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Huskies fall to UCLA

Jordan Adams scored a career-high 31 points, fighting through apparent leg cramps in the second half, and UCLA wrapped up the No. 2 seed in next week's Pac-12 Conference tournament with a 91-82 win over Washington on Thursday night.

Washington Spring Preview 2014: Special Teams

In the final installment of our Spring Football 2014 preview series we take a look at the specialists and special teams. This is often an overlooked group, but as we saw against Stanford last year it can prove critical. 2013 Review: After pulling triple-duty in 2012 - kickoffs, placekicks and punting - the hope going into 2013 was to scale back the workload on Travis Coons, as it was thought that he had tired over the course of the previous season which may have contributed to a couple of me

Reed has many schools calling [$]

L.J. Reed is hearing from a whole host of schools, including Washington.

Jones sees major interest

Sheriron Jones has six offers and the four-star quarterback said last weekend at the RCS Southern California that more could be on the way.

No favorite teams for Reed

Former Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks standouts Marcus Rios and Alex Van Dyke have ended up at UCLA but there is no guarantee L.J. Reed is going to play for the Bruins.

Second-half turnovers doom Washington

Washington scored enough points Thursday night to beat UCLA, especially at home with a late-arriving crowd of 6,894 at Alaska Airlines Arena ready to explode. The Huskies gave the enthusiastic crowd reasons to cheer during an entertaining first half, in which both teams shot better than 48 percent from the field. Washington led 45-41 at the break, but its porous defense was an ominous sign. The defense got progressively worse in the second half and the Huskies didn't make things easy on themsel

Huskies exit early with loss to utah

The Utes entered the Pac-12 womenís tournament open-round game having lost eight of its final nine games compared to the Huskiesí splashy win against No. 18 California on the road to end the regular season. But Rodriguez, with a shiner on her right eye, had enough sight to send passes in

Video: UW players after 91-82 loss to UCLA

Here's video of the postgame interview with C.J. Wilcox and Nigel Williams-Goss following Washington's 91-82 loss to UCLA.

Adams' career-high 31 too much for Washington, Bruins win 91-82...

Pretty pictures within! The game was entertaining for fans for 36 minutes. It was high-scoring, both teams were hitting big shots and it was tight. Neither the Washington Huskies nor the UCLA Bruins could grab a firm hold on the lead. The lead actually changed hands more than 20 times throughout the course of the game. UCLA proved why it belongs in the NCAA Tournament while Washington proved that it belongs fighting for a spot in the NIT, and the Bruins walked out of Hec Ed with a 91-82 victory.

Pregame celebrations becoming an event

The traditional tunnel is still made for the starters to run through. But these days, thereís a designated stop at the end. There, the player greets a teammate with a series of gestures that varies from mimicking primping in a mirror to spinning chest bumps.

Huskies can't stop UCLA [$]

Jordan Adams matched his season-high with 31 points, as the UCLA Bruins pulled away from Washington in the second half en route to a 91-82 win over the Huskies Thursday night at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Huskies canít stop Jordan Adams, lose to UCLA

The Washington menís basketball team never found a defensive answer against Adams as UCLA beat Washington 91-82 Thursday night in front of 6,894 at Alaska Airlines Arena that stopped the momentum the Huskies had heading into next weekís Pac-12 tournament.

USC, Colorado win early Pac-12 womenís tournament games

USC overcomes poor free-throw shooting to beat Arizona, 59-54. Colorado got 33 points from sisters Brittany and Ashley Wilson to beat UCLA, 76-65.

Huskies take a look at Shaq Thompson on offense

Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson ran some plays with the Huskies offense on Thursday as a running back. ďI think we gotta try to get our playmakers the ball,Ē said linebackers coach Bob Gregory.

Practice Spotlight - Day Two [$]

SEATTLE - On Thursday there was more talk about the passion, more talk about the details, the things that the current Washington players have said when asked to compare Chris Petersenís new regime at Washington and the previous staff under current USC Head Coach Steve Sarkisianís. And itís not just coming from those that were seemingly left in the wind to twist.

GameCenter: UCLA at UW

With only two games left in the regular season, the Huskies cannot afford another loss if they have any chance at an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. Join Percy Allen's pregame chat at 5:30 before the game starts at 6.

Videos: UW's Andrew Hudson, Marcus Peters after Thursday's practi...

UW defensive end Andrew Hudson after Thursday's practice: Cornerback Marcus Peters:

UW's Lincoln Kennedy, Greg Lewis nominated for College Football...

Former Washington stars Lincoln Kennedy and Greg Lewis have been nominated for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, the National Football Foundation announced Thursday. Kennedy, an offensive tackle from 1991-94, was a member of UW's 1991 national championship team and the only Pac-10 player in 1992 to be named a unanimous All-American. He was part of three consecutive Pac-10 titles and three Rose Bowl berths, and twice won the Morris Trophy as conferenceís best offensive lineman. H

Photo Gallery - Day Two [$]

SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at the Dempsey Indoor Facility Thursday to watch the Huskies get back at it during Day Two of UW Spring Football. He produced a photo gallery of the day's events.

Guess the UW Score contest: UCLA

There's no bigger supporter of Husky hoops on this blog than sequimdawgbob, who practically nailed last Friday's Guess the UW Score contest. He wrote: "I'm thinkin' a big spread but I don't think the Cougs will get 60. Dawgs 73 - 51. Crunch 'em Mighty Dawgs!" Washington clobbered cross-state rival Washington State 72-49. Great job Mighty SDB. Please contact me via email (pallen@seattletimes.com) or Twitter to claim your prize. FYI: Time is running out to redeem prizes. If I owe you a hot d

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