Posted December 06, 2011 on
Scott Suggs is returning, and for the Washington Huskies, that’s a good thing. The Nevada game pretty much demonstrated everything you love and hate about this year’s squad. Chalk it up to inexperience, new roles or any other rationale you can think of to explain their early struggles, but this isn’t a team with a high collective basketball IQ.
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The Washington Huskies secured the commitment of talented LB/RB Ryan McDaniel from Torrance (CA) North High on Sunday. Look inside for the details.
SEATTLE – Sophomore quarterback Keith Price won the Guy Flaherty Award, the Washington football program's oldest and most prestigious team award, for the second straight season, while Chris Polk, Cort Dennison and Greg Walker won MVP honors at the Husky football team’s postseason awards dinner.
Forget moral victories. This game was too important. Sure the Washington Huskies looked the best they have this season against No. 11 Marquette, and it was at Madison Square Garden to boot, but this was a winnable game. The Dawgs had a golden opportunity to get their season back on the right track but they fumbled it out of bounds.
Dec 6, 9:00 PM | Madison Square Garden
Washington Huskies vs Marquette Golden Eagles Odds
Madison Square Garden features an NCAAB clash between the host Marquette Golden Eagles and the visiting Washington Huskies in college hoops action on Tuesday.
This matchup is a neutral-site affair being played at Madison Square Garden.
Marquette will face the 4-2...
NEW YORK CITY - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at Madison Square Garden Tuesday to watch the Washington Huskies lose a heartbreaker, 79-77 to Marquette in an incredibly entertaining game supporting the Jimmy V Foundation Classic for cancer research.