Big 12 / Pac 10 Challenge

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  1. clones_jer

    clones_jer Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know a site where you can see all the matchups and how things are playing out?

    ISU / OSU was the first game right?

    OkSU / Wash
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    Mizzou / Cal are in progress I beleive.
     
  2. Erik4Cy

    Erik4Cy Well-Known Member

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    Okie State is dominating Wash.
     
  3. clones_jer

    clones_jer Well-Known Member

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    So I just heard the announcers for the OkSU / Wash game saying following OkSU's assumed win the series would be tied 3-3.

    Now where is a site that shows all of this without flipping through everybodys schedule?
     
  4. iowastatechris

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    im a big fan of the pac 10/ big 12 format, it has produced some pretty exciting games this year ( and it got ISU a road win, and i'm always for that).
     
  5. bos

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    So how are we fairing so far against PAC-10 teams? Decent?
     
  6. cybsball20

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    Thursday
    Oregon 80 Kansas St. 77
    Friday
    ISU 71 Oregon St. 64
    Washington State 67 Baylor 64
    Saturday
    Oklahoma State 74 Washington 49
    Missouri at Cal
    Sunday
    Kansas at USC
    Arizona St. at Nebraska
    Stanford at Colorado
    Texas A&M at Arizona
    Texas at UCLA
     
  7. bos

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    Goooooo...so we are tied up I guess.
     
  8. jbhtexas

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    Well, you'd think you could go to the Big 12 website and find this info, but there doesn't seem to be anything about the challenge status there.

    The Big 12 website is lame. So, I took the opportunity to take their little fan survey to express my thoughts and suggestions. It looks like they are planning to revise the website soon, so it wouldn't hurt if more fans took the survey to express their ideas.

    click here: Big 12 Conference - Official Athletic Site
     
  9. Prone2Clone

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    Didn't OU lose to USC?
     
  10. MNclone

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    How did they do the pairings for this? Do they set it up according to everyone's record last year?
     
  11. isufbcurt

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    yes it was thursday night I watched the game from Okie.
     
  12. goldmember

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    Oklahoma lost to USC a couple of days ago, and Kansas beat Arizona earlier in the week. Were those games scheduled before the series was started?
     
  13. So, according to what KU fans around here have said the KU-USC game tomorrow isn't actually part of the series since it is the 2nd half of a home and home already scheduled but the KU-Arizona game that KU won last week is. I have no idea who is actually deciding what the official games are so take it for what it's worth.

    I think eventually they're going to get it down to 12 total games with 2 Pac 10 schools playing twice.
     
  14. Prone2Clone

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    Wow, Missouri was up 8 on Cal last night at the half and got outscored by 22 in the second half to lose by 14. It was at Berkeley, though.
     
  15. clones_jer

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    #15 clones_jer, Dec 2, 2007
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    Ok, here are the "official games" as far as I can tell from random internet searches.

    Nov 21, Washinton @ Texas A&M
    Nov 25, Arizona @ Kansas
    Nov 29, Oregon @ Kansas State
    Nov 29, Oklahoma @ Southern Cal
    Nov 30, Washington St @ Baylor
    Nov 30, Iowa State @ Oregon St
    Dec 1, Missouri @ California
    Dec 1, Washington @ Oklahoma State
    Dec 2, Texas @ UCLA
    Dec 2, Arizona St @ Nebraska
    Dec 2, Standford @ Colorado
    Dec 2, Texas A&M & Arizona
    Dec 22, Standford @ Texas Tech


    EDIT: The games in Red are not part of the 'official challenge games'.

    Series is 2-4 Pac 10
     
  16. chuckles

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    Well I'm not sure how accurate that is because I was watching the Arizona/Kansas game and they said that Arizona is one of the lucky teams that gets to play twice in the series, and they get Kansas and Texas A&M.
     
  17. clones_jer

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    I beleive its been said that Kansas had a prescheduled home & home with Arizona prior to the challenge being finalized. From what I've heard those are the only games (listed above).

    there is a suprising lack of information on this thing ... its like both conferences want to see how things play out before they talk about it.
     
  18. herbicide

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    Hopefully we'll get a USC game in Ames in the coming years. I'd like to see Floyd in a homecoming.
     
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    #19 iceclone, Dec 2, 2007
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    According to an ESPN story, the Arizona @ Kansas and Stanford @ Texas Tech are not part of the official challenge, or are referred to as "outside the 10-game series window":

    The full schedule for 2007:

    Thurs., Nov. 29, 2007
    Oregon at Kansas State
    Oklahoma at USC

    Fri., Nov. 30, 2007
    Washington State at Baylor
    Iowa State at Oregon State

    Sat., Dec. 1, 2007
    Washington at Oklahoma State
    Missouri at California

    Sun., Dec. 2, 2007
    Arizona State at Nebraska
    Stanford at Colorado
    Texas at UCLA
    Texas A&M at Arizona ​
    Source: ESPN - Big 12, Pac-10 will play 12 head-to-head games a year - Men's College Basketball

    Edit: I was wrong, there are really 12 games. See post below.
     
  20. clones_jer

    clones_jer Well-Known Member

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    I edited the list above ... I think the series is at 2-4 Pac 10 then?
     

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