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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

March 18, 2011 at 5:35 AM

Video: Washington’s voyage from Seattle to Charlotte

Thanks to the UW video department for putting together this montage of clips (above) of Washington’s trip to the NCAA tournament.
The journey starts with Tuesday’s fond and rainy farewell in Seattle and continues to yesterday’s practice at the Time Warner Cable Arena.
FRIDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Here’s our advance of today’s big game with a matchup box and a sidebar.
Jerry Brewer writes about Georgia coach Mark Fox who was a Washington assistant in the early 1990s when the program was in shambles.
— The Everett Herald writes UW’s depth should be the difference today.
— Hardly any surprise, but Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Mark Bradley is picking Georgia to upset.
— It’s a 3 1/2-hour bus ride from Athens, Ga, but the Bulldogs have traveled a long ways to return to the NCAA tournament after a three-year absence.
— Here’s a Georgian perspective on the Huskies.
Todd Dybas at SportsPress Northwest diagrams Georgia’s favorite plays.
— Arizona is the other Pac-10 school that takes the court today. The Wildcats appear to be pretty confident.
— UCLA hung on for a 78-76 victory against Michigan State on Thursday. The Pac-10 is 1-1 in the tournament. USC lost in the first round.
— Technically it was Day 3 of the NCAA tournament, but it was the first full day and what a day it was. Madness. That about sums it up. Great start to what promises to be a great tournament. SI.com wraps has a video synopsis of the buzzer-beaters.
— Rough first day for my NCAA tournament picks. I went 10-6 and I’m somewhere near the bottom of the Husky Men’s Basketball Blog group in the Hoops Hysteria challenge. It’s not too late to join.
— In case you missed it, Kentridge High’s Gary Bell was named the 2010-11 Gatorade Washington Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The award was given by the Gatorade Company and ESPN RISE. Bell, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound senior guard averaged 28 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals per game this past season, will attend Gonzaga next season.

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