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Big Doubleheader Day for CU Hoops Programs

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  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Tad Boyle and Linda Lappe, CU's first-year men's and women's hoops coaches, see Saturday night's twin-bill as bona fide yard sticks to measure their programs' progress over the past month.

    http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205042230&DB_OEM_ID=600

    Key Men's Games for Saturday, December 4th
    Oregon State at Colorado (8pm on ESPNU, AM 760)
    Oklahoma State @ La Salle
    Cal @ Iowa State
    Texas Tech @ Washington
    Pacific @ Texas A&M
    Harvard @ Michigan
    Longwood @ Marquette
    Davidson @ Citadel
    Fresno State @ CSU
    San Francisco @ CS Bakersfield

    Key Women's Games for Saturday, December 4th
    Illinois at Colorado (5pm on AM 760, BuffsTV)
    Kansas @ SMU
    Cal @ Texas A&M
    Tennessee-Martin @ Eastern Kentucky
    Central Michigan @ Evansville
    Drake @ North Dakota

    *As always, root for the teams on CU's schedule (in italics) because of the RPI boost when they win.
     
  2. Tractor

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    Will be there for both. Fu@k Nebraska :)
     
  3. CVilleBuff

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    Harvard only lost at Michigan 65-62 today. The ass-kicking they put on the Buffs is inexcusable, but it looks like they might be the best team in the Ivy League (woohoo!)
     
  4. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Women's team lost 59-63 to Illinois.

    Awful shooting night. Jeffery was 5/14 from the field and Spears was 6/18. As a team, we were only 4/19 from 3pt range.

    This is a game we needed to win. We should have beaten Illinois.
     

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