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March 28, 2010 at 6:42 AM

Poll: Who Replaces Quincy Pondexter?

Not including Isaiah Thomas or Matthew Bryan-Amaning, who fills the void created when Quincy Pondexter leaves?trends

SUNDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Our main story today focused on life for Washington after Quincy Pondexer.
The Huskies went through something similar last year when they had to replace Jon Brockman.
In the poll (above), I’d like your opinion on which Husky will make up Pondexter’s 19.3 points per game and 7.4 rebounds per game assuming Isaiah Thomas and Mathew Bryan-Amaning will remain fixtures in the starting lineup and continue to produce at or near their current levels.
Jerry Brewer writes: “When will the Huskies break through this barrier? It’s a question coach Lorenzo Romar didn’t run from Thursday night, even amid his postgame disappointment. His answer was appropriately measured. Wait, he said. This is still a growing program. The Huskies will get there.”
The Everett Herald reports Washington needs a tougher schedule next season.
Don Ruiz at the Tacoma News Tribune says the Huskies are the team to beat in the Pac-10 next season.
— Washington State forward DeAngelo Casto was arrested for misdemeanor assault after a fight at an off-campus home early Friday morning.
— Oregon completed the first week of its coaching search and the Ducks have reportedly interviewed Minnesota coach Tubby Smith. Oregon is rumored to be very interested in Gonzaga’s Mark Few, Pittsburgh’s Jamie Dixon and Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon.

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