The Newsstand: 2003 Articles

Monday, December 22, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: NEW CAT FROM SERBIA LOOKS LIKE GOOD FIT
  • OC Register: TROJANS DISCOVER THAT WINNING HAS RECRUITING REWARDS
  • OC Register: COACH'S SON MIGHT END UP UCLA'S QB
  • Contra Costa Times: ONE SPECIAL KIND OF COACH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS BEGIN FINAL PREPARATIONS
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS WELL-STOCKED FOR PAC-10 SUCCESS
  • Oakland Tribune: BEARS ARRIVE IN PHOENIX FOR INSIGHT
  • Oakland Tribune: TEDFORD IS CAL'S PAPA BEAR
  • USA Today: USC WINS SECOND NCAA WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TITLE

    Friday, December 19, 2003

  • OC Register: TROJANS STREAK INTO NCAA FINAL
  • Contra Costa Times: RECRUITING VISIT TAKES TEDFORD TO AUSTRALIA
  • San Francisco Chronicle: A NOT-SO-FRIENDLY GHOST
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CHECK THIS OUT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HERNANDEZ IS READY TO TAKE THE NEXT STEPP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD LINEMAN TO GO PRO
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: KEGEL BACK UNDER CENTER
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES FRESHMEN RAPIDLY COME OF AGE
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S RODGERS LEAPS FROM SUB TO BOWL STARTER

    Thursday, December 18, 2003

  • OC Register: TROJANS FACE HISTORY TEST
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL HIT ROAD, TRY TO RECOVER
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN WELCOME CHALLENGE OF UCONN
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS PREPARE TO PASS TORCH
  • LA Times: USC VOLLEYBALL: A PERFECT INCENTIVE
  • Arizona Daily Star: STANFORD RESERVES ANSWERING CALL EARLY

    Wednesday, December 17, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: EXAM WEEK FOR UA
  • Tucson Citizen: O'HARA'S HOOPS DAYS NUMBERED
  • Contra Costa Times: TEAM HELPS SCHOOL BOUNCE BACK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PLAYERS GET A BREAK BEFORE HEADING SOUTH
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: BOB HOUBREGS
  • Arizona Republic: KRUGER HELPS KEEP ASU IN ORDER
  • Arizona Republic: QB THROWING PASSES TO DUNKERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: BIBBY CONTINUES TO PLAY TASKMASTER WITH TROJANS
  • LA Times: CHILD'S PLAY? ASU COACH MAKES IT SEEM SO

    Tuesday, December 16, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: PLAYING WITH PASSION
  • OC Register: SCRAMBLING FOR QUARTERBACKS
  • Contra Costa Times: LITTLE COMES UP BIG FOR STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD LEARNS A LESSON
  • The Oakland Tribune: DEFENSE KNOWS WHAT'S COMING
  • The Oakland Tribune: LITTLE IS PIVOTAL IN ROUT
  • USA Today: DIOGU QUIETLY LEADS SURPRISING ARIZONA STATE UP THE LADDER
  • Arizona Republic: DIRECTOR, 2 ASSISTANTS JOIN STOOPS' STAFF
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS BENEFIT FROM BIG-TIME ATMOSPHERE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON SETS ITS SIGHTS ON MINNESOTA THIS WEEK
  • LA Times: AP MAKES IT CONSENSUS
  • Seattle Times: REGGIE WILLIAMS HEADS FOR NFL
  • Arizona Daily Star: SPLIT ADAMS: CAT MIXES STYLE, SUBSTANCE
  • Arizona Daily Star: FOR GOOD OR BAD, SOPHOMORE GIVES UA RARE EMOTIONAL BOOST
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BEING SECOND FEELS LIKE NO. 1
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA BENCH FINALLY FILLS UP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DORRELL THINKS 'ITS'S A MATTER OF TIME'

    Monday, December 15, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS' WIN STREAK AT SIX
  • Tucson Citizen: GOT THAT 'TOURNEY' FEEL
  • Contra Costa Times: CARDINAL LETS GAME SILP AWAY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S LOSS ALL TOO FAMILIAR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: GREAT EFFORT, BUT POWELL FALLS SHORT OF SUMMITT
  • The Spokesman Review: TEXAS DEFENSE LOOKS FAMILIAR
  • The Oakland Tribune: DEDICATED LYMAN PLAYS ON WITH PAIN

    Friday, December 12, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: YOUNG COUGS REAP BENEFITS OF EXTRA WORK
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS NEED GOOD EFFORT ON BOARDS
  • Contra Costa Times: POWERS DANCES TO A DIFFERENT TUNE AT CAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD TRIES NOT TO LOOK PAST PACIFIC
  • LA Times: ROSE BOWL TICKETS ARE IN DEMAND
  • Seattle Times: WAR SPARKS BATTLE TO RETURN TO THE COURT
  • Arizona Daily Star: IGUODALA JOINS ELITE GROUP OF WILDCATS
  • San Jose Mercury News: NEXT STEP FOR STANFORD, CAL

    Thursday, December 11, 2003

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: NO. 5 LONGHORNS WILL BE NO HOLIDAY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU NOTES: COUGARS' DUNNING KICKS WAY TO ALL-AMERICAN STATUS
  • Tucson Citizen: LINDNER OVERCOMES BAD LUCK
  • Tucson Citizen : RECRUITS CATCHING PITCH OF UA COACH STOOPS
  • OC Register: NO HYPE, WILLIAMS DESERVES HEISMAN
  • OC Register: CARROLL WINS NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS HOPE TO SUSTAIN THIS YEAR'S HOT START
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WITH KRAAYEVELD OUT, UO TURNS TO FOUR-PLAYER ROTATION ON FRONT LINE
  • LA Times: COLLEGE LEADERS REJECT PLAYOFF IDEA
  • LA Times: CARROLL NAMED COACH OF YEAR
  • LA Times: HEISMAN ELUDES USC PAIR
  • Seattle Times: BCS: COLLEGE LEADERS TAKE HIGH ROAD BUT THEY'RE IN THE WRONG LANE

