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Just wanted to mention that SC split its first two pac 12 road games...
They lost to Colorado 66-60 in Thursday... The Trojanswere plagued by too many turn overs.
Today, the beat Utah 76-59... USC controlled the entire game. The one negative was Oraby may have hurt his ankle... Ill have an update on that soon.
USC is now 7-10 overall and 2-2 in the conference play
Great to hear. A road victory should help the team's confidence. Seems like they're playing better now that we're in Pac-12 play.
Definitely going to be a far far less painful season than last year. Let's hope we can get at least the home game against the bRuins.
USC 2013-2014 All Sports Head-to-Head Record: 236-103-2 (0.695)
My USC Football Attendance Streak (Home and Away): 48
We've already doubled our conference wins!
We looked great tonight. Everyone played well, Dewayne was really on his game.
We shot ourselves in the foot in the Colorado game. I wish Terrell would find his stroke- we really need to develop an outside game to complement our big guys in the paint.
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Oraby came back in the game...he rolled his ankle afte blocking a shot.
Amazing how different the team looks when they are MAKING their outside shots and Jio is playing under control.
Yeah. Jio playing under control is one of the biggest issues for this squad. When he does, we almost always have a chance.
I'll pass this along here for any basketball fans who are interested.
The Pac 12 is having a much better year OOC, especially against the RPI Top 25.
Pac 12's numbers drop vs RPI 26-50 though.
Still, interesting to see that the Pac 12 has as many wins vs the RPI Top 25 (9)
as the ACC & Big East do combined. But I imagine the Big East & ACC still
get hyped to the hilt by ESPin. Also, only the Big 10 has played more
games vs the RPI Top 50 (49) than the Pac 12, who has played 48.
vs RPI-(1-25)--Pct. [26-50]-vs RPI 1-50
MWC...(5-11) .312 [6-8]......11-19 30g
Pac 12 (9-20) .310 [4-15]....13-35 48g
Big 10..(9-26) .257 [ 8-6 ]....17-32 49g
ACC.....(6-18) .250 [10-5]....16-23 39g
SEC.....(5-15) .250 [4-19].....9-34 43g
A10......(5-20) .200 [7-11]....12-31 43g
Big 12..(3-17) .150 [10-10]..13-27 40g
BEast...(3-21) .125 [10-12]..13-33 46g
Interesting. Thanks for this! I imagine we'll still get very few tournament invites.
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