I love it when a plan comes together.
Hannibal Smith of “The A-Team” frame famously coined that phrase and one would say that Coach Mike Hopkins brought a perfect game plan to the Sprint Center on Tuesday night.
The Washington Huskies defeated the second-ranked Kansas Jayhawks, 74-65, in Kansas City in one of the biggest wins for the Husky program ever. It goes without saying that it was a defining moment in the short stint for Coach Mike Hopkins.
Despite it not being Phog Allen Fieldhouse, it was a de facto home game for Bill Self’s squad.
The game did not start off so well for the Dawgs as they came out misfiring on most of there shots and were down 10-5 at the first TV timeout.
There seemed to be a mandate that Dawgswould not allow Kansas to beat them via the 3. The Huskies extended the zone to contest all 3-point shots and it worked.


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