UW’s Noah Dickerson, top, attempts a steal from Arizona State’s Andre Spight on Saturday. Dickerson drew three fouls in the first half but survived to play 30 minutes, and he chipped in 10 points.
UW’s Noah Dickerson, top, attempts a steal from Arizona State’s Andre Spight on Saturday. Dickerson drew three fouls in the first half but survived to play 30 minutes, and he chipped in 10 points. Cheryl Evans The Associated Press
UW’s Noah Dickerson, top, attempts a steal from Arizona State’s Andre Spight on Saturday. Dickerson drew three fouls in the first half but survived to play 30 minutes, and he chipped in 10 points. Cheryl Evans The Associated Press

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