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February 22, 2014 at 6:02 AM

Morning links: UW hopes to snap seven-game road losing streak

Washington needs a win today to avoid matching the 2002-03 team for the fewest road wins under coach Lorenzo Romar. A victory at Oregon State would also snap the Huskies’ seven-game road losing streak, which ties for the most consecutive defeats for Romar.

SATURDAY MORNING LINKS:

— Here’s the advance in the Everett Herald, which takes a look at C.J. Wilcox’s scoring/shooting slump.

— The last time Washington saw Hallice Cooke, he was on the receiving end of Nigel Williams-Goss’ 32-poitn barrage. Even still, the Oregon State freshman has made great strides this season.

— The absence of Spencer Dinwiddie and Brandon Ashley diminishes game between No. 4 Arizona and Colorado, which is today’s ESPN GameDay showcase.

— UCLA senior forward Travis Wear is playing better recently.

— Stanford is tied for fourth in the Pac-12 and a win today over UCLA would improve its chances to win a regular-season title.

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