    Wednesday, December 10, 2003

  • TUCSON CITIZEN: TRIPLE-DOUBLE FOR IGUODALA
  • OC Register: HOWLAND SEEKS RELIEF FOR BOZEMAN
  • Contra Costa Times: SHOTS FALL FOR CAL IN EASY WIN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS ARE BACK FOR SECONDS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ALL-AMERICA HONORS FOR CAL'S MCARTHUR
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS' DUNNING KICKS WAY TO ALL-AMERICAN STATUS
  • The Oakland Tribune: MAGAZINE HONORS CAL'S MCARTHUR
  • USA Today: ARIZONA RULES MANHATTAN AGAIN, WRECKS TEXAS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S KOVESDY REGAINS CONFIDENCE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO PRESIDENT SEEKS BCS SOLUTION
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S KRAAYEVELD WILL DECIDE NEXT MOVE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: WILDCATS TAKE PAC-10'S REPUTATION INTO TOUGH WEEK
  • LA Times: FOOTBALL COACHES BACKED INTO A CORNER
  • LA Times: IN THE SCRAMBLE FOR NO. 1, ABC WILL GET A TWOFER
  • Seattle Times: KEGEL TO SHOULDER LOAD FOR COUGARS IN HOLIDAY BOWL

    Tuesday, December 9, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS SAYS BCS NEEDS FIXING
  • Tucson Citizen: OSLON SAYS POINT GUARD NEVER SHOWS NERVOUSNESS
  • Tucson Citizen : STOOPS SET SERIOUS TONE WITH UA PLAYERS
  • OC Register: BREAKING RANKS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW WOMEN FACE BIG TEST AT COLORADO
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FRESHMAN'S PLAY HELPS UW FIGHT PAST IRISH
  • The Seattle PI: FORMER UW LONG JUMPER GIVEN RECORD AFTER 40 YEARS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SUN BOWL FEATURES FAMILIAR FOES AS DUCKS, GOPHERS MEET AGAIN
  • LA Times: CLOSER INSPECTION REVEALS REALITY BYTES FOR TROJANS
  • LA Times: BLOOM IS ON AGAIN: ROSE BOWL WELCOMES USC-MICHIGAN PAIRING
  • Seattle Times: FUTURE DEFINITELY NOW FOR HUSKIES WOMEN
  • Arizona Daily Star: NEW MAN ON THE JOB
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS MUST BE READY TO TAKE ON WEIGHTY ISSUE IN OFF-SEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: LONGHORNS STEER CATS IN NEEDED DIRECTION

    Monday, December 8, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS' TOUGH LOVE
  • Tucson Citizen: STOUDAMIRE, IGUODALA KEY FOR CATS TO STAY ON TRACK
  • OC Register: USC GOES 1 AND OUT
  • OC Register: BCS FIASCO TARNISHES ROSE BOWL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HOW TROJANS GOT BOWLED OVER BY BCS
  • Contra Costa Times: TOP-RANKED USC GETS NO SUGAR
  • LA Times: USC IS CRUNCHED BY NUMBERS
  • LA Times: A BITTERSWEET TWIST: USC GOES TO ROSE, NOT SUGAR
  • LA Times: NEWS LEAVES TROJANS CRITICAL OF BCS
  • LA Times: NO. 1 AND DONE? IT DOES NOT COMPUTE
  • Seattle Times: BCS MESS A COUP FOR ROSE
  • Seattle Times: TEXAS NEXT FOR COUGARS
  • Arizona Daily Star: SOONERS' ADVICE TO CATS: BE PREPARED TO WORK
  • Oregonian: UO DRAWS MINNESOTA IN SUN BOWL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FRESHMAN'S PLAY HELPS UW FIGHT PAST IRISH
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS GET DATE WITH FIFTH-RANKED LONGHORNS
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES FRESHMAN HICHS STICKS NOTRE DAME
  • The Oakland Tribune: MCARTHUR CATCHES ON WITH BEARS
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD TOPPLES NO. 1 KANSAS
  • The Oakland Tribune: CLASSIC TRIUMPH FOR CAL

    Friday, December 5, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BUILDING A TRADITION
  • Tucson Citizen: NORTH TEXAS ASSISTANT JOINING STOOPS' STAFF
  • Tucson Citizen: UA EAGER TO START TOURNEY PLAY
  • OC Register: JUSTICE FAMILY LEARNS AT USC
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN MUST FIGURE OUT OFFENSE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S KRAAYEVELD MAY HAVE TO SIT OUT THE SEASON
  • LA Times: PRYCE HAS BEEN RIGHT FOR UCLA
  • LA Times: BCS: SUGAR AND SPICE
  • LA Times: ON THE BALL TRAINING IS PAYING OFF FOR TROJANS
  • Seattle Times: REVIVED UW VOLLEYBALL TEAM IS READY FOR NORTHWESTERN
  • Arizona Daily Star: OLSON: STOP THINKING
  • Arizona Daily Star: TIS' THE SEASON. . . WHEN WILDCATS STEP IT UP A NOTCH
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC RUNS STRAIGHT PAST LEARNING CURVE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: MORA LEADS UCLA INTO WOMEN'S SEMIS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS RETURN TO FIELD, AWAIT FOE
  • USA Today: OVERLOOKED OREGON STATE BELIEVES IT CAN END USC'S RUN

