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The Washington Huskies put on quite a show Wednesday night at Cal. Their most complete win of the season was a shot in the arm - not just for the team, but for a fan base badly in need of a lift. It also served as a reminder that the road to the conference title still needs to run through Seattle.

The last two months have been pretty painful for Husky basketball fans, mainly because what we've been served so far hasn't looked much like Husky basketball at all. Non-conference play was a total debacle - one of the worst stretches of the Lorenzo Romar era. But after opening Pac-12 play with a couple of respectable road wins, things are suddenly looking up for the Dawgs. Boy was it a sight...

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