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How bad is the Pac10?

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Davidson could probably win this conference.

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Well that's just not true. Yes more than half the conference is poo. But they still got some high quality teams.

California is an underrated team. Jorge Gutierrez is a hell of a ball player, although it seems like he's been there forever.

Oregon is also pretty damn good. Guarantee they'll make noise if they make the tourny. Team can flat out shoot the ball.

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Stanford over Colorado St. - that is the only RPI OOC t50 win for the P12. IIRC the record was 1-32. Cal and Washington are probably in now and Oregon can play its way there with a run to the P12 final. But if Washington gets in, I think Drexel should too.

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Bruins in the toilet hurts and with Tim Floyd not around to buy any Mayos lately Kevin O'neill is going to need more time to bounce the Trojans back.

Maybe "L.A." Larry Drew II can help bring back the Pac -lol

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Beavers 86, Huskies 84 - you can't spell Washington without NIT

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Naturally the P12 will end up with a bid thief - Arizona vs. Colorado

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