Washington blows 25-point lead, then edges ASU in OT

Braxton Meah made two free throws with 32 seconds remaining in overtime as Washington outlasted Arizona State 84-82 after blowing a 25-point, second-half lead on Thursday in Tempe, Ariz.Keion Brooks Jr. led the Huskies (15-12, 7-9 Pac-12) with 21 points and Koren Johnson added 17. Meah had 13 points and 14 rebounds.Frankie Collins scored 21 points for the Sun Devils (13-14, 7-9), including 10 in the final 1:23 of regulation to tie the score. He also finished with eight rebounds and three steals.The Sun Devils, who took a 105-60 defeat Saturday at then-No. 5 Arizona, appeared on their way to another blowout loss when the Huskies led 49-24 with 18:29 remaining.Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley made a five-man substitution, and his second unit sparked an 8-0 run.Kamari Lands (11 points) made three 3-pointers in a span of 2:43 to pull the Sun Devils within 51-38.A driving layup by Collins made it a 10-point game with 8:56 left. He added a 3-pointer with 7:03 to go to pull the Sun Devils within 61-54.A layup by Arizona State’s Jose Perez (15 points) made it 65-61 with 3:28 left before Washington’s Paul Mulcahy sank a jumper from the left side.The teams traded free throws for the next few possessions.