Posted January 21, 2012 on washington.scout.com
SEATTLE - Is it possible the one UW player that didn't score had the biggest impact in Saturday's 76-63 win over Stanford? It is, after watching Austin Seferian-Jenkins effort defending and getting after rebounds when Washington needed help inside. And that's all they needed in front of a near capacity crowd at Alaska Airlines Arena to keep their Pac-12 dreams alive.
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