SEATTLE, Wash. - FORMER WASHINGTON COACHING LEGEND LORENZO ROMAR MAKING HIS RETURN TO SEATTLE AS AN ASSISTANT FOR NINTH RANKED ARIZONA WAS NOT THE STORYLINE LAST NIGHT AS THE HUSKIES HAD A FINISH IN HEC ED IMPOSSIBLE TO FORGET...THE DAWGS WERE AHEAD BY AS MUCH AS 14 EARLY IN THE SECOND HALF BUT ARIZONA FOUGHT AND CLAWED THEIR WAY BACK WITH THE HELP OF ARIZONA BIG DEANDRE AYTON... BUT WASHINGTON SHARP SHOOTER DOMINIC GREEN WAS DEADLY FROM THREE ALL NIGHT TO KEEP THEM IN IT...WILDCATS TIED IT UP WITH 20 SECONDS TO GO...FRESHMAN JAYLEN NOWELL HAS BEEN THE DAWGS CLUTCH GUY THIS YEAR...BUT HE GETS SWATTED BY AYTON...STRAIGHT TO GREEN...WHO DRAINS IT!!! GIVE AYTON THE ASSIST...THE PLACE GOES BEZERK...GOOD ENOUGH FOR SPORTS CENTER'S NUMBER ONE PLAY OF THE NIGHT...AND ENOUGH TO MAKE A NEW HEAD COACH VERRRY HAPPY...
Mike Hopkins: "We've talked about being tougher together and that's what you saw tonight. It wasn't pretty, but we fought, we didn't get down, we played together and we won, I'm so proud of the guys. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!"
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