Thursday, December 28, 2006


We're off to Holiday Bowl festivities, but not before we leave you with some bullet points to ponder:
  • We're glad that Jay Heater shares our optimism about Longshore. Safety in numbers, you know. Dave Newhouse doesn't, but he's just being cranky.
  • The Pac is really taking it in the shorts so far this bowl season. It was a down year for the conference to be sure, but we're surprised with the margins of defeat considering the competition (Hawaii? FSU?). Read the game thread from BN for amusement - Dorrell's good will from the SC game has already evaporated over there.
  • We open the Pac schedule tonight at McKale. As noted earlier, we think UCLA's the best team in the conference, but Arizona is a more difficult match-up for the Hardin-less Bears because of their two active bigs - Radenovic and Budinger. Look for a fair amount of zone from Cal. Our only hope is that Arizona has a real off night from the perimeter, and Cal has big games from the big two (Anderson and Ubaka) and a third scorer (Wilkes?). Even that might not be enough. Prediction: Arizona 79 California 60
We hope you all have a great game in America's Finest City, or wherever you may be. See you tomorrow with the report card. Go Bears!


At 6:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's official: our offense has returned from the zoo. Go BEARS!!

At 10:54 AM, Blogger T. said...

Hey, it wasn't a terrible showing by the basketball Bears. To come back from down 27 at McKale. . . I'm not upset about losing by 9.


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