ST. LOUIS The favored Washington Huskies didnt just get beat by the Saint Louis Billikens last November. They got embarrassed.
So when the two teams meet again Wednesday night in Seattle to complete the home-and-home series, the Billikens expect to see a fired up bunch on the other side.
Certainly they remember that game last year, interim SLU coach Jim Crews said.
The Billikens ambushed the Huskies from the start during a Nov. 20 meeting at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis last year. They led by as many as 29 points in the second half and finished with a 77-64 win.
The win fueled gaining momentum for Saint Louis, which went on to win the 76 Classic in Anaheim and start the season with a 12-1 record. In their only true road non-conference game this year, the Billikens are hoping to get equal momentum.
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