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2013 Cal Basketball Preview #2

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    Confidence. *Both the Bears and Buffs are brimming with it headed into tonight's game.

    For CU it's a matter of finally feeling comfortable on the road. *Winning three straight away from Boulder is almost unheard of for the program, but Tad Boyle's crew of road warriors have done just that.

    With Cal, it's a matter of simply being the hottest team in the West. *Since losing at the CEC in late January, the Bears have gone on a 8-1 run, which has*catapulted*them in Tournament and Pac-12 title contention.

    Yet, someone is going to have that confidence busted tomorrow night.* The winner will have the inside track for a top-4 seed in Las Vegas, along with an outside shot at stealing the regular season title. *The loser will have to look forward to playing on March 13th, while still fretting over bracketology for another week.

    There's plenty on the line in Berkeley - you may not have noticed, but the calendar now reads March. Things are getting serious...

    Tip-off from Haas Pavillion is set for 3pm MT tomorrow. *Coverage can be found on ESPNU. *Mark Johnson and the radio call have been bumped from 850 to AM760 as a result of Rockies spring training.
    For reference, my preview from the first game can be found*here.

    Click below for my preview of the rematch...

    Read more »[​IMG]

    Confidence. *Both the Bears and Buffs are brimming with it headed into tonight's game.

    For CU it's a matter of finally feeling comfortable on the road. *Winning three straight away from Boulder is almost unheard of for the program, but Tad Boyle's crew of road warriors have done just that.

    With Cal, it's a matter of simply being the hottest team in the West. *Since losing at the CEC in late January, the Bears have gone on a 8-1 run, which has*catapulted*them in Tournament and Pac-12 title contention.

    Yet, someone is going to have that confidence busted tomorrow night.* The winner will have the inside track for a top-4 seed in Las Vegas, along with an outside shot at stealing the regular season title. *The loser will have to look forward to playing on March 13th, while still fretting over bracketology for another week.

    There's plenty on the line in Berkeley - you may not have noticed, but the calendar now reads March. Things are getting serious...

    Tip-off from Haas Pavillion is set for 3pm MT tomorrow. *Coverage can be found on ESPNU. *Mark Johnson and the radio call have been bumped from 850 to AM760 as a result of Rockies spring training.
    For reference, my preview from the first game can be found*here.

    Click below for my preview of the rematch...

    Read more »[​IMG]

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