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Big Games Start to Shape Up the Pac-12

In a weekend overshadowed in most circles by football, the Pac-12 basketball season added some pretty interesting story lines. As twelve teams begin to position themselves for a weekend in Vegas there were more than a few games with heavy implications this past weekend and much to look forward to this week.   Arizona Thumps Utah Perhaps nobody in the country had looked as dominant as Utah has looked since…

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New Kings on the Block

It wasn’t long that long ago that Runnin Ute Basketball was an afterthought around Salt Lake City. It was once rumored that the Huntsman center was haunted. Passing coeds would occasionally hear strange thumps and screeching sounds, causing them to quicken their pace. Years later it was determined that a basketball game was happening, but nobody knew about it. Let’s clear something up, yes the first paragraph was a way for…

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Pac 12: What We Learned This Weekend

  Chances are if you’re like most red blooded Americans you spent your weekend watching the NFL playoffs. While I can’t blame you for that, you missed a great weekend of Pac 12 basketball as well. Here’s the 3 big takeaways from this past week that can catch you up on what’s happening in the Pac-12.       1. There’s a New #1   Nobody, not even Utah fans,…

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Pac-12 Basketball- No shortage of contenders

  As someone who is admittedly fairly new to basketball in the Pac-12 I’m eager to become a part of the following that already exists. Coming in to the seasons I have very few predetermined views of any of the 12 schools. In creating a preview I thought the only way for me to look at it was to predict the season outcome based solely on what has been accomplished…

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The Death of the College Football Hater

Below, is a portion of an article I was going to write, instead it has become the article. “Death of the Hater” If I learned anything early in the day, it’s that in no way was I in tune to the hatred and animosity towards the SEC. I’ve always been relatively pro-SEC despite the fact that outside of South Carolina I didn’t really have a vested stake in rooting for…

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