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November 22, 2014 at 10:28 AM

Huskies hoops links: Washington cruises past Seattle University

Washington's Jernard Jarreau gets the rebound and the putback of a shot in first half action Friday at KeyArena, shooting over the defense of Seattle University's Isiah Umipig (1) and William Powell (21).

Washington’s Jernard Jarreau gets the rebound and the putback of a shot in first half action Friday at KeyArena, shooting over the defense of Seattle University’s Isiah Umipig (1) and William Powell (21).

Washington enjoyed a satisfying 63-48 win Friday night during its cross-town showdown against Seattle University on Friday at KeyArena.

Jerry Brewer called the game ugly. He writes: “Once again, this was not the showcase of city hoops that many hope this rivalry will become. It was a tough, worthwhile competition. The teams played great defense and exploited each other’s offensive warts. The intensity was worthy of a rivalry. But in the end, 5,319 fans at KeyArena saw the Huskies beat the Redhawks for the 10th straight time. ”

Here’s a photo gallery from Seattle Times photographer Dean Rutz.

Here’s the box score and season stats for Washington.

And here’s the game stories in the Associated Press and News Tribune.

AROUND THE PAC-12:

— Had a feeling California (3-1) would fall flat in its next game following a surprising win over No. 23 Syracuse in the 2K Classic semifinal. The Golden Bears lost 71-55 to No. 10 Texas at Madison Square Garden. David Kravish scored 19 points, tying his career high, and Tyrone Wallace had 14 of his 16 points in the second half.

— No. 25 Utah had no problems with UC Riverside while cruising to an 88-42 win. Despite the convincing win, expect the Utes (2-1) to fall out of the top 25 rankings next week.

— Stanford rolled past UNLV during an 89-60 victory in the semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. Chasson Randle scored all 18 of his points on three-pointers. Anthony Brown added 18 points and Rosco Allen had 15 as the Cardinal (3-0) shot 57 percent from the field in the first half in opening a 23-point lead.

— In his third attempt, Ernie Kent notched his first win at Washington State. The Cougars (1-2) gave their first-year coach an 80-68 victory over Idaho State in their home opener. Josh Hawkinson posted career highs of 26 points and 15 rebounds and DaVonte’ Lacy scored 25 points.

— Oregon (3-0) remained perfect with a 78-68 win over Toledo. Joseph Young had 24 points. Elgin Cook (13 rebounds and 12 rebounds) and Dwayne Benjamin (11 and 12) each had a double double.

— Ditto for Oregon State. The Beavers (3-0) kept their record flawless with a 55-42 victory over Oral Roberts behind 10 points and four steals from Gary Payton II. OSU held Oral Roberts to 9-for-43 (.209) shooting from the field.

— USC beat Drexel 72-20 to improve to 2-2.

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE:

Colorado (2-0) at Wyoming (2-0), 3 p.m. PT ……….. ESPN3
Stanford (3-0) vs. No. 4 Duke (3-0), 9:30 PT ………  TruTV

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