NCAA Men's Basketball
(#21) Washington 87, USC 73
Thursday, February 9, 2006
Bank of America Arena/Seattle, Wash.
o Thursday marked just the third different starting lineup the Huskies have used this season.
o The last time five Huskies players scored in double-digits was against Gonzaga (Dec. 4). It is the seventh time UW has had at least five players score10 or more and their record in those games is 7-0.
o Washington doubled its assist total (6) against Washington State in the first half of Thursday's game by earning assists on 12 of its 18 field goals. UW finished with 18 assists in the game.
o After scoring 25 points Thursday, Brandon Roy has tallied 20 points or more in 10 different games this season. He also grabbed 11 rebounds, marking the fourth time he's totaled double-digit boards and also the fourth time he's produced a double-double this season. It was the seventh double-double of Roy's career.
o Ryan Appleby dished out six assists Thursday. His previous-best this season was four.
o The Huskies outscored the Trojans in the paint by 24 points (38-14) and by 18 on second chance opportunities (20-2).
o Fifteen of Washington's 17 wins have been by 10 points or more.
o Nick Young's 28 points were the highest amount scored against the Huskies since Hassan Adams of Arizona scored 32 against them (Dec. 31).