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March 10, 2010 at 8:38 AM

Plenty of Pac-10 Tournament links

It’s Tourney Time. Let’s start the day with links. And there’s lots of them so strap in.
— Oregon State coach Craig Robinson talks about Thursday’s rematch with Washington and tells the Gazette-Times: “We certainly can’t win a game in the 80s with them. It’s just clear. So we have to shore up our defense.”
The Oregonian quotes Robinson as saying: “The record shows they’ve had our number. … Some might say we’re due.”
— California is the No. 1 seed and favorite this week, but the Bears are thin roster could be thinner if defensive ace Jorge Gutierrez is unavailable.
— Here’s an overview from the Arizona Daily Star.
— The Kitsap Sun’s Howie Stalwick defends Washington State coach Ken Bone who has been raked over the coals on the message boards.
Vincent Bonsignore at the Pasadena-Star News writes the worst conference in the country will have the most exciting conference tournament in the country.
Michael Eaves at Fox Sports West will help call the games this weekend and he gives a quick overview.
— The Los Angeles Times says if Washington and Arizona State don’t take care of business this week, then it’s one and done for the Pac-10 when it comes to the NCAA tournament.
— The Bleacher Report handicaps the field. They also provide a look at 10 things you need to know.
BusterSports.com not only handicaps the field, but Nick Daschel gives his picks.
— Here’s a look from SBNation.com, which also provides a Player to Watch list.
The Score has an in-depth look at the tournament.
— These sites provide betting odds and says Cal is the favorite. However, this site predicts UW will win.

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