    Thursday, December 4, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA FOOTBALL: LOADS OF WORK TO DO
  • Tucson Citizen : UA QUARTERBACK JOINS BASKETBALL TEAM
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS OK DESPITE LOSS OF ISAIAH FOX
  • OC Register: AS GOES JACKSON, SO DO THE BEAVERS
  • Oakland Tribune: FRESHMAN CARRY CAL PAST IRVINE
  • USA Today: SHAKUR STARTS FAST AND FURIOUS FOR ARIZONA
    *Arizona Daily Star: RETURN TICKETS
    *Arizona Daily Star: QB O'HARA JOINS TEAM, FILLS HOLES
    *Oregonian: BEAVERS RESPECT, BUT DON'T FEAR, TROJANS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: TROJANS REMAIN A MYSTERY TO BEAVERS
  • LA Times: TROJAN VOLLEYBALL TEAM STARTS OUT AT THE TOP
  • LA Times: BOWL GAME GIVES UCLA A LAST SHOT
  • Seattle Times: BASKETBALL BUZZ IN AIR: ZAGS HAVE IT, UW WANTS IT

    Wednesday, December 3, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: WALTERS READY TO GROW
  • Tucson Citizen: FOOTBALL FANS IN A FRENZY FOR UA TICKETS
  • OC Register: QUALITY PARTS
  • OC Register: BRUINS GET INVITATION TO SILICON VALLEY BOWL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FOR STANDOUT FRESHMAN, THE GAME IS IN THE GENES.
  • The Seattle PI: ZAG'S LOSS IS UW'S GAIN WITH TALENTED ROY
  • USA Today: HOWLAND TRIES TO REVIVE UCLA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: CALIFORNIA CAUGHT IN EARLY SEASON GOLDEN BEAR TRAP
  • Seattle Times: DOOR IS SHUT ON HUSKIES' SEASON
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS HAPPY FOR HOLIDAY, SAYS DOBA
  • Arizona Daily Star: SURGERY SHELVES FOX FOR SEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: SCHOOL FEELING BENEFITS ALREADY
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS KNOW WHAT THEY'RE UP AGAINST
  • Oregonian: DUCKS HAPPILY ACCEPT A BID TO SUN BOWL
  • San Jose Mercury News: A GAME PLAN FOR STANFORD
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA GETS CHANCE TO GO BOWLING
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: JOURNEY TO THE CENTER

    Tuesday, December 2, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS'$650 AVERAGE FOR PAC-10
  • OC Register: LEINART IS 1ST, USC 2ND
  • OC Register: ROAD STILL UNCLEAR
  • Contra Costa Times: BOWL INVITE PROVIDES INSIGHT TO CAL'S RISE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL HOPES TO GET ITS KICKS IN INSIGHT BOWL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BRAUN EXPECTS KIDS TO MATURE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WILL WAIT ON CHILDRESS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HOST STANFORD SHOOTING FOR THIRD STRAIGHT NATIONAL TITLE
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS GET THEIR HOLIDAY
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL GAINS INSIGHT INTO POSTSEASON
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS RETURN TO LATE-SEASON PRACTICE MODE
  • LA Times: A LEADING QUESTION: USC OR LSU?
  • LA Times: NOT-SO-MERRY GO-ROUNDS: RILEY GRATEFUL FOR SECOND CHANCE AT OSU
  • Seattle Times: BARTON FIGHTING SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITIONS
  • Seattle Times : WSU SAYS 'YES' TO HOLIDAY BOWL
  • Arizona Daily Star: FOX WILL HAVE KNEE SURGERY, SIT NEXT GAME
  • Arizona Daily Star: MILD CATS COULD USE OLD-STYLE TOUGHNESS TO FIND THEIR WILD SIDE
  • Arizona Daily Star: LIAW BRINGS EXCELLENT CREDENTIALS TO UA
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS ACCEPT BOWL BID
  • San Jose Mercury News: CHILDRESS EXPECTED TO MISS FOUR WEEKS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA NOT SURE ON WAY TO SAN JOSE

    Monday, December 1, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS CONFRONT WEAKNESS
  • Tucson Citizen: A HUGE CHALLENGE
  • OC Register: LUCK OF IRISH LATEST BCS FACTOR FOR USC
  • Contra Costa Times: INSIGHT SET: CAL-VA. TECH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BOWL PICTURE GETS TRULY HOKIE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FIRST A TEST, THEN FINALS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD BEGINS DIGGING OUT
  • The Seattle PI: MINUTES SCARCE FOR DEEP HUSKIES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT COULD FIND UW, SIMMONS
  • Arizona Republic: STOOPS NAMED HEAD COACH AT UA
  • Arizona Republic : KOETTER RETHINKS A LOSING SEASON
  • LA Times: TROJANS DON'T FRET OVER BCS
    *Arizona Daily Star: NEW ATTITUDE A TOP PRIORITY
    *Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS HOPES TO PULL OFF HIS THIRD COUP BY REBUILDING UA'S DESERT SWARM DEFENSE
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: COMMITTEE DID CATS NO FAVORS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TOP-SEEDED USC PREPARED TO TRAVEL

    Wednesday, November 26, 2003

  • The Seattle PI: UW BOWL STILL UP IN AIR
  • The Oakland Tribune: TYRONE'S RETURN IGNITES PASSION
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL PRODUCES 90 POINTS FOR FIRST TIME IN SIX YEARS
  • Arizona Republic : A WORK IN PROGRESS: ASU'S WALTER STILL SHAPING HIS FUTURE
  • LA Times: THE DNP ZONE: WALK-ON HOFFART LOVES BEING A BRUIN
  • LA Times : WILDCATS ARE STILL TOP DOGS
  • Seattle Times: LIKELY TOO LATE FOR HUSKIES TO GO BOWLING

