Spent a few minutes with Donaven Dorsey who is probably Washington’s best three-point shooter.
Funny thing, the freshman reserve forward was never really a perimeter-oriented guy at Timberline High in Lacy. He did a little bit of everything in high school, but with the Huskies he’s been able to carve out a niche as an outside threat.
WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Bud Withers writes Pac-12 road teams have extreme difficulties winning on Sundays, which is bad news for the Huskies. Washington plays No. 12 Utah on Sunday at Hunstmen Center.
— Nice Q&A between coach Lorenzo Romar and Jon Gold at the Arizona Daily Star.
— It’s still unclear if Josh Scott will play for Colorado when the Buffaloes host the Huskies on Thursday.
— Plenty of good tidbits in this Pac-12 roundup.
— Washington ranks sixth in this Pac-12 power ranking.
— Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak and a handful of Utah players reunite with Washington State’s DaVonte Lacy tonight. They participated with a Pac-12 all-star team that played exhibition games in China during the summer.
— It’s going to be difficult for the Cougars to win in Salt Lake City.
— Utah is scoring plenty of points in recruiting as well.
— Oregon’s Joseph Young is poised to join an exclusive Ducks fraternity.
TODAY’S PAC-12 SCHEDULE:
|Washington State (9-8, 3-2) at No. 12 Utah (14-3, 4-1)||6 p.m.||Pac-12 Networks|