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Date Posted: 03/ 8/03 9:50pm
Author Host/IP: 126.96.36.199
Subject: Re: Tonights Games. LA Times has our record wrong
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Tonights Games. LA Times has our record wrong" on 03/ 8/03 4:02pm
Paul McLoed, apparently does not read his mail or is too ignorance to change. I wrote to him explaining the University's wishes to be know as Cal Poly and not as San Luis Obispo. Maybe he will get it right one day........we can only hope!!!!
These SoCal writers just suck!
>Seeding only per Saturday's L.A. Times. Does that
>determine our uniform color? Note that they
>transposed our conference record and always refer to
>us as "San Luis Obispo". I guess someone should bring
>them up on it....anyone? Buehler?
>March 8, 2003
>By Paul McLeod
>UC Santa Barbara (16-12, 13-4) at UC Riverside (6-17,
>5-12), 7, KEYT-AM (1250), KPRO-AM (1570), KUCR-FM
>(88.3) -- Santa Barbara could clinch its first
>outright Big West regular-season title with a win
>tonight. A loss coupled with an Irvine victory over
>Long Beach State would give each a share of the title.
>Santa Barbara has won 11 of its last 13 conference
>games. Riverside has a three-game losing streak and is
>not eligible to compete in the tournament until next
>Cal State Northridge (13-14, 7-10) at Idaho (13-13,
>9-8), 7, KCSN-FM (88.5) -- San Luis Obispo and Idaho
>have already determined that they will face each other
>in next week's tournament at the Anaheim Convention
>Center. Northridge is tied with Fullerton and Pacific
>for one of the final three seedings.
>Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (13-14, 7-10) at Cal State
>Fullerton (9-18, 7-10), 7 p.m., KWRM-AM (1370) --
>Fullerton would be better off finishing with the No. 8
>seeding at next week's tournament and facing No. 1
>Santa Barbara in the opening round. A loss tonight,
>coupled with victories by Pacific at Utah State and
>Northridge at Idaho, would accomplish that. Fullerton
>Coach Donny Daniels told his team that he doesn't want
>to lose 20 games this season. A loss tonight all but
>guarantees that. If Pacific or Northridge ends up tied
>with Fullerton, the Titans own the tiebreaker because
>of their victory at Santa Barbara and that means that
>Fullerton would open against either Irvine or Utah
>Long Beach State (5-21, 4-13) at UC Irvine (18-8,
>12-5), 7, KDOC-TV (56), KRLA-AM (870), KUCI-FM (88.9)
>-- Win or lose, Long Beach ends the worst season it
>has had since the 1985-86 campaign when the 49ers
>finished 7-22. Long Beach State is 0-13 on the road
>and has a three-game losing streak overall. Irvine
>owns the No. 2 seeding at next week's conference
>tournament and can get a share of its third
>consecutive Big West regular-season title with a
>victory if Riverside defeats Santa Barbara.
>If you want other stories on this topic, search the
>Archives at latimes.com/archives.
>>Poly is a lock for Idaho, not the #4 seed. Not that it
>>makes much of a difference but for what color they'll
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