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Offline mvpreed2

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PAC-12 Programs: Buy Or Sell?
« on: January 13, 2018, 09:25:42 PM »
Since the site is sort of dry, I figure I add/create a series that we could use after each day/week of the PAC-12 season.
I call it "Buy or Sell" where you select a program that you would buy stock in (meaning they are regular-season contenders), or you would sell (meaning they are not contenders).
Since I am making this up, I will go first..

Colorado: After starting their PAC play with the Oregon schools going 0-2, they swept the Arizona schools, which most believe to be the two best programs in the conference. As I type this, they are appearing to split with the Los Angeles schools, losing to USC on Thursday and up 39-29 on UCLA right now at halftime. That would make two wins over what I thought to be preseason title contenders (Arizona/UCLA) coming into the season.
Oregon: One of my title contenders coming into the season, they have had an up and down start to their PAC-12 play. They split with the Mountain schools. Then lost to Oregon State by 12, beat #11 ASSU by 4, and took Final Four contender Arizona down to the final minutes in their 90-83 loss. Inconsistent play is not the best thing to have with the PAC apparently wide open this season after Arizona.


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    Re: PAC-12 Programs: Buy Or Sell?
    « Reply #1 on: January 13, 2018, 11:21:37 PM »
    Good idea Mypreed.

    Colorado- Besides the post game comments on Arizona, what's not to like about the Buffs in regards to a dark horse emerging in conference play. As said above, they beat the #4 and #14 ranked Arizona schools, and the second place Bruins all within the last week. The LA trip is always tough (thankfully the Arizona schools skip the trip to LA this year). The Buffs seem to have found a mojo.

    Oregon State- The Beavers started conference play at 2-1 with wins over rival Oregon, and Colorado. They are now 2-3 after getting swept on the road in Arizona. With wins against the Buffs and Ducks (both who have recently defeated top 15 teams), the Beavers have shown they are no pushover while also testing UA and Asu in hard fought games. Unfortunately for the Beavs, close won't change the W-L column as they now are on the negative end of the conference race after this week's games.

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    Re: PAC-12 Programs: Buy Or Sell?
    « Reply #2 on: January 13, 2018, 11:25:22 PM »
    Nice, I like it!


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