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February 5, 2010 at 8:33 AM

Video: Highlights of UW’s win over Arizona

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AROUND THE PAC-10:
— Let’s start with our game story and a very nice feature from ESPN on Quincy Pondexter and his father Roscoe.
— Here’s an Arizona perspective of last night’s 81-75 UW victory that snapped the Wildcats’ four-game win streak.
— And avid WSU supporter Jim Moore says UW will win the Pac-10.
— Next up for Washington is a rematch against Arizona State, which went into Pullman and snapped its six-game losing streak there. The Sun Devils won 81-70. Derek Glasser played despite suffering and ankle sprain Monday and Jamelle McMillan, who missed the past four games, returned.
— For more insight into the Cougars’ defeat, the Spokesman-Review reports: “The shooting stats from beyond the arc tell the tale. Klay Thompson, 2-10. Nik Koprivica, 1-6. Reggie Moore 0-1 (only one?). And Derek Glasser, 3-3.”
— UCLA’s 77-73 victory over Stanford gave the Bruins a share of the conference lead.
— USC used a 25-0 run between the halves that turned a 30-17 deficit before the break into a 42-30 lead midway in the second half. Still, the Trojans needed to survive a late run from Cal, including 29 points from Jerome Randle, to hang on to a 66-63 victory.
— In case you missed it, USC coach Kevin O’Neill re-instated fired student manager Stan Holt, who was dismissed after referees gave him a technical foul in the final minutes of USC’s loss at Oregon last week.
— The Golden Bears should have run away with this game and the conference by now, but the San Francisco Chronicle reports: “Senior experience and leadership apparently are not all they’re cracked up to be.”
— Oregon was off Thursday, but looking at Garrett Sim you wouldn’t know it. The sophomore guard scuffled with walk-on sophomore guard John Elorriaga during a drill. According to the Oregonian: “Punches appeared to be thrown by both players and the altercation resulted in Sim having a bloody lip and blood streaming from above his left eye.” Sim needed six stitches to close the cut.
— Forward LeKendric Longmire wasn’t at practice because of academic issues and it’s unknown if he’ll play Saturday against Oregon Sate.

Comments | Topics: Reggie Moore, UCLA

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