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March 3, 2009 at 8:46 AM

Thoughts after Washington coach Tia Jackson’s radio show

Husky.jpgWashington coach Tia Jackson held her weekly radio show at Anthony’s on Pier 66 on Monday, pitching faith and a strong belief that the team is improving. She even explained how the team isn’t looking at the “big picture” during games, choosing to break it down into small bites to generate success.
Maybe it was the forum, but after a few weeks of listening to the show, I was hoping for a little more explanation for the record (6-21, 2-15 Pac-10) and inability to work the offense to score when to start the season Jackson pitched more than this. As a side note, she’s consistent with her message with print media, too.
So, let’s switch gears and look ahead to conference play across the country. ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel highlighted the SEC, ACC, and Big Ten tournaments in this piece. During the No. 1 Connecticut-Rutgers game Monday night, broadcaster Kara Lawson said No. 18 Arizona State is the team to watch to sneak the Pac-10 title. A possibility since California may be without Alexis Gray-Lawson, who fortunately is just suffering from a sprained knee. The teams will play on Thursday.
And we can’t forget about Gonzaga, who travels to Las Vegas this week as the No. 1 seed in the West Coast Conference tourney. The Zags, which won their fifth consecutive regular-season title, have a bye until Sunday.
My question to you is who are you rooting for now that it’s March Madness? Or do you skip the mayhem because the Huskies, according to Jackson, won’t be a contender until next season?

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