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Way too early Pac-12 MBB predictions for 2013-14

Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Buffnik, May 22, 2013.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Might be fun to look back on this in 9-10 months. Copy and paste from below for your post.

    Order of finish

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    12.

    Player of the Year:

    Defensive Player of the Year:

    Freshman Player of the Year:

    Coach of the Year:

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion:

    Tourney MVP:

    NCAA Tournament Teams:
     
  2. rosstr

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Oregon
    3. Colorado
    4. UCLA
    5. Washington
    6. Cal
    7. Utah
    8. Stanford
    9. Oregon State
    10. USC
    11. Arizona State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Spencer Dinwiddie

    Defensive Player of the Year:

    Freshman Player of the Year:

    Coach of the Year:

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP:

    NCAA Tournament Teams:
    Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, UCLA
     
  3. hsu

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. Stanford
    4. Oregon
    5. Cal
    6. UCLA
    7. ASU
    8. Washington
    9. USC
    10. Utah
    11. OSU
    12. WSU

    Player of the Year: Kaleb Tarczewski

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Huestis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Sean Miller

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Spencer Dinwiddie

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Colorado, Stanford, Oregon, Cal
     
  4. SECOBuffsFan

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. UCLA
    4. Stanford
    5. Oregon
    6. Cal
    7. USC
    8. Washington
    9. Arizona State
    10. Utah
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Spencer Dinwiddie

    Defensive Player of the Year: Kaleb Tarczewski

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Tad Boyle

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Askia Booker

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Colorado, Stanford, Oregon
     
  5. Medford M.

    Medford M. Well-Known Member

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. Cal
    4. Oregon
    5. UCLA
    6. Stanford
    7. Washington
    8. ASU
    9. USC
    10. Utah
    11. WSU
    12. OSU

    Player of the Year: Jahii Carson

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Heustis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Jabari Bird

    Coach of the Year: Tad Boyle

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Stanford

    Tourney MVP: Josh Heustis

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Colorado, Cal, Oregon, UCLA, Stanford
     
  6. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Order of finish
    1. Colorado
    2. Arizona
    3. Cal
    4.
    Washington
    5. Stanford
    6. UCLA
    7.
    Oregon
    8. Oregon State
    9.
    Arizona State
    10. Utah
    11. USC
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Spencer Dinwiddie

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Huestis


    Freshman Player of the Year:
    Nigel Williams-Goss

    Coach of the Year: Tad Boyle

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Spencer Dinwiddie

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Colorado, Arizona, Cal, Washington, Stanford, UCLA, Oregon
     
  7. wyobuff

    wyobuff Well-Known Member

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    Order of finish
    1.Colorado
    2. Arizona
    3.Oregon
    4. UCLA
    5. Cal
    6. Stanford
    7. Utah
    8. USC
    9. Washington
    10. Arizona State
    11. Oregon State
    12. Wazzu

    Player of the Year: the mayor

    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Josh Huestis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Tad

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Ski Booker

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Colorado, Arizona, Oregon, UCLA (cal = bubble)
     
  8. HawaiiBUFF

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    Order of finish
    1. Colorado
    2. Arizona
    3. Washington
    4. Cal
    5. Standford
    6. UCLA
    7. USC
    8. Oregon
    9. Utah
    10. Arizona State
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Spencer Dinwiddie

    Defensive Player of the Year: Wesley Gordon

    Freshman Player of the Year: Jabari Bird

    Coach of the Year: Tad Boyle

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Spencer Dinwiddie

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Colorado, Arizona, Cal, Stanford, Washington and UCLA
     
  9. Medford M.

    Medford M. Well-Known Member

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    Outside of the top 2, there's a ridiculous amount of variation amongst the final 10 spots.
     
  10. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Except for all of us having Wazzu in 12th.

    We probably all have ASU too low. But I really couldn't stomach picking them any higher than 9th. :lol:

    The thing with a lot of these other teams is that there was a lot of change for Cal, Oregon, Washington, UCLA and USC. Hard to predict that.

    And then there are the cases of Stanford and Oregon State. Give those rosters to Boyle or Montgomery and we'd be picking them higher than we are. Hard to have faith in teams that haven't done anything with what they've had and when there's a lot of reason to question Dawkins and Robinson.
     
  11. wyobuff

    wyobuff Well-Known Member

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    Apparently no one is as big on utah as I am for next year. I think they can really break through.
    Like nik said though, I think once again in the p12 there's going to be a small amount of distance at the top, a jumbled 4-10 slots, and a pair of bottom dwellers.
     
