With the holidays upon us, Dawgman.com is counting down the top plays of the season, with the No. 1 play to finish out the year. So who is next on the list? This play(s) highlight a couple of maligned Huskies that, for an instant, made plays to help Washington beat one of the top-8 teams in the country. Their names? Travis Coons and Talia Crichton.
Washington Lose 28-26
A hard-fought game where the UW Huskies rallied admirably from being down ended ingloriously in a typical Keith Price interception for a loss.
Let’s break down the game heading into next season.
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SEATTLE - Despite the constant rotating of the Northern Illinois bench, the Huskies from the Midwest and no answer for the second chance creating Washington Huskies, as Lorenzo Romar’s squad secured a 67-57 victory on Saturday night in Alaska Airlines Arena. The Huskies, yet again led by C.J. Wilcox in scoring with 22 points, posed big mismatches for the undersized Northern Illinois side.