VIDEO: Washington Guard Andrew Andrews Post-Game - TCU

Washington senior guard Andrew Andrews spoke to the press Tuesday night after his 32-point, five assist, four steal night - including 6-6 form three-point range - propelled the Huskies to an easy 92-67 win over the TCU Horned Frogs at Alaska Airlines Arena.

On the hot start “Coach was really focused on our starts. Our first initial home games we came out with a lot of energy. We started the season off with a lot of energy and we took a couple steps back so we kind of made it kind of our focus to jump on them. We also knew they were up I think 60-31 on their starts. So we knew that they were going to come in with a lot of energy. So we just wanted to try to match that or beat it.”


On if he knows the last time he was perfect from three “I don’t. Probably back in high school. Freshman year maybe. I don’t know if I’ve ever done that. I’ve been shooting the ball really well all summer coming into practice. It’s about time it finally happened in a game.”


On the last time he heard a home crowd as loud as it was tonight “My redshirt year when Tony (Wroten) dunked on that guy from Arizona (Angelo Chol). That’s probably the last time I heard it loud like that. That was a great crowd tonight.”


On their defensive production “Forcing turnovers, creating havoc on the ball, everybody being up in the lane, boxing out, which I think we did a great job in the first half, just everything. We didn’t really run that much offense. We were always in the flow of transition because of our defense. We usually like to get the tempo going and let our defense create the offense which we did tonight.”


On the difference between this young team now and at the beginning of the season “The learning curve, each game starting to get progressively better on offense and defense. I think today was the first game we put everything together. That was a big step for us. We had 19 turnovers. I think we haven’t taken as big a step in that but now guys are starting to notice it and starting to like ‘oh, my bad. I knew I shouldn’t go there.’ I think that’s another big thing. Along the season we have to cut down.” Top Stories