    Tuesday, November 25, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: WARNING: CATS READY TO RUN
  • Tucson Citizen: OLSON FULFILLS GOAL SET 500 WINS AGO: DEVELOP PROGRAM, NOT MERELY TEAM
  • Tucson Citizen : COACH HUNT DISTRACTS AS ASU LOOMS
  • OC Register: OLSON GETS 500TH VICTORY AT ARIZONA
  • OC Register: USC STILL A SHAKY NO. 2
  • OC Register: BRUINS STILL HAVE WORK TO DO ON BOWL
  • Contra Costa Times: SUCCESS MAGNIFIES NEED FOR BETTER FACILITIES AT CAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD SAYS HE LOVES JOB, WANTS MORE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD SWEEPS CROSS COUNTRY TITLES
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS END DROUGHT, CLAIM ROAD VICTORY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU'S ROSE BOWL HOPES ALIVE BUT SLIM
  • USA Today: STANFORD SWEEPS TO CROSS COUNTRY CROWNS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS LOOKING DIRECTLY AT THE SUN BOWL
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES WON'T HESITATE IF ASKED BY SILICON BOWL
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS 15TH IN BCS, SEEM HOLIDAY BOUND
    *Arizona Daily Star: LUTE LOGS 500TH WIN
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS SEEKING TO END UC-SANTA BARBARA'S HOME STREAK AT 25
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: SUN DEVILS' KOETTER STARTING TO REALIZE MEANING OF RIVALRY
    *Oregonian: WINNER OF BEAVERS-PILOTS GAME GETS TO PLAY ON
    *Oregonian: DUCKS WON'T PLAY FOR A WHILE, BUT THEY'RE NOT OFF

    Monday, November 24, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: LUTE NEARS ANOTHER MILESTONE: 500TH AT UA
  • Tucson Citizen: COACH SEARCH STEALS THUNDER FROM ASU GAME
  • Tucson Citizen: OLSON MORE WORRIED ABOUT TEAM'S POISE THAN NUMBERS GAME
  • OC Register: PATH NOT YET CLEAR FOR USC
  • OC Register: STRAIGHT-ARROW DIOGU STILL KNOW HOW TO HOOP IT UP
  • OC Register: ROSE BOWL'S AFFAIR WITH BCS COOLS OFF
  • San Francisco Chronicle: COMPLETE CARDINAL CRUISE PAST FORDHAM
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS ARE LOOKING FOR INSIGHT
  • The Seattle PI: UP-AND-DOWN SEASON ENDS ON HIGH NOTE FOR UW
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: THORNY FINISH FOR COUGS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: VICTORY WORTHY OF CAMPAIGN SLOGAN FOR UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: MCARTHUR, MCCLESKEY VOTED TOP CAL PLAYERS
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S MCARTHUR CATCHES BIT OF GREATNESS
  • Arizona Republic: OLSON SEEKING WIN NO. 500
  • Arizona Republic: EVANS LIKES WHAT HE SEES OUT OF BRAXTON
  • LA Times: UPWARD AND ONWARD: USC SHOULD MOVE TO NO. 2 IN BCS
  • LA Times: FOCUS ON FUTURE BECOMES UCLA BATTLE CRY
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES WERE SPOILERS
  • aSeattle Times: COUGARS MUST MOVE FORWARD AFTER TOUGH LOSS
    *Arizona Daily Star: LUMBERJACKS HOPE FOR SLUMBER FROM CATS
    *San Jose Mercury News: EMERGENCY SURGERY FOR STANFORD QB
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: SUGAR BOWL NO GUARANTEE FOR USC
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC TALKING TITLE, NOT BOWLS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: FUTURE IS FOR WHOM?

    Friday, November 21, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: HANKWITZ GETS FORMAL INTERVIEW
  • Tucson Citizen: REVIVED WILDCATS HAVE HOPES FOR POSTSEASON
  • OC Register: ABOVE AVERAGE
  • OC Register: TROJANS ARE BIG KIDS ON THE BLOCK
  • OC Register: TROJANS LOOK FOR LITTLE THINGS
  • OC Register: BRUINS SEEKING SOFT SPOTS
  • Contra Costa Times: RODGERS A STEADY HAND FOR CAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WHAT WE NEED IS ANOTHER TROMBONE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL 'D' RECOVERING FROM WIPEOUT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: MCARTHUR TURNS INTENSITY INTO BIG YEAR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TRUE BLUE, BUT BALANCED ANALYST PAWLAWSKI TO WORK BIG GAME
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S 'FASTER' GAME FINE WITH LONEY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BROOKS READY TO EXHIBIT HIS SKILLS IN REAL GAMES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S CLEMENS HAS EMERGED AS STARTING QB
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU'S ANDERSON HAS REBOUNDED AFTER ROUGH START
  • LA Times: CARROLL: HE'S PRO USC
  • LA Times : USC MEN'S BASKETBALL: LEARNING TO SHARE
  • Seattle Times: TREASURE ISLANDS: HUSKIES TAP SOUTH SEAS FOR TALENT
  • Arizona Daily Star: WHIRLWIND INTERVIEWS ON AGENDA
  • Arizona Daily Star: NCAA BID POSSIBLY ON LINE FOR CATS
  • Oregonian: BROOKS APPEARS TO BE PERFECT FIT FOR DUCKS
  • Oregonian: THIS MATCHUP MADE IN OREGON
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS' HIDDEN ASSET
  • San Jose Mercury News: ELEVATED EXPECTATIONS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DIFFICULT TO WATCH
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS DRILL VMI 66-46
  • The Spokesman Review: THIS BAND OF BROTHERS CREATES AN ALBUM OF UNPARALLEDLED SUCCESS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: A TURNAROUND IN PULLMAN
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: MOTIVATION COMES IN ALL SHAPES
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S STANDUP GUY
  • The Seattle PI: RELUCTANT AT FIRST, DOBA NOW A COACH OF YEAR FAVORITE
  • The Seattle PI: ROLLINS FOLLOWS DREAM TO UW
  • The Seattle PI: YOUNG UW WOMEN EXPECT BIG THINGS
  • The Oakland Tribune: MULLER WAS A MAN AMONG BOYS
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL VETERAN SEES NICE MIX OF OLD, NEW
  • The Oakland Tribune: EXPERIENCED STANFORD HAS HIGHER GOALS THIS SEASON
  • USA Today: WOW FACTOR SIMPLY DOESN'T COMPUTE

