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Washington lost to #11 Marquette last night 79-77. Washington guard Terrence Ross might be mad about the loss, but he can't be too sad considering he will surely be up for dunk of the year. He threw down this huge 180 alley-oop dunk, and added a team high 19 points. Not to shabby of a night for the sophomore guard.
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If you haven’t already, get to know the name Terrence Ross of Washington. Last year as a freshman Ross really came on as the season went on. He was unstoppable in the Huskies tournament loss to North Carolina.
This season many thought Ross was going to have a breakout year and he has not disappointed so far. This season he is averaging 16.6 points per game. He can...
Terrence Ross had 19 points, nine rebounds and the go-ahead score with 17 seconds remaining for Washington, but Jae Crowder made a corner 3-pointer with 7 seconds left to send undefeated, 16th-ranked Marquette past UW 79-77 on a wild Tuesday night in the 2011 Jimmy V Classic to benefit cancer research at Madison Square Garden.
Marquette earned the right to declare itself a better team than Washington with a 79-77 victory Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, but there's still one debate that could not be settled by the scoreboard.
Which team had the better dunk?
Was it Washington sophomore Terrence Ross' spinning 180-degree alley-oop jam off a nice feed from point guard Tony Wroten with 11 minutes...
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.
Steve Lee weighs in with the good, the bad, and the ugly last night on the 79-77 Washington Huskies loss to the Marquette Golden Eagles last night in NYC. Jae Crowder's 3-pointer with 6.3 seconds remaining lifted to a wild victory over Washington at the Jimmy V Classic in New York. Terrence Ross led the Huskies in defeat with 19 points.
NEW YORK CITY - Lorenzo Romar, Darnell Gant, C.J. Wilcox, Terrence Ross, and Buzz Williams talked post-game Tuesday night after the Marquette Golden Eagles pulled out a dramatic 79-77 win over the Washington Huskies at Madison Square Garden as part of the 2011 Jimmy V Classic.
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.
Thanks to a pair of memorable victories separated by a mere 72 hours, Marquette has shed the label of second-tier Big East team and joined UConn, Syracuse and Louisville as conference contenders.
The transformation began Saturday when Marquette won at rival Wisconsin to snap the Badgers' 23-game home win streak. Then in a fast-paced, highly entertaining matchup on Tuesday night...