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November 4, 2010 at 2:27 PM

New commercial from Washington

Washington has sold and allocated about 7,000 season tickets for the upcoming season. The student section tickets are soldout. For more information, contact the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200 (M – F 8:30 – 4:30) or GoHuskies.com.
The Huskies debuted a new commercial two weeks ago and just recently published it online.

THURSDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— Rightly so, UCLA is a little nervous about tonight’s exhibition against Westmont, a tiny Christian and liberal arts NAIA school. The Bruins still remember last year’s exhibition against NAIA Concordia in which they needed a last-second three-pointer to pull out a 62-61 victory.
— The Bruins also got a some bad news today from Maryland point guard Quinn Cook who announced today on ESPNU that he’s going to sign with Duke.
— ESPN.com’s Dana O’Neil takes a look at Arizona and writes the end of its 25-year NCAA tournament run may have been a good thing for the Wilcats.
Collegehoopsnet.com continues with its previews of the top 144 teams and takes a look at Arizona State.
— It’s pretty generic stuff, however, The Sports Network takes a look at every team in its Pac-10 preview.
— Arizona coach Sean Miller will participate in a season-long free throw contest against basketball coaches to raise awareness about heart disease and honor Skip Prosser who died July 26, 2007 at the age of 56 from a heart attack.
— And finally, FoxSports.com’s Jeff Goodman unearthed video (below) of Arizona State coach Herb Sendek attempting to do the Dougie. Here’s a link to a video of Washington Wizards rookie John Wall doing the Dougie. I’m not sure what Sendek was doing, but gotta give the guy props for going on stage and giving it a go.

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