    Thursday, November 20, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: KATHLEEN 'ROCKY' LAROSE: UA'S HEADHUNTER
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA'S COACH SEARCH HEATS UP
  • OC Register: USC-UCLA IMPACT CAN LAST A LIFETIME
  • OC Register: TROJANS EXPECT MORE
  • OC Register: A DOUBLE-EDGED RIVALRY
  • OC Register: DORRELL'S NOT READY TO SHELVE OFFENSE
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD, TEEVENS ON DIFFERENT PATHS TO THE BIG GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS' RODGERS IS SHINING AS SOPHOMORE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL'S LEWIS PERSEVERES, REGAINS STARTING JOB AS SENIOR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECTATIONS, INJURIES BOTH HIGH FOR VANDERVEER'S TEAM
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECTATIONS LOW FOR CAL WOMEN
  • Arizona Republic: SEASON OF DISCONTENT FOR SUN DEVILS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU'S MEEUWSEN MAN OF FEW WORDS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OTHERS HAVE PLENTY TO SAY ABOUT LEWIS WHILE HE STAYS MUM
  • LA Times: CITY COURTSHIP: USC-UCLA GAME CAN AFFECT A RECRUIT'S DECISION
  • LA Times: DORRELL CHARGES FORWARD HIS WAY
  • Seattle Times: END OF THE LINE FOR REGGIE WILLIAMS?
  • Seattle Times : WSU'S DAVID BACKS UP TALK
  • Arizona Daily Star: WHO'S THE LEADER?
  • Arizona Daily Star: COACHES SAY TROJANS DESERVE BETTER IN BCS
  • Oregonian: TATTOOS AND TRUST
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD SEEKS A RETURN TO TOP
  • San Jose Mercury News: REBUILDING PLANS DIFFERENT AT CAL, STANFORD
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WHEN UNDERDOGS ATTACK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC-OKLAHOMA IN '04?
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU SENIORS: BRING ON UW
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: CUNCH TIME FOR SENIORS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS TO DEBUT UNDER NEW COACH BENNETT TONIGHT
  • The Oakland Tribune: A LIFELONG BOND TO BIG GAME GREW FROM TAP ON HEAD

    Wednesday, November 19, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: THE HIGH COST OF A NEW COACH
  • OC Register: USC RUNS SMOOTHLY WITH 'THE COMMITTEE'
  • OC Register: NAGURSKI FINALIST BALL FOCUSES ON SACKING USC
  • Contra Costa Times: COACHES LIKE BOWLING FOR EXTRA PRACTICE TIME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS' TRIO OF FRESHMAN COULD BRING DOWN THE HASS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: LEANER CARDINAL ARE LOOKING TO STAND TALL WITH INSIDE GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ECHEMANDU BOUNCES BACK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: POWELL'S TOUGH SEASON BOTH ON, OFF THE FIELD
  • The Spokesman Review: A GREAT DEVELOPMENT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FOR KEGEL, ALL'S NOT FORGOTTEN ABOUT LAST YEAR
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WILLIAMS NOT WSU'S ONLY WORRY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PICKETT WANTS 3RD CUP WIN
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: CHRIS ROWLAND
  • The Seattle PI: APPLE CUP 2003: KEGEL'S CUP RUN OVER
  • The Oakland Tribune: BAY AREA FANS HEAR DOUBLE SHOT OF STARKEY
  • The Oakland Tribune: MOTHER REMAINS A TOWER OF STRENGTH FOR CAL'S STRANG
  • The Oakland Tribune: RESILIENT CARDINAL ON THE ROPES
  • Arizona Republic: DIOGU AMONG THE BEST, BUT ASU STILL A QUESTION MARK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CIVIL WAR TO HELP UNRAVEL BOWL PLAN
  • LA Times: THE RIVALRY: UCLA VS. USC
  • LA Times: PAPADAKIS, STEVENS PUT COLOR IN RIVALRY WEEK
  • Seattle Times: LOCAL COUG FAN SIGNING UP FOR 'GAME DAY'
  • Seattle Times: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: WSU HOPES EFFORT YIELDS VICTORIES
    *Oregonian: OREGON STATE'S SEIGLER EXPRESSES HIMSELF
    *Oregonian: DUCKS KEEP TONGUES, EMOTIONS IN CHECK
    *San Jose Mercury News: CAL'S STAR TAILBACK RETURNS TO LINEUP
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS' ROGERS STANDING IN WAY
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: HANCE WONDERS 'WHAT IF?'
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: PERCEPTION IS TRIVIALITY
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS SAY HOW THEY RANK

