No I don't really know. They've played 'em close the last 2 years and almost beat 'em last year on that emotional opener in Blacksburg. So, I expect it to be close, but it'll be a miracle if they actually win.
Ah yes I've heard of them....How many Cal States are there? Northridge, Berkeley, LA, Poly, Irvine, Riverside, Davis, Fullerton along with all the D-2 and D-3 schools there might be.
California has two systems of public universities--the California State University system which must have at least two dozen schools throughout the state by now and the University of California system which has I-have-no-idea how many sites throughout the state. The state university system includes some that you mentioned such as Northridge, Los Angeles, Fullerton, Cal Poly Pomona and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in addition to many other sites. The University of California system includes the University of California at Los Angeles, Berkeley, Irvine, Riverside, Davis and many other sites. Some cities such as San Diego and San Francisco have campuses of both systems. Then you have the private universities--Stanford, University of Southern California, Pepperdine and a host of others. And then there are probably hundreds of community colleges which have their own umbrella. It certainly would be simpler if California had a system similar to N.C. But that will never happen. If the number of schools seems overwhelming just remember that Los Angeles County alone has a larger population than many states including N.C.
I was at the game yesterday, and aside from the other students saying "**** Pat White! Go back to West Virginia and **** your cousin!" and other insanely hilarious insults, whenever the Pirates basketball coach came over the video screen, anything he said was overrun by boo's and such.