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Gamethread: Oregon State 74, Washington 66

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:20 pm with No Comments »
January 23, 2013 10:35 pm

Welcome to Gill Coliseum. Trivia time: Is this place packed with a standing-room only crowd outside? Or is it 80 percent empty? Like AT&T used to say, “You make the call.”

We’ll start the gamethread on the jump as Washington tries to fend off another team with an 0-5 conference record:

> This game about over. Washington falls to 4-2 in conference, with both losses against teams previously winless in P12.

> Wilcox hits and is fouled by Moreland. He’ll be going to the line with Washington down 66-59 with 3:57 to go.

> Under-8 timeout and Washington can’t get over the hump. Down 61-55 after Roberto Nelson hits a wide open 3-pointer.

> Wilcox bangs a 3 on the break and Washington is down just 53-52. Timeout Craig Robinson.

> Under-16 timeout. Oregon State’s inability and Washington’s assertiveness resuscitating Washington. Huskies down just 45-40.

> That’s a HUGE 3 from Gaddy to end the half and, miraculously, Washington is only down 10, 39-29 after being down by as many as 20.

> Under-4 timeout. Oregon State leads 34-17 and just ran a four on none break that produced a dunk for Devon Collier.

> Washington doesn’t matchup defensively and wide open Schaftenaar hits another 3. It’s 32-13.

> Under-8 timeout. Refs make a terrible call to get into the flow and Washington continues to play terrible. It’s 27-12 OSU.

> Washington still running in the mud. The Huskies trail 17-9 with 11:32 at the under-12 timeout. Aziz N’Diaye was just called for three seconds in the lane. True story.

> Under-16 timeout and OSU leads 11-3. Wilcox just scored Washington’s first field goal with 15:37 left in the half.

> Ahmad Starks hits a wide open 3 as Washington plays terrible ball-screen D and Romar calls a timeout to let them have it. Beavers up 7-1.

> Regular starters for Huskies: Gaddy, Suggs, Wilcox, Simmons and N’Diaye. OSU: Starks, Burton, Reid, Collier, Nelson.

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