Husky Men's Basketball Blog
Seattle Times staff reporter Bob Condotta provides a running commentary on the Huskies.
April 22, 2008 6:48 PM
Posted by Bob Condotta
The late signing period hasn't elicited much activity around the Pac-10.
But the Oregon Ducks added a guard today, getting a commitment from Garrett Sim, the Oregon 6A Player of the Year, who had signed with Cal but was released from his LOI when Ben Braun was fired.
Posted by couger
9:04 PM, Apr 22, 2008
wow and oregon only continues their dominance over uDUMB
Posted by doug
10:13 PM, Apr 22, 2008
ernie continues to reload! like pete carrol down at usc he is building a freakin juggernaut
Posted by What?
7:38 AM, Apr 23, 2008
Doug- I don't see how you can compare USC football and Oregon basketball. A juggernaut? How many Pac-10 titles has Oregon won? How many #1 recruiting classes has it brought in (national or Pac-10)?
Couger- What kind of dominance has Oregon shown over UW in basketball? Wow, they supposedly have a better recruiting class this year, big deal; we all know recruiting rankings never change once players start playing. What have they actually done to dominate?
Posted by trick please
11:51 AM, Apr 23, 2008
Isn't couger spelled with an 'a'?
Secondly, I wouldn't say that UO basketball will be like USC football, but I will say that they do have a strong class coming in next year, and I have been paying attention to their football program and it looks to be pretty strong next year. Not a cake walk even though they have no dixon/stewart anymore.
I'm just saying....
Posted by Randy
1:05 PM, Apr 23, 2008
Dominance?? Juggernaut?? Garrett Sim is rated in Scout.com as a 3 star prospect and has no ranking. I'll take Isaiah Thomas, Scott Suggs and Elston Turner Jr any day.
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