ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Georgetown will play its first West Coast game in eight years against Washington, and UCLA plays Mississippi State in the 16th annual John R. Wooden Classic on Dec. 12.
The complete field for the doubleheader at Honda Center was announced Wednesday.
Georgetown hasn't played on the West Coast since visiting UCLA in 2001. It will be the Hoyas' first meeting with defending Pac-10 champion Washington.
The Huskies return to the doubleheader named for the former UCLA coach for the second time. In 2005, they beat New Mexico State.
The Bruins and Bulldogs will meet in the second game. UCLA is 9-3 in 12 Wooden Classic appearances. Mississippi State played in the 2004 event, losing to Arizona.

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