    Tuesday, November 18, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: PICKING FOOTBALL COACH BIGGEST TASK JIM LIVENGOOD MAY FACE AS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
  • OC Register: TROJANS TAKE BCS HIT
  • OC Register: HEAD GAMES PLAY ROLE IN RIVALRY
  • OC Register: MESS ISN'T ALL DORRELL'S DOING
  • Contra Costa Times: BOWL BERTH RIDING ON THE BIG GAME
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS ON THE RISE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD ADMITS IT--HE'S NOW A CAL MAN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEEVENS REALIZES HE CAN'T DO EVERYTHING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECT A FORMUL BIG GAME
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS REMAIN 10TH; BOWL SCENARIO UNSURE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: DIVIDED LOYALTIES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU, UW FANS PLAY WAITING GAME
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: CAL BEARS SUDDENLY DISCOVERED FANS IN PULLMAN
  • The Oakland Tribune: BOWL HOPES ON LINE IN BIG GAME
  • Arizona Republic: PRESEASON OPPONENTS UNDER FIRE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO WOMEN MAKE OPENING STATEMENT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SMITH NAMED TO WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CIVIL WAR: FOR OSU, IT ALL STARTS WITH JACKSON
  • LA Times: EYEING THE PAST: DORRELL HOPES SUCCESS AS A PLAYER CARRIES OVER TO BRUINS
  • LA Times: THIRD-ANDLONG FOR TROJANS
  • LA Times: PLASCHKE: FAIRNESS ABSENT IN THIS SYSTEM
  • Arizona Daily Star: TIMING COULD BE EVERYTHING AS LIVENGOOD TRIES TO SECURE NEXT COACH TO LEAD WILDCATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA VOLLEYBALL
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WILD VS. BRADY BUNCH
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: ARIZONA AD, CHOW TALK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS' LINEMEN WILL HAVE TO RALLY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: EMOTIONAL SIDE OF DORRELL CRACKING THE SURFACE

    Monday, November 17, 2003

  • OC Register: USC LOSING GROUND IN BCS
  • OC Register: BRUINS, NOT TOLEDO, IN A BAD PLACE
  • OC Register: VICTORY WOULD END MISERY
  • Contra Costa Times: FRESHMEN SENSATION
  • Contra Costa Times: CARDINAL HOPES TO GET FULL SEASON OUT OF DAVIS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DURING BIG GAME WEEK, THERE'S MORE, MUCH MORE, THAN JUST THE BIG GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD LOOKS READY AFTER EXHIBITION ROUT
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S STEWART HAS STINGER, WILL SKIP UA GAME
  • Arizona Republic: FORMER PLAYERS RECALL WULK'S LOYALTY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CIVIL WAR HAS FESTIVE IMPLICATIONS
  • LA Times: USC VS. UCLA: IN NEED OF A FUN RASIER?
  • Seattle Times: APPLE CUP: COUGARS EAGER FOR ULTIMATE TRIUMPH
  • Seattle Times: GILBERTSON STAYS, SAYS HEDGES
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS TONE DOWN RHETORIC FOR APPLE CUP
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS BOWL'EM OVER
  • The Seattle PI: 2003 APPLE CUP: IT'S SWEET AGAINST SOUR
  • The Seattle PI: UW SENIORS STEP UP IN ROUT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU, UW FANS PLAY WAITING GAME
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: MILESTONE FOR PICKETT, WILLIAMS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: TO DOBA, IT'S NO JOKING MATTER
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS' NEW CAST GETS SAME OLD RESULT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: KEGEL ASKS SWOGGER TO RELIEVE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: DUNNING KICKS WAY TO A RECORD
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL EXPLODES IN RECORD DAY TO ROUT UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: TEDFORD AND BEARS MAKE A POWERFUL STATEMENT
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL GETS READY FOR SEASON WITH EXHIBITION ROUT
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Oregonian: BEAVERS, DUCKS WILL BOTH HAVE HANDS FULL
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC COULD DROP IN BCS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: NEW GOAL: USC SPOILER

    Friday, November 14, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS MAY LEAVE OU EARLY
  • Tucson Citizen: COULD CHOW REBUILD UA'S PROGRAM?
  • OC Register: SILENCE OF THE LINE
  • OC Register: RISE 'N' SHINE?
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD BREAKS BOWL SILENCE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WINS FINAL TUNEUP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: YOUNG STANFORD UNIT TURNING INTO FINE LINE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: JAMES' GANG TO BE ON HAND FOR BERKELEY HOMECOMING
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: GENATONE'S PLAYING DAYS IN PULLMAN ARE ALL OVER
  • The Seattle PI: NOT ALL HUSKIES STRUGGLING
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL TIGHT END OUT FOR SEASON
    *Arizona Republic: USC PUNTER, TOPS IN NATION, RARELY USED
    *Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER OPENS NCAA PLAY
    *Eugene Register-Guard: UO TOUTS FORRISTALL AS 'IMPACT' PLAYER
    *Eugene Register-Guard: BRUINS HOPE TO TURN IT INTO RUSH HOUR
    *LA Times: COUGARS LIKELY CHOICE OF ROSE BOWL
    *Seattle Times: MIDDLEMAN MAKES HIS MARK
  • Arizona Daily Star: TROJAN HORSE
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS STILL HAUNTED BY MIS-CAL-CULATION
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DEFENSE MAKES DO WITH FILL-INS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CAUTION EARNS OLSON A START

