
— Some Purdue news and notes.
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News says UW’s loss reflects poorly on the Pac-10.
— A good recap from USA Today.
— The Washington Post was there, as well.
— Here’s the recap from freelancer Howie Stalwick.
All for now.

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