Yes, that score could indicate a problem for UW.
But the certain problem is that the best player on the floor appears to be Seattle Pacific's Rob Diederichs, a sophomore forward from Shoreline who leads all scorers with 18 points.
Leading the way for the Huskies are Quincy Pondexter, Jon Brockman and Venoy Overton, with eight each.
Overton looks the best of the freshmen, partly on talent and partly because he just seems to confidently comfortable on the court. He's not playing like a guy playing his first college game.
Overall, the Huskies seem fast and athletic ... although the definition of both of those qualities will change once they're playing a Division I team, to say nothing of a Pac-10 team. However, they have a distinct lack of outside shooting with Ryan Appleby out.