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Oregon State Basketball Preview #1: #YouCantWinAtAltitude

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    Ah, the sweet confines of the CEC. *After a up-and-down trip to Los Angeles, the Buffs return to the Front Range, ready to defend the best home court advantage in the West. *What you got for me, Ozzie?

    Mmmmm, that's some good metal ballad'n right there.

    We all know the Buffs*need*to make their hay at home to augment suspect performances on*the*road. *While the path to a league title may be washed out at this point, a top-4 finish and a second consecutive 20-win season are readily attainable goals. *The key to achieving them is sweeping, or coming damn close to, the conference slate at altitude (Utah included).

    Take care of business at home, and the rest will work itself out.

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    OK, so it's supposed to snow tonight.* Yes, that does make getting to and from the CEC a pain in the ass.* You know what: NO EXCUSES, PLAY LIKE A CHAMPION!

    There is no reason that those of Buff Nation in the Denver-Boulder area shouldn't be on campus tonight, cheering on the Buffs.* The team needs that crowd to be as good as it's been to sweep the Oregon schools aside, and that effort starts tonight.* We've created a reputation for the best home-court advantage in the West, now it's time to cement it.* Rain/sleet/snow, whatever, nothing can stop the CEC from foaming over.* GET YOUR ASS TO THE KEG!

    Tip-off is set for 7pm.* If you are afraid of snow, and don't want to deal with Boulder traffic while fighting your [FONT=&#39]chionophobia (look it up), then you're saddled with the 760AM broadcast and the soothing sounds of Mark Johnson.* No TV and no beer make Homer something, something...[/FONT]

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    Ah, the sweet confines of the CEC. *After a up-and-down trip to Los Angeles, the Buffs return to the Front Range, ready to defend the best home court advantage in the West. *What you got for me, Ozzie?

    Mmmmm, that's some good metal ballad'n right there.

    We all know the Buffs*need*to make their hay at home to augment suspect performances on*the*road. *While the path to a league title may be washed out at this point, a top-4 finish and a second consecutive 20-win season are readily attainable goals. *The key to achieving them is sweeping, or coming damn close to, the conference slate at altitude (Utah included).

    Take care of business at home, and the rest will work itself out.

    --

    OK, so it's supposed to snow tonight.* Yes, that does make getting to and from the CEC a pain in the ass.* You know what: NO EXCUSES, PLAY LIKE A CHAMPION!

    There is no reason that those of Buff Nation in the Denver-Boulder area shouldn't be on campus tonight, cheering on the Buffs.* The team needs that crowd to be as good as it's been to sweep the Oregon schools aside, and that effort starts tonight.* We've created a reputation for the best home-court advantage in the West, now it's time to cement it.* Rain/sleet/snow, whatever, nothing can stop the CEC from foaming over.* GET YOUR ASS TO THE KEG!

    Tip-off is set for 7pm.* If you are afraid of snow, and don't want to deal with Boulder traffic while fighting your [FONT=&#39]chionophobia (look it up), then you're saddled with the 760AM broadcast and the soothing sounds of Mark Johnson.* No TV and no beer make Homer something, something...[/FONT]

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