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5-0, 1st in Mountain West
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No. 17 Utah State pulls away to beat NC A&T 81-54

Alphonso Anderson had 21 points, six rebounds and three assists and Justin Bean added 18 points, 10 rebounds and three assists to help No. 17 Utah State beat North Carolina A&T 81-54 on Friday night.

10d

No. 17 Utah State routs Denver

Brock Miller scored a career-high 27 points and No. 17 Utah State cruised to a 97-56 victory over Denver on Tuesday night.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Washington used its trademark defense (21 turnovers forced), strong perimeter shooting, Noah Dickerson (20 points) down low and a second-half boost from Naz Carter (13 points) to surge past Utah State and into the second round. Led by Matisse Thybulle, the Huskies defense flustered Utah State's Sam Merrill (6 turnovers) and Neemias Queta (4-of-12 shooting). After the Aggies closed to within a point, Washington finished the game on a 24-8 run. The Pac-12 regular-season champs are moving on

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Led by Pac-12 defensive player of the year Matisse Thybulle, Washington smothered Utah State in the first half, forcing 11 turnovers and holding Sam Merrill scoreless. Merrill, the Mountain West player of the year, came in averaging 21.2 points per game but has missed all three of his shot attempts. Washington has been good both on the perimeter (four 3-pointers) and inside (14 points from Noah Dickerson on 6-of-8 shooting).

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Not surprisingly, defense will be a theme in this game, as Utah State and Washington already have combined for 13 turnovers. Washington already had a stretch featuring three blocks -- Matisse Thybulle nearly put Abel Porter into the Huskies bench -- and a steal. Utah State is rebounding well against Washington's zone with five offensive boards already.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Starting lineups and officials for Utah State-Washington. Utah State: G Sam Merrill, G Abel Porter, G Brock Miller, F Quinn Taylor, C Neemias Queta Washington: G David Crisp, G Jaylen Nowell, F Matisse Thybulle, F Hameir Wright, F Noah Dickerson. Officials: John Higgins, Michael Irving, Justin Porterfield, Greg Evans (standby)

Team Stats

Points Per Game86.0Tied-19th
Rebounds Per Game46.87th
Assists Per Game20.0Tied-6th
Points Allowed53.410th

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Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record6-22
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances20