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Battle royale

From March Madness to John Ross, The Daily's sports staff debates the latest topics in sports

Husky highlights show: USC and UCLA

The Huskies had a 1-1 homestand against the Los Angeles schools, dropping their game against UCLA 91-82 and defeating USC 82-75. C.J. Wilcox had 24 points against the Trojans in his last game at Hec Ed Pavilion, while Andrew Andrews contributed 19 points. With the win against USC, the UW was able to bring its conference record to 9-9.

Game Daily: Battle royale

From C.J. Wilcox to Bill Walton, The Daily's sports staff debates the latest topics in UW men's basketball

Husky highlights show: UW 72, WSU 49

Washington sent the cross-state rival Washington State Cougars back to Pullman with a 72-49 victory in which they were dominant throughout. The UW's duo of Nigel Williams-Goss and Andrew Andrews led the way for the Huskies, as they were able to salvage a split of the season series with WSU.

Battle royale

From spring football to Mount Rushmore, The Daily's sports staff debates the latest topics in sports.

Husky highlights show: Stanford and California

The Huskies went 1-1 against the Bay Area schools this week, beating Stanford 64-60 and losing to Cal 72-59. The loss to the Golden Bears was Washington's first home conference loss of the season, dropping its record to 14-12, 6-7 Pac-12.

Game Daily: Scouting the Bears

Undersized Huskies face big challenge

Battle royale

From MVPs to media days, The Daily's sports staff debates the latest topics in sports

Husky highlights show: Huskies sweep Oregon and Oregon State

The Washington men's basketball team took care of business at home against both Oregon schools. In the 80-76 win over Oregon, C.J. Wilcox led the way for the UW as he scored 23 points including the clinching three-pointer in the final minute of the game. Nigel Williams-Goss poured in 32 points in the next game against the Beavers, setting a new career high as the Huskies pulled out the 87-81 victory.

Game Daily: Scouting the Ducks

Lights-out offense countered with porous defense