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Huskies Outlast USC 65-57

Scott Suggs (USA TODAY SPORTS)

SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies kept the good feelings going heading into the post-season as they pulled out a hard-fought 65-57 win over the USC Trojans Wednesday night at Alaska Airlines Arena to push their current winning streak to three. It's the first time they've done that since starting out conference play 4-0.

"I thought that was a good team win," Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar said post-game. "That's an explosive offensive basketball team and I thought we did a pretty good job of being physical and defending them. Dewayne Dedmon is a heckuva player…wow. He's really good. Aside from that I thought we did a pretty good job. I thought we were patient offensively. We had five unforced turnovers early...

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