Posts Tagged ‘Washington State’
It wasn’t easy at home but the Arizona Wildcats took care of business against Colorado and Utah. Two wins were needed; two wins were recorded.
Next up is a trip to the state of Washington with first place on the line. These are the games you look forward to as a fan. Big stakes mean big fun.
And big anxiety.
This Week in the Pac-12, Jan. 26: NoCal takes center stage and Arizona tries to return to winning waysThursday, January 26th, 2012
The one good thing about a conference without an elite team is it makes the race more interesting. If you just look at the numbers, eight of the 12 teams can say they still have a shot at the championship.
Last week the top tier eroded so now the league basically is one big middle with a few outlying bottom teams. Will anyone create a bit of separation the final week before the midway point in the Pac-12 season?
It wasn’t easy but the Arizona Wildcats won a Pac-10 baseball series away from home for the first time this season.
Elsewhere in the Pac-10, Oregon State got some help from its friends to extend the Beaver lead in the conference race.
In the stat department, the top of the league batting chart is getting crowded with Cats.
Last week the Arizona Wildcats picked up three easy non-conference wins at home. This week the UA baseball club hits the road, and hopes it can hit on the road.
At the top of the standings, I declared the title chase over after Oregon State no-hit UCLA but ASU isn’t letting go of its crown without a fight.