If Colorado beats Utah, and no one watches, does it really count? I guess so, the Ducks will take on the Buffaloes tonight.
The Pac-12 tournament can't get to Vegas soon enough. At least there'd be something to distract from awful basketball. Not that anyone showed up anyways.
Don't forget to download Dave's podcast from last night, where he talked Bracketology with SBNation's Chris Dobbertean.
- The Ducks know who they are going to play tonight in the Pac-12 tournament. Colorado "won" their game against Utah last night, so they'll play Oregon. Despite Colorado's poor performance last night, the Buffs aren't a team I'm real excited about playing, and they will be tough to beat.
- No need to remind the Ducks what is on the line: an NCAA tournament berth. The Ducks take a four-game winning streak into the tournament, and are a popular pick to win the tournament.
- Pac-12 fans are already getting excited for a Pac-12 tournament in Vegas next year, and the importance of that was driven home by the empty seats in Staples last night. But Larry Scott was quick to try and limit rumors. The most important thing is improving the product on the court, and last night didn't help anything.
- David Melo from FishDuck has a Q&A with former Oregon defensive back/return man Michael Fletcher, who was MVP of the 1999 team and first team all conference. I always enjoy these pieces, especially with those players that were part of the building process that have helped the Oregon football team get to where it is today.
It's a bit light today, so share anything else in the comments. GO DUCKS!