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While it sure did feel to me like we got hommer-ed in the Pac-12 tourney, I really feel like UCLA got the worst end of the stick for the seedings. Assuming that they can get my Minnesota, they are going to have to beat Florida in the second round. I haven't seen New Mexico play, and I'm hoping that we get by Belmont to play them, but I'm guessing off the top of my head that Florida would wipe the court with them.
Sore loser here. Normally I cheer for the PAC12 under any circumstance (obviously never for ASSWIPEU) and I have often defended UCLAs tradition in the PAC and noted that they are our big brother.
But I'm so pissed at losing to them three times this year, I hope they go down in flames. Kind of feel the same way about Oregon and Colorado. Until we can win the PAC-12, consistently and convincingly, I don't want anyone to be good. Need to regain our elite status and then when teams like Colorado and Oregon make the tourney I can pull for them. Finishing fourth just does not cut it.
"Arizona has no tradition" - Bill Walsh
"We have a tradition of kicking Bill Walsh's ass" - Teddy Bruschi
So, based on your logic I can only assume you took no pleasure in winning the 1997 National Championship? Check the league standings that year and then come back to reality.
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That was sweetest of all - we left the teams that finished ahead of us in the dust. What could be better? It was vindication. If that happens this year, I'll be very pleased - but I'm not holding my breath.
I see CatsinCo is perfectly happy 5-5 in the last 10 games.
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This post was edited by Mrzipityduda 13 months ago
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