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Pac-10 Player of the Year Candidates

February 26th, 2007
The following four candidates are the frontrunners for PAC-10 Player of the Year.

 

Arron Afflalo (6’5 Junior Guard, UCLA Bruins, 17.4 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 2.1 apg)

Expert Predictions: Feb 12-16

February 12th, 2007
Oklahoma State at Texas, Southern Illinois at Missouri State, Indiana at Purdue, and USC at Arizona

Who Will be Pac-10 Player of the Year?

February 6th, 2007

Daily Dribble: 1/05

January 4th, 2007

What a fun night of games.. thank goodness conference play is in full swing. I dont even know where too begin, too many good games to discuss.

Big day for USC, escaping with a 84-82 over previously unbeaten Oregon. A lot of weird stuff going on at the end of this game. Ernie Kent calling a horrific timeout right as his team was about to score the game-tying lay up. Then ESPN, who was covering the end of the game instead of Memphis-Cincy, cuts back to the studio and misses the ensuing basket. Is there really a need to cut back to the three shmos in the studio when the two local announcers were doing a fine job. Then you have a bad charging call called on Maarty Leunen driving to the hoop, followed by bad clockwork which favored the home Ducks. Finally, a horrible foul in the final second by USC against Aaron Brooks shooting a desperation three, but Brooks misses his 2nd of three free-throws which could have tied it. Despite the miss, can't blame the loss on Brooks, who had 27 points and a huge-NBA range three in the final minutes. For USC, its now 3 wins in the last two weeks over ranked teams (Oregon, Washington, Wichita State) and a 12-4 record. For Oregon, it was the type of close loss that plagued them all last year..

Pac-10 Weekly Notebook

December 27th, 2006

Pac-10 Weekly Notebook

December 19th, 2006

USC 79 - LBSU 61

November 25th, 2006

#39 USC Basketball Preview

October 2nd, 2006
Despite the tragic loss of PG Ryan Francis, the Trojans still return one of the best backcourts in the country.