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2013 Utah Basketball Preview #1

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    Wednesday night was rough for both CU and the Pac-12.

    For the Buffs, RPI boosters Baylor and Wyoming both lost home games.* That Baylor loss especially hurts, as their season is about to hit a brick wall in the form of a difficult road trip to ISU and OSU.* (At least I got to see Sr. McDoucherton miss a wide-open look at the buzzer, costing his team the game.* Suck it, Heslip.) Wyo? Well, they're hoping to hold onto a spot in the NIT as their season quickly spirals out of control.* The two loses don't cripple CU's still sterling RPI, but it does seem a little softer than it did a few weeks ago.

    For the Pac-12, chaos reigns again as the conference's #1 and #2 squads each took it on the chin, losing to #7 and #9, respectively.* Holy hell Oregon, many thought you'd lose at Stanford, but did you have to twitch around like a heroin addict for 40 minutes?* Go home, Oregon, you're drunk.* Oh and UCLA?* No biggie, they just lost at home to a bogus USC squad run by an interim head coach.* On Reggie Miller night, no less. It's a good thing Bruins Nation is able to maintain composure in trying times such as these.

    Just generally a no-good night of fail.* At least Arizona held on Thursday night at Washington, maintaining some semblance of normalcy, but those are bye week concerns.* Tomorrow holds actual CU basketball to consume.* What could possibly go wrong?

    Tip-off from the Huntsman Center in beautiful Salt Lake City is set for 12:30 MT on Saturday.* Those with DirecTV are in luck, as ROOT will have the coverage.* If you can't find ROOT, Mark Johnson has you covered on 850 KOA.

    Click below for the preview...

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    Wednesday night was rough for both CU and the Pac-12.

    For the Buffs, RPI boosters Baylor and Wyoming both lost home games.* That Baylor loss especially hurts, as their season is about to hit a brick wall in the form of a difficult road trip to ISU and OSU.* (At least I got to see Sr. McDoucherton miss a wide-open look at the buzzer, costing his team the game.* Suck it, Heslip.) Wyo? Well, they're hoping to hold onto a spot in the NIT as their season quickly spirals out of control.* The two loses don't cripple CU's still sterling RPI, but it does seem a little softer than it did a few weeks ago.

    For the Pac-12, chaos reigns again as the conference's #1 and #2 squads each took it on the chin, losing to #7 and #9, respectively.* Holy hell Oregon, many thought you'd lose at Stanford, but did you have to twitch around like a heroin addict for 40 minutes?* Go home, Oregon, you're drunk.* Oh and UCLA?* No biggie, they just lost at home to a bogus USC squad run by an interim head coach.* On Reggie Miller night, no less. It's a good thing Bruins Nation is able to maintain composure in trying times such as these.

    Just generally a no-good night of fail.* At least Arizona held on Thursday night at Washington, maintaining some semblance of normalcy, but those are bye week concerns.* Tomorrow holds actual CU basketball to consume.* What could possibly go wrong?

    Tip-off from the Huntsman Center in beautiful Salt Lake City is set for 12:30 MT on Saturday.* Those with DirecTV are in luck, as ROOT will have the coverage.* If you can't find ROOT, Mark Johnson has you covered on 850 KOA.

    Click below for the preview...

    Read more »[​IMG]

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