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Pac-10 Rivalry is a blog for fans of the Pac-10 or fans of a team from the Pac.
I like to think of Pac-10 Rivalry as the spot for fans to not only keep up with their team, but keeping up and getting to know the teams yours will be playing from the conference.
hey, hope all is well... if you have a few mins. i'd greatly appreciate reading my newest article on the 2009 usc football team, thanks!
Breaking News: Wafer to Sign with overseas team
Please check out my brief report and let me know what you think of his decision.
SEC media policy makes it hard on fans, freelance journalists (of which many B/R writers are both). Thoughts?
Always enjoy the chance to do an interview- please check it out if you get a chance! Thanks!
Please check out my newest article - a guide to researching and referencing your articles in a professional manner. This is a must-read for all B/R contributors:
Comments/additions etc much appreciated.
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Congrats on the new program, then, and what better way to start the program off right than to beat the reigning champs!
We went through a similar situation when our stadium was being built last season. The field was playable, but the stands were replaced by construction equipment. We had to watch games from the concourse of the football stadium. Basically, every seat in the 2008 season was a nosebleed in the upper deck of right-center.
We averaged 100 fans per game. Good times.
One of the greatest reasons to keep that bit about "I think" on my profile is because of funny board posts like that. But seriously, it does bug me.
Good to see you representing the college baseball world, by the way. I'm in my last semester at a Sun Belt Conference school (Middle Tennessee), so the most exciting thing I have to look forward to is Tennessee and Vandy doing a home-and-home with us. We're not talking college World Series, but we have some big bats and a shiny new stadium to start us out 5-1.
Are you serious about Oregon not having a baseball program before? When did they get it back?
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