    Thursday, November 13, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : STOOPS IN FRONT FOR UA JOB
  • Tucson Citizen: UA TO USE ITS VETERANS
  • Tucson Citizen: USC DEFENSE SOMETHING WILD
  • Tucson Citizen : ARIZONA NEEDS SWEEP ON OREGON TRIP
  • OC Register: CHOW MIGHT BE AUDITIONING AT ARIZONA
  • OC Register : HOWLAND ERA BEGINS WITH EXHIBITION VICTORY
  • Contra Costa Times: TWO CAL RECRUITS SIGNED AND DELIVERED
  • San Francisco Chronicle: GILBERTSON'S COMFORTABLE AS HUSKIES' HEAD COACH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S LEMON IS IN BUSINESS
  • The Spokesman Review: RECEIVERS MUST STEP UP FOR WSU
  • The Seattle PI: UW WANTED CAL PASSER
  • The Seattle PI: CARROLL PROVES CRITICS WRONG
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: IT'S BACK TO BERKELEY FOR GILBERTSON
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR GUARD MIHLHAUSER
  • The Oakland Tribune: GILBERTSON TRYING TO FIND STABILITY
  • Arizona Republic: DIOGU ON PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S MOORE STAYS ON TRACK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S BOWL FORMULA SIMPLE: JUST WIN
  • LA Times: BCS PRAYERS MAY BE ANSWERED WITH TCU
  • Seattle Times: BOOKER, SIMONSON NOT UNNOTICED BY TEAMMATES
  • Seattle Times: IS BCS ABOUT TO GET HORNSWOGGLED?
  • Seattle Times: SWOGGER READY IF KEGEL IS NOT
    *Arizona Daily Star: COACHING LIST LIKELY WILL BE PARED TODAY
    *Arizona Daily Star: McCLELLAN, AUSTRIALIA GUARD SEND LETTERS OF INTENT TO UA
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: IT'S ALL ABOUT W'S NOW; CATS MUST WIN 4 of 5
    *Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
    *Oregonian: MEMORIES TO BUILD ON
    *Oregonian: MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
    *Oregonian: GROVES ROLLS WITH CHANGES AT UCLA
    *Oregonian: KENT CALLS DUCKS' SIGNEES EXCEPTIONAL
    *San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD GUARD'S NEW PAIN
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC'S QUIET MAN
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: INJURED NAZEL'S DECISION ON SEASON EXPECTED TODAY
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: HAVING A BALL AGAIN
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: ANTI-FUMBLE DRILLS FOR DREW

    Wednesday, November 12, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: KEGEL SAYS HE'S READY FOR SATURDAY
  • The Spokesman Review: CAPTAIN GIVES BACK TO GAME
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S PICKETT: 'I'M THE QUARTERBACK HERE'
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ROMAR REMINISCES AIA
  • The Oakland Tribune: TEDFORD DEFENDS HIS CALLS
  • The Oakland Tribune: COMPLETE OSU AWAITS STANFORD
  • Arizona Republic: DIOGU WILL SIT OUT EXHIBITION
  • Arizona Republic: ASU FROSH ADJUST TO COLLEGE TOGETHER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10'S BIGGEST HEADACHE IN BCS MESS? TCU
  • LA Times: LEINART PROVING TO BE A PRETTY TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW HIMSELF
  • LA Times: UCLA BASKETBALL: IT'S MORE THAN AN EXHIBITION
  • Seattle Times: GILBERTSON HAS BEEN HERE BEFORE
  • Seattle Times: READY FOR ACTION, SENIOR LEADS UW MEN'S SOCCER TEAM
  • Seattle Times: KEGEL SAYS HE'LL BE READY TO WING IT
  • Arizona Daily Star: INTO SMITH-EREENS
  • Arizona Daily Star: USC'S CARROLL RESPECTS CATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS TAILBACK SAYS CARDINAL SHOULDN'T BE SO CERTAIN
  • Oregonian: DAY IS PUTTING A LITTLE LIGHT IN DUCKS' SEASON
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HOWLAND'S DEBUT ANYTHING BUT JUST ANOTHER EXHIBITION
  • San Jose Mercury News: CAL, STANFORD SOMEHOW IN BOWL HUNT

    Tuesday, November 11, 2003
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS HOPING TROJANS CAN BE SURPRISED
    *Arizona Daily Star: KOETTER CONFIDENT TEAM WILL FINISH WELL
    *Oregonian: DUCKS' SECONDARY IS BEGINNING TO SHOWCASE ITS DEPTH, STRENGTH
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: DORRELL REVERSES FIELD ON UCLA QB

  • Tucson Citizen : UA WANTS TO MAKE GOOD ITS SPOILER ROLE
  • Tucson Citizen : BELL'S 222-YARD GAME PUTS 1,000-YARD SEASON IN REACH
  • OC Register: UCLA QB SOAP OPERA GETS ANOTHER SPIN
  • Contra Costa Times: HUSKIES QUELL TALK OF QB
  • San Francisco Chronicle: POWE'S 27 SPARK BEARS
  • Arizona Republic: CAL POLY UP FIRST FOR ASU WOMEN'S SOCCER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO FOOTBALL HOPES TO CAPITALIZE ON RESURGENCE
  • LA Times: CHANGE OF SIGNALS FOR BRUINS: OLSON WILL START
  • LA Times: USC NO. 2, SIGHING HARDER
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES BLAMING THEMSELVES
  • The Spokesman Review: BENNETT ERA AT WASHINGTON STATE BEGINS WITH WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: POWE NETS 27 POINTS IN CAL EXHIBITION WIN

    Monday, November 10, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : CATS ENVISION FALL OF TROY
  • Tucson Citizen : HANKWITZ DESERVES A SWING ON GOAL POST
  • OC Register: USC'S LEAD OVER OHIO STATE WEAKENS
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD, BEARS LAMENT MISTAKES AFTER LOSS TO OREGON
  • San Francisco Chronicle : KATELY PASSES BIGGEST TEST
  • Arizona Republic: CELLAR DWELLERS STILL ON TV
  • LA Times: CHOICE STILL CLEAR TO COACH
  • Seattle Times: QB SITUATION HAS UW UP IN ARMS
  • Seattle Times: KEGEL DOUBTFUL FOR ASU
  • The Spokesman Review: SWOGGER LIKELY STARTER AGAINST ARIZONA STATE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PICKETT, WILLIAMS PUT UP BIG NUMBERS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: A CHANCE TO FINALLY PLAY A REAL LIVE OPPONENT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: A WIN ONLY A COUG COULD LOVE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SMITH PROVIDES WSU NEEDED GROUND CONTROL
  • The Seattle PI: KIDS' GAME FOR HUSKIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: BEARS' LATE STUMBLE LEADS TO OREGON WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD FINDS ITS OFFENSE IN WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: INJURIES PILE UP IN CARDINAL WIN
  • Arizona Daily Star: WIN STREAK OF 1 RESTORES DIGNITY

