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January 7, 2011 at 10:02 AM

Video highlights: Oregon

Great job by the UW video crew on the highlights. The guys captured all the major plays, including Matthew Bryan-Amaning’s tomahawk jam, Terrence Ross’ alley-oop slam and Isaiah Thomas’ first dunk in a college game.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
— Oregon State, Washington’s opponent Saturday, took its perfect 2-0 conference record into Pullman and left with its first Pac-10 defeat. The Beavers fell behind by 19 points in the first half and got as close as four points before falling 84-70.
— Washington State put away OSU partly because coach Ken Bone made a subtle switch in tactics, moved Klay Thompson to the high post and let him create for himself and others.
— There’s just no stopping Arizona sophomore Derrick Williams. California sent the big man to the free throw line 22 times – a UA record – and he made 16 en route to a career-best 31-point performance that lifted the Wildcats to a 73-71 win.
— Give the young Golden Bears credit for going into Tucson, AZ and hanging with the Wildcats. They even had a chance to pull out the upset, however, Jorge Gutierrez’s three-pointer at the buzzer bounced off the glass.
— Big day for Stanford on Thursday. Quarterback Andrew Luck announced he was returning for his senior season and the Cardinal men go into Tempe, AZ and blowout Arizona State 55-41. Stanford forward Josh Owens finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds. ASU welcomed back Ty Lockett and lost injured starting point guard Jamelle McMillan (groin).
— In case you missed it, here’s a link to a video of Garfield High senior Tony Wroten Jr. who had a nice dunk on Wednesday. Check out who is in the stands.

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