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Pac-10 Student Section Power Rankings

pac10logo1We’ve seen the national rankings.  Now it’s time to break this thing on down in conference.  Where does your school stand?  Which Pac-10 student sections are the best?  The worst?  Counting down from ten to one, we bring you the 2009 Pac-10 student section power rankings.

10. Beaver Dam, Oregon State University. Can you blame them?  They’re being forced to watch Oregon State basketball, after all.  Which is why, for the most part, the OSU student body finds an excuse to avoid Gill Coliseum on game days.  When they do show up, they do little more than sit and make the occasional sound.  Perhaps they should change their name to “Beaver Dike,” because they’re in no position to stop floods anytime soon.

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Notes: Huskies in first place, Thoughts on “He Who Must Not Yet Be Named”

Husky Basketball: The Dawgs cruised into first place in the Pac-10 last night thanks to a UCLA loss, followed by a Husky victory.

The evening got off to a good start when UCLA was beaten by Arizona State (for the second time this season, no less) prior to Washington’s 8:00 PM tipoff. The Huskies then took care of business on their end by using a second-half surge to send the Oregon State Beavers across the state with a loss.

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Dawg Pack Road Trip: Oregon State

Two weeks ago we brought you an inside look at a fan’s perspective following the Huskies on the road. This week, we’ve started another series of Dawg Pack Road Trip chronicles, this time on the way to Corvallis to take on the Oregon State Beavers. Our guest author is Joseph Wood, a University of Washington student and Dawg Pack member.

Dawg Pack Road Trip, Part IV: Victory
By Joseph Wood

The start of the game is nearing and the arena is starting to fill up. Sadly Oregon State’s student section, the Beaver Dam, is still hardly capable of stopping any floods. Introductions start and we give our players the same treatment as if they were playing at home. OSU’s introduction come next, and the sparse crowd issues a pathetic cheer for each of the Beaver starters. Four voices in unison yelling “WHO CARES?!” penetrate the halfhearted support of the home crowd.

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