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Archives: Jan. 2014

Jan.
31st

Morning links: Huskies heading to Pullman

We’re also heading to Pullman, not too long after these links absorb into your consciousness. Let’s get to it.

— Our story in today’s newspaper examines Nigel Williams-Goss and his floater, which has been an effective way for the freshman guard to score this season.

— Here are some additional quotes from Lorenzo Romar. Read more »

Jan.
30th

Quoting Lorenzo Romar on WSU, Nigel Williams-Goss and the Pac-12

Here’s much of what Washington coach Lorenzo Romar had to say during his media availability today …

(On playing WSU) “As they say, throw all the records out when we play against WashingtonState. We played WashingtonState three times last year and none of those games were easy. When we play them, it’s usually tough, and that’s what we expect. I’m sure DaVonte Lacy will be back and that will give them a shot in the arm. They’ll be fired up. I’m sure it’ll be a very competitive game.” Read more »

Jan.
28th

Yet another Boise State recruit flips to Washington

So it appears as if Washington has struck back in its ongoing recruiting battle with Boise State, as 3-star defensive end Jaylen Johnson has apparently changed his mind and has instead “committed” to Washington, according to Greg Biggins of Scout.com.

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Jan.
28th

Chase Blakley, once considered committed to UW, says he’s headed to Boise State

Boise State has finally given Washington a taste of its own recruiting medicine.

Chase Blakley, a 3-star tight end prospect from Coeur d’Alene, tweeted on Tuesday that instead of playing for Washington, he plans instead to sign with Boise State.

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Jan.
28th

Ken Bone says there’s ‘a chance’ Tacoma native DaVonte Lacy could play against UW on Saturday

DaVonte Lacy has missed Washington State’s last six games — five of them losses — with a rib injury. And that came less than halfway into his first game back from an appendix issue that forced him to miss two games.

But WSU coach Ken Bone said Tuesday there’s at least a chance that Lacy, the Cougars’ leading scorer and a Tacoma native, will play Saturday against Washington.

Lacy is averaging 17.7 points per game, and the Cougars have sorely missed him as they’ve struggled mightily to score. The most recent evidence: a 25 percent shooting percentage during Sunday’s ugly loss to Oregon. Read more »