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January 20, 2011 at 12:20 PM

Around the Pac-10: Thomas, Civil War and plenty of notes

Just about seven hours until you know what. Time to catch up on what’s happening in the Pac-10. Thank goodness there’s plenty of links to delve into today.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— Lots of stories about Isaiah Thomas. Here’s our write-up and here’s a piece from the Everett Herald, Associated Press and University of Washington.
— By the way, if you haven’t heard it’s a pretty big game tonight on Montlake.
— Here’s a few Arizona perspectives on tonight’s game: PointguardU.com, The Tucson Citizen and the Arizona Daily Star.
— Washington State sophomore Reggie Moore’s suspension ends tonight against Arizona State. Moore missed last Saturday’s game at Stanford as punishment for being charged with two marijuana-related misdemeanors on Jan. 4.
— Third-year Oregon State coach Craig Robinson, a Chicago native and Princeton graduate, and first-year Oregon coach Dana Altman, who spent the previous 16 years at Creighton, are just coming to grips how intense the Civil War really is. The interstate rivalry is the longest – 333 games – in college basketball.
California is bracing for big challenge tonight when the Golden Bears will try and stop UCLA’s vaunted front line that features freshman center Joshua Smith and sophomore forward Reeves Nelson.
— USC freshman Garrett Jackson is expected to receive more playing time now that freshman Bryce Jones has decided to transfer.
Malcolm Lee has emerged as UCLA’s defensive stopper.
— SI.com’s Andy Glockner takes a look at San Diego State’s chances of receiving a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. He also has four Pac-10 teams (UW, Arizona, WSU and UCLA) in the hunt for a tournament berth.

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