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October 24, 2010 at 7:52 AM

Highlight video to get you hyped for the season

SUNDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Bad news for Eastern Washington. The Eagles won’t have Glen Dean, a 5-foot-10 sophomore, who averaged a team-high 12.1 points and led the Big Sky Conference with 4.4 assists per games last season, when they play Washington Nov. 16. He suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and hopes to return in December. Cliff Colimon, a first-year junior transfer from the College of Eastern Utah, replaces Dean. EWU also lost freshman forward Geoffrey Allen, who broke his wrist in practice and will miss the entire season.
— UCLA is in better shape this season, including sophomore Reeves Nelson who lowered his body fat from 9% to 5%, freshman Josh Smith who lost 50 pounds and Brendan Lane who added 20 pounds of muscle.
— Garfield High senior Tony Wroten, who verbally committed to UW, led the Washington team to a 109-105 victory over the Oregon team in the Clash of the Classes game last night in Beaverton, Ore. Wroten finished with 42 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, three steals and two blocks to win MVP honors. At times, Wroten was matched up against Andrew Andrews, a guard on the Oregon team who also committed to the Huskies.
— Mesa High point guard Jahii Carson, who verbally committed to Arizona State, raised eyebrows this week when he said he’d sign in the spring because the No. 1 jersey he wanted was assigned to another player and he wanted to see what players ASU were bringing in. According to the Arizona Republic, Carson has had a change of heart and will sign recruiting papers next month.
— After trouncing the UW football team last night, Arizona keeps the party rolling with today’s Red-Blue Game.

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