NEW YORK - It was an early morning session, but Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com had plenty to talk about in the early hours Wednesday after Washington was bounced out of the NIT 68-67 by Minnesota in overtime at Madison Square Garden. What went wrong?
NEW YORK - It wasn't pretty, and at times it was gut-wrenching, but Washington's 68-67 overtime loss to Minnesota in the NIT semifinals was a fitting microcosm for the Huskies' season as a whole. They started out having to play catchup after going behind early, rallied back to make something of the game, only to come up short at the most crucial moments with their season hanging in the balance.
NEW YORK - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was on hand Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden as Washington succumbed in overtime to Minnesota 68-67 in an NIT semifinal game. Grinolds produced a photo gallery of the game, especially as the tension mounted late in the second half and things started to get a little testy between the Washington bench and the officials on hand.
NEW YORK - Here's what Lorenzo Romar, Darnell Gant, Terrence Ross, Tony Wroten, Tubby Smith, Andre Hollins, and Rodney Williams said post-game after Minnesota's 68-67 overtime win at Madison Square Garden to push them to the NIT finals, where they will face Stanford on Thursday.
NEW YORK - Here's what Lorenzo Romar, Darnell Gant, Terrence Ross, Abdul Gaddy, Tubby Smith, and Rodney Williams told Dawgman.com Monday afternoon at the National Invitation Tournament Press Conference, held at the New York Marriott Marquis - just one day before the No. 1 seed Washington Huskies and No. 6 seed Minnesota Golden Gophers play in an NIT semifinal at Madison Square Garden.
March 26, 2012
The Washington Huskies have been many things this season: Equal parts excellent and inconsistent; dominating and frustrating. For every label applied to them, there's the fine print on the back. But none of that matters now, and Washington is back playing like a team fighting for something – and that's bad news for the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
March 26, 2012
SEATTLE - When Washington defeated Oregon 90-86 to make it back to New York for the NIT semifinals, it was a true team win. But that being said, there were some standout performers that helped to take the Huskies' team effort over the top for the win. It was hard-fought in every way, as witnessed by Lorenzo Romar's hoarse voice when he addressed the crowd post-game.
March 20, 2012