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CUBuffs.com:Buffs To Face #9 UCLA & #2 Southern California In Los Angeles (Volleyball, UCLA 8:30 MT)

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  1. RSSBot

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    The Buffs are heading to Los Angeles to take on No. 9 UCLA and No. 2 Southern California this Wednesday and Friday.
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    BOULDER - The University of Colorado volleyball team is heading to Los Angeles to take on No. 9 UCLA and No. 2 Southern California this week.

    CU will face UCLA on Wednesday, Nov. 4. That match is scheduled for an 8:30 p.m. MT first serve. It will be broadcast on Pac-12 Network with Anne Marie Anderson calling the match and Amy Gant providing the color.

    On Friday, Nov. 6, the Buffs will take on USC in another televised match on Pac-12 Network. Anderson will again call the match with Holly McPeak serving as the color analyst. The contest is set for a 9 p.m. MT start.

    Colorado is 14-10 (6-6 Pac-12) after going 1-1 last weekend. The Buffs started the weekend with a 3-2 win over Oregon State before falling 3-2 to Oregon. The Buffs are tied for fifth in the Pac-12 standings with Arizona State.
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    Live video - on Pac 12 networks (National, Mountain and Los Angeles channels), and also available online at http://pac-12.com/live?network=P12NAT for those whose cable/ satellite subscription includes Pac 12 Network online access.

    Live Stats - http://www.uclabruins.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=30500&ATCLID=210276805
     
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  2. AztecBuff

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    Good luck to the vball team tonight at UCLA and Friday at USC!
     
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    UCLA gets the 1st 25-23. Just started watching late in the 1st set. Looks like the Buffs got robbed of a point at 22 all by a bad non-call, but even after that had their chances.
     
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    Another heartbreaking set loss, as the Buff lose the 2nd 24-26 after eeking out a 22-20 lead, but can't overcome a couple passing breakdowns. The Buffs had passing problems early, which led to a 5-10 deficit, but they fought back hard to make it a close set.

    Note- Defensive Specialist Gwen Herring must be getting healthy, as she actually played a little in one of the sets for her 1st live match action this year.
     
  5. Uncle Ken

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    this is horrible
     
  6. AztecBuff

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    Buffs end up getting swept, with the 3rd set being 17-25.

    UCLA looking great right now, especially seemingly digging everything defensively, and their serve killed the Buffs often (ended up with a BIG advantage in aces, and causing a lot of out of system plays for the Buff after serve receive). The Buffs showed a lot of positive play- hopefully they can bring that play against USC Friday, ideally with a few less errors.
     
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    3rd set was ugly. Appears they still miss the missing assistant coach. No fire at all in Set 3.
     

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