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The day the Washington Huskies lost a quarterback to Mount San Antonio College, they gained a kicker from the same school. Sound fair? Well actually - yeah. On Thursday it was announced that Nick Montana would be transferring to the two-year junior college located in Walnut, Calif., and later that night the Huskies extended an offer to their kicker - Travis Coons.
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Washington freshman Tony Wroten came into college as one of the top recruits in the nation, and for good reason. The 6’5″ guard from Seattle was a member of the 2011 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team and came to Washignton ready to contribute from the jump for the Huskies, averaging ove 17 ppg so far [...]
Terrence Ross' last three games have been a tale of two halves.
Washington's sophomore swingman with NBA potential has gone from being ineffective in the first half of each contest to sizzling in the second.
''Thank goodness he's gotten going in the second half,'' Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said. ''That has been a pattern in these three games...
The Washington Huskies apparently are huge fans of Charles Dickens. But Thursday night in Tempe, it wasn't a tale of two cities; it was a tale of two halves. UW used a 14-1 run to start the second half to eventually wear out Arizona State 60-54 at Wells Fargo Arena.
Kevin Danna brings his insights and observations from Stanford's defeat versus the Washington Huskies, 76-63, on Saturday afternoon in Seattle.
Did you happen to miss the Tony Wroten dunk last night versus Arizona St. Sun Devils?
Wroten made the highlight reels with a huge dunk and foul with just over five minutes remaining, knocking down the free throw for the traditional three-point play.
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Washington 60, Arizona St. 54
The Huskies won a conference game on the road! Reading that sentence probably had your heart beating faster than watching the game tonight. UW played its most mundane game of the season en route to a disappointing 60-54 win against the host Sun Devils. The Dawgs were able to pull away by opening the second half on a 13-1 run that gave them a 10-point lead...
On the road again, the Washington Huskies have to guard against an upset Thursday night when the Dawgs travel to face the Arizona State Sun Devils. The game will tip at 5:30 PT from the Wells Fargo Arena. The game will be televised on ROOT Sports and also Fox Sports Arizona.
Jan 26, 8:30 PM | Wells Fargo Arena
Washington Huskies vs Arizona State Sun Devils Odds
The Arizona State Sun Devils will look to boost their win total and cover the spread when they tip off against the Washington Huskies at Wells Fargo Arena on Thursday in NCAAB play.
The Huskies will try to spoil to the party on Thursday; they are 9-8 ATS against...
Washington (13-7, 6-2 Pac-12) picked up its ninth win in its last 10 trips to Tempe. Arizona State (6-14, 2-6 Pac-12) dropped its third straight game and has lost 17 of its last 20 meetings with the Huskies.
Tony Wroten scored 22 points to lead Washington to a 60-54 Pacific-12 win over Arizona State Thursday.
The Pac-12s leading freshmen scorer was 9-of-12 shooting from the...
Washington debuted a beefy new lineup last Saturday afternoon against the Stanford Cardinal. With C.J. Wilcox sidelined with a stress fracture and Washington's offense stuck in the muck, UW Head Coach Lorenzo Romar made one of his boldest mid-season moves in memory. The Huskies went big. And not just big, but 6-foot-6, 260 pounds of knotted future NFL muscle big.
After a tough weekend away from the Valley, the Arizona State Sun Devils (6-13, 2-5) return home to host the Washington Huskies (12-7,5-2) as they finish off the first half of their conference slate. Most people would be excited to return home and find success with home court advantage but the Devils play don’t play well anywhere – only 3-7 at Wells Fargo Arena.
Arizona women's basketball fell to the Washington Huskies, 77-48, in Seattle on Thursday.
Former Washington Huskies quarterback Nick Montana, the son of Hall of Fame QB Joe Montana, will attend Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif., a source said.