UW hopes positive feelings from USC win follow them on the road

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They've played plenty of games away from home so far this year, but the Washington Huskies have really only played one game that could be even remotely considered a home game - their win over Hawai'i in the Diamond Head Classic. And even that is not technically considered a road game on the schedule.

So when looking at the 11-4 schedule to date, there's a big fat goose egg when looking at Washington's road record. But UW Head Coach Mike Hopkins is hopeful the lessons learned already from an eventful home stand versus the Los Angeles schools will come in handy as the Huskies travel to the Bay Area to play Stanford Thursday night and California on Saturday evening.

Hopkins called their game against the Cardinal a 'heck of a challenge', primarily because the rest of the conference is sleeping on Stanford. They are currently 12-2, with their only losses being to Butler and Kansas. He talked about what they do well, especially outside with guys like Tyrell Terry and Daejon Davis, and inside with Oscar da Silva.

He was also asked questions about his team, especially about Nate Roberts and whether or not his game against USC was a breakout and how it will impact guys like Hameir Wright. He also went more in-depth on Isaiah Stewart, Jaden McDaniels, RaeQuan Battle, Quade Green, and a lot more.

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