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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

January 17, 2010 at 11:10 AM

Jerome Randle says he’s hurt; Mike Montgomery says he’s not

Seems like there’s a difference of opinion on what ails California guard Jerome Randle.
He said he’s hurting after Washington State’s Reggie Moore inadvertently stepped on his right knee Thursday. Randle scored a career-high 39 points in that game.
I asked Bears coach Mike Montgomery how much the injury had to do with Randle’s season-low five points in Washington’s 84-69 victory and he said: “What was wrong with his knee?”
Montgomery attributed Randle’s low-scoring outing to Isaiah Thomas and UW’s defense.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
World Vision collected more than $13,000 for Haitian Disaster Relief at Saturday’s UW-Cal game.
— Arizona State looks like the best team in the Pac-10 after winning 66-57 at Oregon State to extend its four-game winning streak and take sole possession of first place in the conference.
Calvin Haynes told the Oregonian the Beavers need more from point-center Roeland Schaftenaar. Said Haynes: “We need Roe to play big and do what he does in the middle. Once he does that it opens up everything for us. It makes life easier for the guards.”
— Arizona has talent, but the Wildcats also have lot of youth. Often this season, they’ve played like young team and they’ve been unable to win consecutive Pac-10 games. Arizona followed Thursday’s buzzer-beating loss at Oregon State with a 74-60 blowout victory at Oregon.
— The Oregonian’s Mike Tokito questions Oregon coach Ernie Kent’s personnel moves. “It’s puzzling that Kent would replace his entire starting backcourt. Benching Armstead might’ve been understandable, but Porter almost single-handedly kept Oregon in the Civil War and remains the only player Oregon has who can be called a great scorer.”
— The Spokesman-Review revisits Washington State’s 77-73 victory over Stanford in which the Cougars build a 21-point lead and hung on for the win.
— The Cardinal are lousy on the road, winning just one Pac-10 road game in two seasons.
— In the battle for LA, USC beat UCLA 67-46 win for the Trojans largest victory margin over the Bruins since 1945.

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