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View Poll Results: Who wins the Pac-12?

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  • Arizona Wilcats

    9 39.13%
  • Arizona State Sun Devils

    0 0%
  • California Golden Bears

    2 8.70%
  • Colorado Buffaloes

    2 8.70%
  • Oregon Ducks

    3 13.04%
  • Oregon State Beavers

    1 4.35%
  • Stanford Cardinal

    0 0%
  • UCLA Bruins

    5 21.74%
  • USC Trojans

    0 0%
  • Utah Utes

    1 4.35%
  • Washington Huskies

    0 0%
  • Washington State Cougars

    0 0%
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    Yeah, I'm a prophet unfortunately....
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    Man USC is gonna be in a battle with UC Irvine tonight I'm pretty sure, although this team isn't terrible, we really need to win this game... 24-20 Irvine 1st half


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    Here's to hoping Oregon closes out non-conference with no more losses. It's very disappointing that Oregon dropped that game at UTEP, and it could really hurt in the NCAA selection process...
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    Big game vs Mizzou for the Bruins tonight, word is Tony Parker is the latest player to want out and if they lose big then that egotistical Howland is a goner.

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    Jerry Palm came out with his first bracket prediction and had the Ducks as a 7 seed. I don't particularly care about seeding, just want the Ducks to make the tourney.
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    After Arizona's big win, the Pac-12 took a hit in the RPI after Oregon State lost to Towson and Cal lost to Harvard...
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    But USC beat Dayton! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by LASportsFan1996 View Post
    But USC beat Dayton! Lol
    That's a nice win. Hasn't USC played a really tough schedule so far?
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    Really Really Really Tough... like 5 ranked teams.. I hate that scheduling KO does


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    Quote Originally Posted by LASportsFan1996 View Post
    Really Really Really Tough... like 5 ranked teams.. I hate that scheduling KO does
    Yeah, it puts a lot of pressure on USC. If they play really well in conference play it could end up being a good thing.

    Oregon beat Nevada yesterday. I'm pretty concerned with the amount of turnovers, and the young back-court could make these mistakes all season long. Hopefully Oregon flips the switch during conference play and takes care of the ball. If we do, then I think Oregon could finish as high as 2nd in the conference. Our defense is much better this season, and our rebounding is better as well. Oregon State on Sunday will be a tough test though...
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    Well that's the thing, the tough scheduling is beneficial when you can win atleast one of those really tough matchups, but in this case we lost every single game, although we played tough, that's not good enough...

    Put it this way if we are gonna play this tough schedule and lose all the games, I'd rather play 10 D2 schools and get a good record and have confidence going into conference play, basically I'm saying I'd rather have 8 bad wins, then 8 good losses Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by LASportsFan1996 View Post
    Well that's the thing, the tough scheduling is beneficial when you can win atleast one of those really tough matchups, but in this case we lost every single game, although we played tough, that's not good enough...

    Put it this way if we are gonna play this tough schedule and lose all the games, I'd rather play 10 D2 schools and get a good record and have confidence going into conference play, basically I'm saying I'd rather have 8 bad wins, then 8 good losses Lol
    Good point. If USC had played a schedule similar to Oregon's it would have been much more beneficial. It allows your team to make mistakes but grow from them.
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    I guess we'll never know...

    We open against Stanford tomorrow in PAC 12 play, honestly think it's a winnable game


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    Great game between Arizona/Colorado, buzzer beater by the Buffs doesn't count, ot
    Last edited by popo85; 01-03-2013 at 10:13 PM.

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    The buzzer beater call was absolute horseshit. How can the refs overturn that?

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