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FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 2010

Huskies, again 

Washington managed to survive, in overtime, to beat Washington State for the 29th straight time in women's basketball, despite a spirited crowd of 2,065 at Friel Court. The unedited game story follows.

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WSU ready for the road 

COUGARS The Huskies may be well down the Pac-10 standings, but, other than an inexplicable loss to Oregon, have been a force to reckon with at home. That's the subject of our advance for tomorrow's S-R. The unedited version is on the link, so read…

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Associated Press Gonzaga’s Steven Gray drives to the basket in first-half action. (Associated Press)

Day after Santa Clara

OK, back with a short notebook that will run in Saturday's S-R. And at the bottom more items to complete my day-after Santa Clara post. The links: S-R gamer early edition and late edition, San Francisco and Contra Costa Times. Find recaps of the four…

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Bulldogs roll

The Gonzaga women had no problems on Thursday night with Santa Clara, other than missing a few layups. Heather Bowman is five points shy of the school scoring record. I don't know if it says more about Gonzaga or the other West Coast Conference teams…

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A Pac-10 Thursday without WSU 

COUGARS A busy night, and a rare one, in the Pac-10 last evening. The busy part comes from the four games. The rare part comes from both Oregon teams winning on the same night. Hasn't happened much recently (once last year, once in 2007). The…

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