As the Washington Huskies proved their credentials with a thrilling double overtime win over UCLA, here are four things we learned.
The Washington Huskies entered Friday’s Pac-12 opener facing serious questions about their credentials. With two defeats in three games against supposedly inferior opponents, not much was expected against UCLA.
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Unfortunately, that’s what happens when you lose to the likes of Oakland and UC Santa Barbara. However, in one of the most enthralling games of the season so far, the Huskies proved themselves against the 25th ranked team in the country.
The game was frustrating at times for both sides, thanks to the officials. The two teams combined for 64 fouls and 90 free throws, with five players fouling out.
Ultimately though, the Huskies prevailed in the most trying of circumstances. Here are four things we learned from the 96-93 double overtime victory.
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