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Basketball: A turkey of a day for Pac-12

By Jeff Faraudo
Thursday, November 24th, 2011 at 8:36 pm in Basketball, Pac-12 news.

No Thanksgiving dessert for these teams . . .

   – Harvard 75, Utah 47: The Utes (2-2) trailed by 25 points at halftime and never recovered in a gruesome  loss at the Battle 4 Atlantis in Nassua, Bahamas. Josh Watkins and Blake Wilkinson each scored 12 points for Utah, which committed 16 turnovers. The winners from the Ivy League actually used 17 players.

   – Fairfield 55, Arizona State 44: The Sun Devils (1-3) trailed 43-24 with 11 minutes left, rallied but got no closer than seven points in a loss at the Old Spice Classic in Orlando, Fla. Trent Lockett scored15 points for ASU, which had more turnovers (22) than field goals (17).  

   – Oklahoma 74, Washington State 59: Well, the Cougars (2-2) hung with the Sooners (3-0) for a while at the 76 Classic in Anaheim before they could no longer overcome 22 turnovers. Brock Motum had 13 points and Faisal Aden 12 for WSU, outscored 36-19 in the second half.

 

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  • Uh Huh!

    Wow.
    It’s amazing.
    The Pac10 used to produce national champions. What’s going on??

    Seriously, JF, what’s going on?

  • Rollonubears

    Harvard is legit. Sadly, Stanfurd is too.

  • SteveNTEXAS

    Stanford lost to Syracuse 69-63

    Washington State is losing to UNM early 12-2.

    IF this keeps up the Pac 12 won’t get many bids to the NCAA’s.

  • Rollonubears

    Syracuse is #5 an Stanfurd led until the last 2 minutes.