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November 17, 2007 at 10:26 PM

Not a great night for the Pac-10

Everybody might want to hurry up and get all those stories about how strong the Pac-10 is going to be this season in print because the conference is looking a little shaky.
The Pac-10 went just 2-3 today with Arizona losing at home to Virginia, Stanford dropping one at Siena and Oregon State losing to D-II Alaska-Fairbanks (not a good loss for Jay John).
Some of you might see this as good news, maybe showing some weakness in some of these teams that will open the door for UW down the road, and I guess you could argue that. I’ve always just figured it’s better for the conference to play well early, since it tends to raise the reputation of everyone (and RPI, etc.)
That’s a nice bounce-back win for USC, however, winning at South Carolina with O.J. Mayo scoring 29 points on 11-20 shooting.
UW plays the only game in the conference Sunday when it hosts Eastern Washington.

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