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Left Coast Report: Year of the Fat Boy

February 12th, 2008
Pac-12The Chinese New Year, the year of the rat (perhaps a good omen for Coach K), is upon us. However, on the west coast it is the year of a plumper, more rotund, creature – the fat boy. Armed with his sweaty back, gut swinging low-post drop step and point-blank lay-ins, the fat boy is all the rage in the Pac-10 and WCC.


Pac-10: All-January

February 12th, 2008

Without a doubt the hardest conference to determine its top monthly players is the Pac-10. This is especially true when it comes to the front court players, where such luminaries as Chase Budinger and Ryan Anderson didn’t make the cut. So after much deliberation, here is the All-January Pac-10 team.

Guard – Darren Collison – UCLA – JR
14.6ppg, 4.3apg, 1.9spg
Best game – Jan 26th – Oregon State – 33 points, three assists, three steals

Pac-10: All-Opening Month

December 11th, 2007

The Pac-10 is packed with talent.  The players that had to be overlooked for this list would easily make it on one of the other BCS conferences’ top five.  But, alas, there is only room for five, and once again the freshmen rule the day.


Daily Dribble: BCS Power Ranking

December 11th, 2007
ACCFollowing last week's High-Major & Mid-Major rankings, here is the complete 73 team BCS Power Ranking. Obviously a lot of potential NCAA Tournament teams in here, perhaps everyone in the Top 50 has a chance. The SEC is off to a very odd start, no one playing Top 10 basketball, yet its worst teams seem substantially better than the worst of the other leagues.

Daily Poll: Which Is the Best Big 12/Pac-10 Game?

December 2nd, 2007
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BCS Conference Predictions

November 17th, 2007
ACCCHN staffers predict the BCS conference champions.  Kansas is the lone unanimous pick amongst the 8 writers represented here. Other consensus picks (at least 6 votes) include UNC, UCLA, and Tennessee.

Pac-10 Preseason Media Poll

November 2nd, 2007


Daily Dribble: Top 25 Players in the Pac-10

October 25th, 2007

Continuing with the sometimes controversial and sometimes not Top 25 rankings of the major conferences. The Pac-10 is not only full of quality college players, but it seems like half the league is a possible NBA draft pick.

1. Darren Collison, PG, UCLA - The best player on the country's best team
2. Chase Budinger, SF, Arizona - Could approach 20 ppg in sophomore season
3. Brook Lopez, PF, Stanford - Academic issues mar what should have been breakout year
4. OJ Mayo, PG, USC - If Kobe leaves town, Mayo might become the best show in town

Daily Poll: Who Will Win the Pac-10?

October 10th, 2007

2008 Pac-10 Stats Preview

October 3rd, 2007

Today's mini-statistical preview features everybody's new favorite conference, the Pac-10. Each team writeup includes projected starting lineups, projected stats for each player, and a short comment. (Stats are listed in order of points, rebounds, then assists).


G Jerryd Bayless - 12, 3, 5
G Jawann McClellan - 15, 3, 3
F Chase Budinger - 20, 7, 3
F Jordan Hill - 8, 5, 0
C Kirk Walters - 8, 5, 1
6 Daniel Dillon - 3, 1, 2