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Golden Nuggets: Pac-10 Media Survey

Thirty-one writers who regularly cover the Pac-10 participated in a survey on a variety of topics.  Here's a list of many answers given to the questions.  There are some pretty entertaining answers in there.

Cal fared well in writers' opinions:

Your choice for Pac-10 player of the year:
1. Jerome Randle, Cal 13 votes, 2. Landry Fields, Stanford 12, 3. Quincy Pondexter, Washington 6

Your five-man all-conference team: 1 tie. Landry Fields, Stanford 31, Quincy Pondexter, Washington 31, Jerome Randle, Cal 31, 4. Derrick Williams, Arizona 22, 5. Patrick Christopher, Cal 13,

The Pac-10's most entertaining player:

1. Jerome Randle, Cal 14, 2. Isaiah Thomas, Washington 6, 3. Venoy Overton, Washington 2
Also: Michael Dunigan, Oregon, Landry Fields, Stanford, Jorge Gutierrez, Cal, Quincy Pondexter, Washington, Tajuan Porter, Oregon, Klay Thompson, Washington St., Max Zhang, Cal, 1 each.

The Pac-10 coach of the year:
1. Herb Sendek, Arizona St. 18, 2. Mike Montgomery, Cal 8, 3. Kevin O'Neill, USC 3

A couple writers had a pretty good sense of humor.

If Oregon makes a change, your choice for the Ducks' next coach:
1. Mark Few 7, 2 tie. Steve Alford 2, Cameron Dollar 2, Scott Drew 2, Mike Dunlap 2, Bob Knight 2, Paul Westhead 2
Also: Randy Bennett, Todd Bozeman, Jamie Dixon, Tim Floyd, Steve Lavin, Mike Montgomery, Chris Mooney, Josh Pastner, Tony Rodham (Hillary's brother), Dave Rose, Reggie Theus.

Which Pac-10 player will be the best NBA player in five years?
1. Derrick Williams, Arizona 8, 2. Tyler Honeycutt, UCLA 7, 3. Klay Thompson, Washington St. 6
Also: Landry Fields, Stanford 3; Abdul Gaddy, Washington, Quincy Pondexter, Washington 2 each; Jayne Appel, Alex Stepheson, No one, 1 each.

After the jump we have more on the Pac-10 survey, the 2010 Big Game moves two weeks earlier, Monty talks Pac-10 tourney, Wilner looks ahead to the Pac-10 tourney, Braun congratulates Randle, and Gary Franklin Jr continues to shine.

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