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Seth Davis
March 08, 2004
1. Blake Stepp wuz robbed. At week's end Gonzaga's senior point guard was shooting 42.5% from three-point range and was seventh in the nation in assists (6.9 average) for the No. 4 Bulldogs. He had even passed John Stockton to take second place on the Zags' career assist list. So how could he not be among the 30 finalists for the Wooden Award, given to the nation's top player?
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March 08, 2004

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1. Blake Stepp wuz robbed. At week's end Gonzaga's senior point guard was shooting 42.5% from three-point range and was seventh in the nation in assists (6.9 average) for the No. 4 Bulldogs. He had even passed John Stockton to take second place on the Zags' career assist list. So how could he not be among the 30 finalists for the Wooden Award, given to the nation's top player?

2. Watch out for Washington. Winners of 10 of their last 12, the Huskies (15-10) are in second place in the Pac-10 and are a threat to knock off top-ranked Stanford in Seattle on Saturday.

3. Conference USA has never looked better. Three of the five schools bolting for the Big East in 2005-06- Cincinnati, Louisville and DePaul—are in line with Memphis and Charlotte to get a league-record five tournament bids.

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