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November 22, 2012 at 12:14 PM

Poll – How many UW wins during homestand?

Happy Thanksgiving Day.
Starting Saturday the Huskies hope to feast on a buffet of non-conference opponents.
Washington won’t leave the city over the next four weeks while playing seven of eight games at Edmundson Pavilion. The only ‘road’ trip is a Dec. 13 game at KeyArena against Seattle University.
The next four games is the Huskies’ longest homestand this season. After the SU game, they’ll play three more at Hec Ed before flying east for a Dec. 29 encounter at Connecticut.
Here’s a look at the upcoming opponents.
Nov. 24 – Colorado State (3-0), RPI: 13
Nov. 28 – Saint Louis (2-2), 99
Dec. 2 – Cal State Fullerton (2-2), 168
Dec. 8 – Nevada (3-1), 191
Dec. 13 – at Seattle University (2-1), 116
Dec. 15 – Jackson State (0-2), 229
Dec. 20 – Cal Poly (1-2), 291
Dec. 22 – Northern Illinois (1-2), 322
So how many games will Washington win during its extended homestand?

How will Washington fare over the next month?

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