Jackson State vs. Washington: C.J. Wilcox leads Huskies to 75-67 win

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Junior guard C.J. Wilcox scored 21 points and filled up the box score for the Washington Huskies in the team's 75-67 win over Jackson State.

The Washington Huskies received 21 points from star guard C.J. Wilcox in the team's 75-67 win over the Jackson State Tigers at the Alaska Airlines Arena, keeping the Tigers without a win on the young season.

The Huskies opened the second half with a six-point lead and while the Tigers played Washington tough in the second half, Jackson State ran out of time to close the gap, ultimately falling by eight points.

Wilcox's 21 points led all Huskies, but the junior guard also chipped in across the board with four rebounds, four assists, two steals and three blocks. Three other Huskies also scored in double figures. Washington impressed offensively as well as defensively, holding the Tigers to just 36.4% shooting from the floor while blocking a total of 10 shots.

Washington improves to 6-4 with the win and will not play another game until Dec. 20 when the Huskies host the Cal Poly Mustangs.

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