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Abdul Gaddy (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

There's no disputing the fact that, as individual weekends go, the final weekend of 2010 was an epic one for the University of Washington. While football fans celebrated the return to relevance of their beloved program and hero Jake Locker, the basketball team was busy cementing their status at the top of the Pac-10 conference.

Pac-10 analysts overwhelmingly chose the Huskies as their pre-season favorite to win the conference, garnering 33 or 35 possible votes. Their confidence in the Huskies proved to be well-founded during opening weekend of Pac-10 play. There's an awful lot to like about this particular team. The Husky players and coaches clearly learned their lesson from three disappointing non-conference losses...

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