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Abdul Gaddy is the key to Washington’s season

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UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Senior point guard Abdul Gaddy had made a career out of being a pretty good point guard for the Washington Huskies. He came of the bench as a freshman, spelling Venoy Overton and Isaiah Thomas. He moved into a starting role as a sophomore, averaging 8.5 points and 3.8 assists before tearing [more]

Former child actor to walk-on at Washington

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Washington has added another player to their roster for the 2012-2013 season. Dion Overstreet Jr. is a 5-foot-9 point guard from Venice, CA. He graduated from Venice HS in 2008 and spent two seasons at Edmonds Community College in Washington. He averaged 13.9 points there, once going for 42 while hitting seven triples in an [more]

Report: Villanova to hire Washington assistant Raphael Chillious

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Villanova thought it had filled out its bench with the hire of Paul VI (Va.) coach Doug Martin, but his resignation over resume inaccuracies put the Wildcats back in search mode, looking to round out the coaching staff. According to Jeff Goodman of CBSSports.com, Jay Wright has found his man. Washington assistant Raphael Chillious will [more]

The Morning Mix

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– An interesting-read out of the New York Times yesterday. Author Harvey Araton draws parallels between the Kentucky baksetball program in 1989 and the Penn State football program in 2012 and explains what PSU can learn from UK – Mississippi State freshman guard Craig Sword is your new clubhouse leader for “Dumbest Offseason Arrest”. MSU freshman guards are [more]

The Morning Mix

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– Mike Huguenin provides his top-ten recruiting rankings for the upcoming season – Jeff Goodman provides a comprehensive list of all the early season tournaments that will take place next season – Mike DeCourcy believes Mark Emmert needs to be more clear about the college experience, specifically the “one and done” rule – Florida International sophomore Dominique [more]

The Morning Mix

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– The big news of the day is that legendary women’s coach Pat Summitt is stepping down at Tennessee. She won eight national championships in 38 seasons but was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease back in August. Summitt’s legacy goes well beyond just wins and titles. You can debate how popular women’s basketball truly is,  but [more]