  12. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    I think Utah continues to improve, but I've got the P12 sending 7 teams to the Dance. Sending 2 or 3 to the NIT with winning records isn't out of the question. I'm expecting the conference to do very well in OOC play this coming season and then we'll beat up on each other with 3 or 4 teams fighting it out at the top.
     
  13. Medford M.

    Medford M. Well-Known Member

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    If I'm not mistaken, Utah is losing most of their top guys. I actually expect them to be worse next year.

    Just checked and they lose Washburn and Dubois. I thought there was another key loss, but I still see them being worse. I love Loveridge though.
     
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  14. BuffDog

    BuffDog Club Member Club Member

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    I hope Utah continues to improve so they can wear out teams a bit before they come and play us on Saturday.
     
  15. wyobuff

    wyobuff Well-Known Member

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    I think that utah got some pretty good recruits coming in this year - I think that it was someone tad had his eye on (unless im mistaking that for loveridge)
     
  16. Darth Snow

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. UCLA
    4. Oregon
    5. Stanford
    6. Washington
    7. Cal
    8. USC
    9. Oregon State
    10. Utah
    11. Washington State
    12. Arizona State

    Player of the Year: The Mother ****ing Mayor

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Heustis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Roll Tad

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Cal

    Tourney MVP: Some Cal Dude

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Zona, Oregon, Colorado, UCLA, Washington, Cal
     
  17. Medford M.

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    They signed 6 guys. 3 of them are JUCO. 4 of the 6 have no star rating at all and the other 2 are 3-stars.

    It's not a good sign when only one of your recruits has a profile picture on Rivals.
     
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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. UCLA
    4. Oregon
    5. Cal
    6. Stanford
    7. Washington
    8. Arizona State
    9. Utah
    10. USC
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Jahii Carson


    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Heustis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Larry Krystkowiak


    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Josh Scott

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Colorado, UCLA, Cal, Oregon
     
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    BuffaloSoldier76 Unsound Meat

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Colorado
    3. Oregon
    4. UCLA
    5. Stanford
    6. Cal
    7. USC
    8. Washington
    9. Arizona State
    10. Utah
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Damyean Dotson

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Heustis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Jabari Bird

    Coach of the Year: Sean Miller

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Colorado

    Tourney MVP: Spencer Dinwiddie

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, UCLA, Stanford
     
  20. Goose

    Goose Hoops Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Oregon
    3. Colorado
    4. Cal
    5. UCLA
    6. Stanford
    7. Washington
    8. USC
    9. Utah
    10. Arizona State
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State

    Player of the Year: Mike Moser

    Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Heustis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Jabari Bird

    Coach of the Year: Sean Miller

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Arizona

    Tourney MVP: Kaleb Tarczewski

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Cal, UCLA
     
  21. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    Moser shall rise from the ashes now that his nemesis is gone to the NBA?
     
  22. pachoops

    pachoops PacHoops Blogger

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. CU
    3. UCLA
    4. Stanford
    5. Oregon
    6. Cal
    7. ASU
    8. Washington
    9. Utah
    10. Oregon State
    11. USC
    12. WSU

    Player of the Year: Jahii Carson

    Defensive Player of the Year: Dominic Artis

    Freshman Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon

    Coach of the Year: Sean Miller

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: Arizona

    Tourney MVP: TJ McConnell

    NCAA Tournament Teams:
    Arizona, Colorado, UCLA, Oregon, Stanford
     
  23. wyobuff

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    Thats exactly what I was wondering. He hasnt been the same since that game in the pit.
     
  24. Goose

    Goose Hoops Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    That and I think he's in a good situation in Oregon. He has a badass PG in Artis, and Dotson will be shooting from the outside, so that should free him up a bit. My only question is Oregon's post play. Jordan Bell is going to be good, but not sure he's going to be ready to be "the man" as a freshman. But Moser's in a good situation to see his numbers go back up.
     
  25. mattrob

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    I think Dotson might be the most overrated player in the conference. I'm just not all that impressed with him. He's a solid role player, but I'm not convinced he'll take that next step.
     
  26. CVilleBuff

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    Order of finish
    1. Arizona
    2. Oregon
    3. Colorado
    4. Cal
    5. UCLA
    6. Washington
    7. Stanford
    8. USC
    9. Arizona State
    10. Utah
    11. Oregon State
    12. Washington State


    Coach of the Year: Sean Miller

    Pac-12 Tourney Champion: UCLA

    NCAA Tournament Teams: Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Cal, UCLA

    As far as I'm concerned, Stanford is incapable of making the Dance with their current regime and Cal is forever incapable of winning the Pac-12 Tournament.
     

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