Saturday, February 17, 2007


Look, we'll keep this simple. When Sasa Cuic and Marcel Jones combine for forty points, the Beavers are in any ball game. That was the case against Arizona in Corvallis, when OSU gave the Wildcats a scare before losing by six.

Against Stanford on Thursday, Cuic was 0-10 from the field and wound up playing only 17 minutes in a game that was never close. That's what Cal needs today at Haas (3 PM, FSBA and other regional stations).

OSU has the size over Cal (who doesn't?) with Kyle Jeffers in the middle along with Cuic and Jones. Jeffers has quietly turned in a very nice year on the glass, and he can pop for 10-15 on second-chance points. OSU will struggle, however, on defense matching up with the much quicker Bears. If Mr. Anderson is indeed back, then Cuic and/or Jeffers will struggle to keep up with him from the perimeter. And who guards Theo?

OSU gave Cal quite a scare in Corvallis, but that was with Jones having one of the best games of his career. The Beavs can't expect a repeat performance today, and we figure that OSU will struggle for offense. They've scored fewer than 60 points in four of their last five games. Let's make it five of six this afternoon.

California 67 Oregon State 59


At 7:16 PM, Anonymous Bowlbasaur said...

Go Bears!

Shouldn't have gone to OT, but I'll take it.

At 9:51 PM, Blogger T. said...

I love the way Christopher was attacking the basket and slashing through the zone. I didn't love that Ayinde and RA weren't.

I'm just glad we pulled one out when RA didn't have it and Ayinde looked passive except for a 3-5 possession stint in the 2nd half when he hit several big shots in a row, but it was Christopher who won this game with his energy and his forays to the basket

At 11:40 PM, Anonymous Ben said...

Christopher has provided the spark on offensive for the past couple of games, but today he did win the game for us. I think Ayinde provides cal with a calm stable presence that we need, while the freshman and Theo attack the basket, but it would be nice to see him attack more. I can't wait to see what our game looks like with some more dangerous big men like Devon.

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