Washington Huskies News for March 1, 2014
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Plum keys UW women’s big win over California

Freshman Kelsey Plum scored 22 points was Washington upended No. 18 California 70-65.

Highly Sought In-State OL Enjoys Visit to UW [$]

The 2015 crop of football recruits in the state of Washington is loaded with talent along the offensive line. One that has seen his stock skyrocket since the start of the year is West Valley (Yakima, Wa.) OL Shane Lemieux and on Saturday he was at Montlake so he could meet with the new Husky coaching staff...

Washington Spring Preview 2014: Defensive Line

The next stop on the spring preview tour is the defensive line. Almost everyone is back, but questions still remain. 2013 Review: Most Husky fans were cautiously optimistic that the defensive line could take a step forward in 2013. While overall it improved, it was still a bit of a mixed bag. I'm not sure anyone would guess this, but the Huskies were tied for 4th in the country with 41 sacks in 2013. All but 9.5 of those came from the defensive line (NOTE: I'm including rush ends in these

Morning links: Huskies are scoreboard watching

Any scenario in which Washington makes a rapid ascent up the Pac-12 standings requires two essential ingredients. First, the Huskies must string together as many wins as possible and Friday's 72-49 rout over Washington State gave UW its second straight victory. Secondly - and this is where things get dicey - the Huskies need a whole lot of luck. To be specific, the teams ahead of them in the standings must tumble like dominoes. Washington (16-13, 8-8) is seventh in the standings, which is an un

Too little, too late for Huskies?

In their last two outings, the Washington Huskies have crushed their opponents 158-111. They've committed fewer than 12 turnovers each time and shot better than 50 percent from the field. And in each of the last three halves, Washington has surrendered fewer than 30 points. "If you can script it that way, you want to be playing your best by the end of the year," coach Lorenzo Romar said following Friday's 72-49 win over Washington State. "I just think we're playing a lot better basketball. Ev

Video: Lorenzo Romar after UW's 72-49 win over WSU

Here's video of the postgame interview with coach Lorenzo Romar following Washington's 72-49 win over Washington State.

Video: UW players after 72-49 win over WSU

Here's video of Washington players  Andrew Andrews and Nigel Williams-Goss after Washington's 72-49 win over Wasington State.

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