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Morning links: Huskies looking to prolong Oregon’s losing streak

Post by Christian Caple on Jan. 23, 2014 at 6:00 am with No Comments »
January 23, 2014 12:09 am

Hey, another 8 p.m. tipoff for Washington tonight against Oregon. Not sick of those. Nope. Not at all. Anyway, here are some links. No complaining in those.

— Here’s our advance of tomorrow’s game, focusing on the importance of Shawn Kemp Jr. returning to full(er) strength.

— Here’s the advance from The Seattle Times.

A 4-star quarterback and a 3-star running back said yesterday they plan to play football at UW.

— If you’ve got an ESPN Insider account, you can read this blog post about that quarterback who said he’d play football at UW.

— There were two Pac-12 basketball games last night. One had a surprising result, as California went into the Galen Center and lost, 77-69, to USC. It was the Golden Bears’ first conference loss, and the Trojans’ first conference victory.

Oregon State got past Washington State in Pullman, 66-55.

In other Pac-12 action tonight …

Colorado visits No. 1 Arizona (6 p.m., ESPN2), a game that looked a heck of a lot more interesting before Spencer Dinwiddie tore his ACL earlier this month. It’s still a big opportunity for the Buffaloes.

— Utah ventures into Wells Fargo Arena for a game at Arizona State (6 p.m., Pac-12 Networks). The Utes need some more road wins to boost their postseason credibility. Both teams are relying on their point guards for scoring.

— Stanford tries to keep its winning streak going when it visits UCLA in today’s other 8 p.m. game (Pac-12 Networks). The Bruins are looking for their shooting touch.

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

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