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Morning links: UW hoops wins, John Ross speaks

Post by Christian Caple on Nov. 7, 2013 at 6:00 am with 1 Comment »
November 7, 2013 12:07 am

It’s that time of year when football and basketball begin to overlap. That was the case last night, and as such, we have links from two different sports today.

— Washington’s men’s basketball team won 95-65 over Central Washington last night in an exhibition at Hec Edmundson Pavilion.

— Our football story in today’s paper is about freshman receiver John Ross, who spoke with reporters for the first time yesterday.

— The Seattle Times: Washington’s young receivers are about to get more opportunities.

— The UW Daily: The Huskies are going to need their freshmen receivers.

— Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau wants to keep distributing the football.

— UCLA will watch the Oregon-Stanford game with interest.

— Oregon State used its bye week to regain its confidence.

— Ka’Deem Carey is taking a lot of hits for Arizona, but running a long way after them.

— USC’s Morgan Breslin is out for the season.

— Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan understands his role.

— Dennis Erickson is playing it cool as Utah prepares to face Arizona State.

— Oregon wants to play up to the big stage of its game against Stanford.

In basketball …

— Jahii Carson wants to lead Arizona State back to the NCAA tournament.

— The new hand-checking rules could mean more points for Arizona.

Christian Caple can be reached at christian.caple@thenewstribune.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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  1. Onewoodwhacker says:

    Not dawging Sark here but it sure is amazing to me that 5 years into this regime and we are STILL “needing our FRESHMEN” to be huge contributors. When does the last 4 recruiting class start to show their depth and talent?

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