Category Archives: UW

Selection Sunday UW Links

Small ESPN blog entry on the Dawgs

Great article by Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times

Selection Sunday quotes from Go

Photo gallery of Selection Sunday by the guys at

Nick Daschel thinks UW would have been out had they not beaten Cal in the Pac-10 Tournament final!

ESPN breaks down the East bracket

Seattle PI take on the first round matchup

Montlake Madness gives us there best case scenario for UW in the tournament has quotes from Sunday night’s press conference with Marquette head coach Buzz Williams


NW Sports Radio Selection Sunday Show @ 8:00 p.m.

Selection Sunday has arrived and the Washington Huskies earned an 11 seed and a first-round matchup against Marquette on Thursday in San Jose, Calif.  NW Sports Radio will break down the matchup with’s Chris Fetters and will welcome Husky basketball commit Desmond Simmons to the show.  The action starts Sunday night at 8:00 p.m., so tune in and give us a call!


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Future Husky still has a job to do

Husky commit Desmond Simmons can’t wait to be Dawg, but first he has some business to take care of.  The 6-foot-7 senior forward is on a mission to lead Salesian High School on back-to-back Division IV State Championship runs.  The Pride (32-2) got past Modesto Christian Saturday night 69-65 in a quarterfinal matchup in large part because of Simmons’ 34 points and 20 rebounds.  The Pride fought from 13 down at half to pull out the win and advance to the semifinals to take on St. Mary’s.

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NW Sports Radio Episode 2 Wednesday Night @ 8:00 pm

Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. (PST) we will hit the internet radio airways to bring you our second installment of NW Sports Radio.  We’ll give our take on the Donovan Mcnabb rumors along with much more.  Make sure to give us a call and voice your opinion because that is what this is all about!


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Only the Pac-10

It would appear mismanagement of television contracts, embarrassing officiating and one of the worst seasons in conference history is starting to wear off on the coaches.  How else can you explain Jerome Randle winning Pac-10 player of the year honors?