Saturday's game against the Cougars marks the last time Andrews will play at WSU and the first true road contest for the Huskies. The UW senior guard leads the Pac-12 with a 21.1 scoring average.
Playing at Washington State is good memory for Andrew Andrews.
Especially last year’s game in which he scored a career-high 35 points and sank the game-winning three-pointer with 2.7 seconds left in an 97-84 victory. The Feb. 22 win at Beasley Coliseum snapped UW’s seven-game losing streak.
“For me that was probably the biggest play since I’ve been here just because the stage that it was on as far as it being a rivalry game,” Andrews said. “I think it was a ESPN game. We were on a losing streak. That was my career high. So all of that incorporates on what makes it the biggest.”
Washington’s Pac-12 road opener against the Cougars on Saturday marks the last time Andrews will play at WSU and the first road contest for the Huskies.
Here’s video of today’s interview with Andrews.