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Dangerous Dawgs have found their bite

Washington is peaking at the right time. Unlike Thursday's NCAA first-round game against Marquette, the mood on the UW sidelines Saturday afternoon against New Mexico in the next round was different – for obvious reasons. Washington ran over the No. 3 seed and eighth-ranked New Mexico Lobos like a freight train. The Huskies are the current, working definition of "team" in its purest form.

The biggest question is; where do they go from here? And I'm not talking about Syracuse, site of UW's Sweet 16 game versus West Virginia this coming Thursday. Maybe the better way to phrase it is; how far can they go from here? The answer today feels light years from where the Huskies were, even two weeks ago. The last time Washington entered the NCAA Tournament as an 11 seed, they lost to... Recommended Stories

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