BERKELEY, Calif. ÷ Warm her up because the fat lady is about to explode.
Even though it's going to take a win tomorrow afternoon against Stanford to clinch the Pac-10 Conference title, by the talk of the Wildcat players in the locker room after the game, it's almost said and done.
Golden Bear hunting
Wildcats try and put an end to Cal's 17 game win streak at home
Before the season began, the Wildcats had three goals: Take home Pacific-10 Conference title, win the Pac-10 tournament and be crowned NCAA Champions.
Sophomore becomes second UA hoops player to depart top-ranked squad since start of Pac-10 play
Sophomore reserve forward Dennis Latimore left the UA basketball team yesterday before practice with his future plans undecided, said head coach Lute Olson.
Latimore, a 6-foot-8 native of Halstead, Kan., averaged 3.2 points and 3.1 rebounds in 23 games this season.
Frye emerging as full-court presence
Sophomore center Channing Frye was recruited out of high school based on the potential that UA head coach Lute Olson saw in the Phoenix native.
Olson projected that Frye would begin to shine during his junior season, but he was wrong.
Frye, the current Pacific 10 Conference Player of the Week, has emerged as a threat on the offensive and defensive ends in recent weeks.