Posted November 25, 2011 on
SEATTLE - While the rest of the world is thrown into Black Friday, the Washington Huskies launch themselves back into the thick of their non-conference schedule. After losing on the road to Saint Louis, UW (3-1) try to pick up the pieces against the Houston Baptist Huskies (2-3) at 3 pm at Alaska Airlines Arena. The game is not on television, but will be broadcast via KJR-950AM and 102.9 FM.
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SEATTLE - A 19-0 run late in the first half and a 10-0 run in the middle of the second half allowed the Washington Huskies to coast to an 88-65 victory over the Houston Baptist Huskies at Alaska Airlines Arena Friday. It was Lorenzo Romar's 199th win as Washington's head coach.
C.J. Wilcox made five 3-pointers on his way to 19 points, and Washington bounced back from a bad road debut with an 88-65 win Friday over Houston Baptist.
Terrence Ross added 13 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks for Washington (5-1).
Washington slogged through a sloppy first 10 minutes before using a 21-1 run late in the first half to start pulling away. Wilcox scored 11 in the...
Jason Green one of our Washington Huskies bloggers is back with another edition of the UW football Notebook. UW is out of the Pac 12 title picture, but they may be able to improve their bowl positioning with a win over WSU Saturday. Last week Chris Polk had his 8th game of over 100 rushing yards.
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us his weekly Washington Huskies preview. This is a special one, folks, as the Apple Cup is upon us. If the Huskies can keep Keith Price healthy and allow Chris Polk to do his thing, this game should be a cake walk for the Huskies. The Washington State Cougars will eventually Coug it anyway.
THREE STRAIGHT LOSSES have really taken the bloom off of UW’s season. Offensive inconsistency and defensive catastrophes have littered the final month of the season. It will be up to a banged up Keith Price and a beleaguered Nick Holt to plot a solution to the Husky’s skid against Washington State. The Cougs, meanwhile, have their own challenges ahead.
The first Washington-Washington State game since 1980 not at Husky Stadium or Martin Stadium will likely hinge on Keith Price, Chris Polk - and the UW defense slowing WSU's passing game.