Honestly, the answer here is probably no when talking about the WAC tournament and any possible upsets in Round 1.
Some games could be closer than anticipated though. Hawaii could stick with Boise if things fall the right way. The Warriors got destroyed in Boise earlier this year and battled the Broncos at home. The Warriors battle everyone at home so that was not a huge surprise. I think they could beat the Broncos if all things fall into place. The key is Matt Gibson. If he plays a strong game as the Warriors' floor leader they can stick in it.
I also think Fresno State can stick with Nevada. The Bulldogs have a phenominal player in Kevin Bell and he'll score his points in this game. Him and Eddie Miller will have to be connecting from deep and will have to get something from their suppporting cast. But they are capable of playing a competitive game.
The Aggies whooped Idaho this year at the Pan Am. The Vandals have played better since but this game won't be close in the second half.
The play-in game tonight? I have San Jose State in a wide-open affair. Watch C.J. Webster pull down boards and score around the hoop for the Spartans. Kyle Gibson scores big for La. Tech but in order for the Bulldogs to win, they need to get a solid shooting night from JC Clark, something they got the other night in their win over the Spartans.
The game will be decided by who wins the battle between Clark and San Jose's Tim Pierce. Both can shoot the ball when in rhythm.
Looking forward to the tourney.