2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
3-1, 1st in Pac-12
Jay-Z's nephew throws down vicious windmill (0:18)
2d
Roberts skies for the one-handed slam (0:20)
2d
Carter puts on a dunk show in 1st half (0:46)
2d
Washington's Carter rises up on the fast-break slam (0:28)
2d
Bowden leads by example for young Vols (1:56)
5d
Carter gets last laugh after Pons blocks his dunk (0:26)
5d
Carter runs the floor and beats the defense for a slam (0:22)
5d
Jay-Z's nephew gets out in front and slams it home for Washington (0:22)
5d
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6dJeff Borzello

For 3: Duke's Tre Jones thrives in win

Tre Jones was the fourth option for last season's Duke team that boasted three NBA lottery picks. Now he's getting a chance to shine.

7d

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich talk to new UCLA head coach Mick Cronin

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by digging into the James Wiseman situation further, talking about how talented Memphis is and sharing why Washington is as impressive as any team they've watched. Next, UCLA head coach Mick Cronin joins the podcast (15:52) to discuss his biggest surprise when taking the job, why it will be a season-long process to get his team where they should be, toughness being a skill and how he's ingratiating himself with the UCLA family. Later, the guys discuss VCU's win over LSU, Ohio State looking like a top-tier Big Ten team and Michigan State's scoring struggles (43:53).

Jay-Z's nephew floats through the air for the emphatic jam (0:25)
9d
9d

Stewart leads No. 20 Washington past Mount St. Mary's 56-46

Isaiah Stewart scored 16 points and blocked five shots, Nahziah Carter scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half, and No. 20 Washington overcame an awful first half offensively to pull away for a 56-46 win over Mount St. Mary's on Tuesday night.

10d

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich examine the James Wiseman situation

Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by fleshing out the James Wiseman situation, including why Memphis played Wiseman, the likelihood of there being more to this story, the specifics of the NCAA allegations and what they think the ultimate outcome of this situation will be. Later, the guys cover Cassius Winston's brother committing suicide (15:31), Baylor-Washington in Alaska, the Big Ten getting off to a slow start (21:24), Florida State out-toughing Florida and more.

Freshman Stewart comes up clutch for UW (0:25)
13d
Stewart gets block but Clark basket waived off by interference (0:27)
13d
14d

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich recap the Champions Classic and chat with Chris Beard

Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by discussing the Champions Classic, Cole Anthony dropping 34 in his first game and Virginia holding Syracuse to its fewest points since 1945. Next, the guys are joined by Texas Tech head coach Chris Beard (10:46) to talk about how he doesn't plan on rewatching the title game until he wins the whole thing, what's changed with recruiting after last year's success, the concept of "coaching through tape," his love of Whataburger and the origins of the Fireside Chat. Later, Seth and Dan touch on Andrew Jones dropping 20 for Texas in his first game back after being diagnosed with leukemia, the championship probability of the four Champions Classic teams (33:44) and Baylor-Washington in the Armed Forces Classic.

Team Stats

Points Per Game64.3Tied-319th
Rebounds Per Game35.8Tied-245th
Assists Per Game15.5Tied-96th
Points Allowed59.5Tied-46th

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Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record18-17
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances16