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December 13, 2010 at 9:41 AM

Pac-10 Roundup: OSU’s Roberto Nelson makes his debut

After more than a year’s wait, Oregon State fans finally got to see Roberto Nelson on the court and frankly they had to be wondering what all the full was about. The redshirt freshman, who sat out last season due to academic eligibility issues, finished with just six points in an 89-69 win over Texas Pan-American.
Still, it was a much-needed impressive victory for the Beavers, which has been less than impressive this season.
Keep an eye on sophomore Jared Cunningham, who I believe will challenge for all-Pac-10 honors.

MONDAY MORNING LINKS:

— After a nearly two-week layoff, Stanford returned to the court and looked like a team that had taken nearly two weeks off. Cardinal star Jeremy Green went 0 for 8 in the first half, but rebounded after halftime to score 22 points and lead Stanford to a 55-48 win over UC Riverside.
— California lost 80-78 in the finals seconds at home to Southern Mississippi. The Bears led 3-68 with 3:25 remaining. Cal has dropped four of its last six games. Coach Mike Montgomery is two wins shy of 600 for his career.
— Maybe Washington should worry about San Francisco, it’s next opponent. The Dons managed just 35 points against Louisville last week, however, they toppled a pretty good Montana team 50-48 in overtime at home on Sunday. And they did it with rebounding, which has been the Huskies’ Achilles heel. San Fransisco dominated the glass 42-29. Keep in mind, Montana beat UCLA in Los Angeles last week and last year the Grizzlies nearly upset Washington at home.
— UW recruit Kevin Davis finished with nine points, nine rebounds, two steals and three turnovers in 20:48 minutes off the bench for Tacoma Community College. The Titans beat Seattle CC 81-67 on Saturday and improved to 3-0.

Comments | Topics: top 25, UCLA

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