Huskies' meltdown against Ducks might cost them a tournament bid

Hameir Wright looks to the official who says he’s gone out of bounds with possession after skirmishing with Payton Pritchard in front of the Oregon bench in the 2nd half. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
Hameir Wright looks to the official who says he's gone out of bounds with possession after skirmishing with Payton Pritchard in front of the Oregon bench in the 2nd half. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)

If they had held on, UW would have had wins over two ranked teams to impress the selection committee.

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