PAC-10 Panty Raid – Abbreviated “Thong” Version

There are about a thousand more media outlets, (Are we a media outlet? If so, can we get invited to one of those “reporter” websites where we can get copy to use?), that can tell you everything you need to know about the PAC-10.  I would argue that the vast majority of you already know everything you need to know about the PAC-10 tourney.

(Cliff Notes – UCLA, Arizona, Oregon, Washington State, and USC are pretty much locks. Standford is most likely a lock, depending on how they do in the conference tourney. Washington needs to go crazy in the tourney to make it to the big dance.)

Since we are the ONE media outlet highlighting just the hotties,  let’s get to it.


James Keefe – UCLA
(Not much going on there, but he has a great smile.)


Bryce Taylor – Oregon
(his father was NBA journeyman Brian Taylor)


Angelo Tsagarakis – Oregon State
(He’s from France, which all the Ladies… need to know.)


Abdoulaye N’diaye – USC
(Nickname – Laye Favorite movies – Lord of the Rings)
(Hey, USC – Your school has a ton of money. Upgrade from CSTV.)


Tony Bennett – Washington State (Yes I know he’s a coach. Still hot.)
(PAC-10 coach of the year.)

See? Like a good thong, it covered just enough.   If if you excuse me, I am going to spending my night crying that Weber State beat Portland State, leaving me with just two hotties instead of three in the Big Sky Conference final.  (Although that Tyrone Bazzy not only is smart as I noted earlier, but he scored like 20 points yesterday in their win over Montana.)

9 thoughts on “PAC-10 Panty Raid – Abbreviated “Thong” Version

  1. I covered the hot VCU coach as well- and you better believe Quin Snyder is showing up in my Big XII post… even though he doesn’t even coach there anymore.

  2. I just saw the Cal vs UCLA game and if you are taking nominations for the all fugly team, I would like to nominate Lorenzo Mata. If you can imagine Christopher Guest playing a basketball player, and making that character uglier….you get Lorenzo….ick.

  3. And Tony is cool as the other side of the pillow – I worked with him at Wisconsin. He’s charismatic, intelligent, and kind.

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