Pac-10 Men's Basketball Round-Up: Jan. 10, 2009

Jan. 10, 2009

Solid Outing Evens Wildcats' League Mark
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Chase Budinger continued to work his way out of a shooting slump and tallied 24 points to help lead Arizona (11-5) to a weekend Pac-10 sweep with a 64-47 victory over visiting Oregon State (6-8) in a slow-paced and methodical game. [Read More]

Sun Devils Scorch Ducks, 76-58
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- One blowout victory at a time, Arizona State is looking like a contender in the Pac-10. [Read More]

Cal Wins Thriller In Triple Overtime At Washington
SEATTLE (AP) -- Patrick Christopher scored a career-high 27 points and had 11 rebounds, including the clinchers in the third overtime, and surprising California rallied in the second half and in each extra period to beat Washington 88-85 on Saturday in a wild fight atop the Pac-10 Conference. [Read More]

Cougars Top Stanford, 55-54
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Freshman Klay Thompson ignited the Cougars' second-half rally. Senior Taylor Rochestie hit a running 10-footer with 17 seconds left. And freshman DeAngelo Casto stuffed Anthony Goods' layup attempt with 7 seconds left as Washington State snapped a three-game losing streak with a 55-54 win over Stanford on Saturday night. [Read More]

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