    Friday, November 7, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : UA PICKED 1ST BY MEDIA, IN LEAGUE STRONG 'TOP TO BOTTOM'
  • Tucson Citizen : YOUNG GUNS MAKE WEST WILD
  • Tucson Citizen : UA'S BELL RINGING UP YARDAGE
  • Tucson Citizen: WIN OVER NO. 6 UCLA WARM-UP FOR NO. 1 USC
  • OC Register: BRUINS AWAIT COLD TRUTH
  • Contra Costa Times: MCARTHUR SLIPS UNDER RADAR AS HE NEARS RECORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle : ROSE TRADITION IN JEOPARDY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD SAFETY LEADS BY EXAMPLE

    Wednesday, November 5, 2003
    *Tucson Citizen : TONIGHT AT 7: RED-BLUE SCRIMMAGE
    *Tucson Citizen : PAC-10 COACHES GIVE TIPS ON BUILDING STAFF
    *OC Register: GROOTEGOED ON THE MEND
    *OC Register: WARE ABLE TO PRACTICE, MIGHT RETURN SATURDAY
    *Contra Costa Times: BACK IN OREGON'S TRAIL
    *San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD TO FACE OLD TEAM
    *San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL KEEPING THEIR COOL.

  • Eugene Register-Guard: TEDFORD THANKFUL FOR REPRIEVE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS GRUDGINGLY GET SECOND BYE WEEK
  • Eugene Register-Guard : FOOTBALL BECOMING HELLISH FOR SUN DEVILS
  • LA Times: UCLA CARVING A NEW IDENTITY UNDER HOWLAND
  • Seattle Times: MIDDLING HUSKIES' BOWL ISN'T EASY TO FILL
  • Seattle Times: MEN'S BASKETBALL: HOW FAR CAN HUSKIES GO? LOOK INSIDE
  • Seattle Times : KEGEL PENCILED TO START WITH PARTIALLY TORN KNEE
  • The Spokesman Review: HE'S GOT COUGARS' BACK
  • The Seattle PI: WITH ALEXIS INJURED, FUTURE IS NOW FOR UW
  • The Seattle PI: COUGAR QB KEGEL AILING BUT EXPECTS TO PLAY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FOR PAUS, POISE PLAYS A BIG PART
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES PLANNING TO MAKE THIS BASKETBALL SEASON A YEAR TO REMEMBER
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL COACH TEDFORD, FOUR AIDES HEAD BACK TO OREGON
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD HAS SCORE TO SETTLE WITH ASU
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS IN '03: A REVOLVING DOOR
    *Arizona Daily Star: ADAMS A WILD CARD FOR CATS' OFFENSE
    *Oregonian: SEASON IS ON THE BRINK FOR DUCKS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC'S GAIN IS ROSE BOWL'S LOSS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC SPREADS RECRUITING NET NATIONWIDE
    *Long Beach-Press Telegram: WARE TO RETURN AGAINST COUGARS

    Tuesday, November 4, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA FOOTBALL COACH SEARCH
  • Tucson Citizen: THREE ARIZONA FRESHMAN TO START AGAINST LATVIANS
  • Tucson Citizen: NCAAS STILL IN REACH OF UA VOLLEYBALL TEAM
  • OC Register: A TASTE OF SUGAR
  • OC Register: GUYS WITH COMPUTERS DON'T SCARE CARROLL
  • OC Register: WILLIAMS, LEINART GET HEISMAN LETTERS
  • OC Register: MOORE REMAINS BRUINS STARTER
  • Contra Costa Times : CAL RUNS RIGHT UP THE CHARTS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' SMALL MISTAKES REMAIN BIG PROBLEM
  • LA Times: USC IS IN BCS SWEET SPOT
  • LA Times: USC RISES TO NO. 2 IN BCS STANDINGS
  • Seattle Times: PAUS MAY GET FIRST START ON SATURDAY
  • Seattle Times: UW WOMEN EXPERIENCE WIDESPREAD KNEE INJURIES
  • Seattle Times: WSU'S DROP IN BCS MAY HURT ROSE BOWL CHANCES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ALEXIS' RUN AT UW OVER
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES WON'T FRET IF PAUS STARTS
  • The Seattle PI: NOT ALL IS LOST, DOBA SAYS
  • The Oakland Tribune: MCGRATH AT HOME ON SPECIAL TEAMS
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD TAKES ON NEW LIFE
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA MEN'S BASKETBALL
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: ASU's KOETTER GETTING TOUGH DURING PRACTICE

    Monday, November 3, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : UA HAS A MODEL FOR REBUILDING
  • Tucson Citizen : PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE: USC INSPIRED, HOPES FOR NATIONAL TITLE AFTER WSU ROUT
  • OC Register: TROJANS OUTLOOK SUGAR-COATED
  • OC Register: DORRELL UNDECIDED ON QB
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FORWARD KEEPING EYES STRAIGHT AHEAD.
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 MIGHT GET TITLE SHOT
  • Arizona Republic: DEVILS' SPIRIT BROKEN BY BEARS' SHELLACKING
  • LA Times: UCLA'S SEASON IS ON THE LINE DURING NEXT STRETCH
  • LA Times: MAYBE IT ISN'T GOOD BYE FOR USC
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES FIND NEW STRENGTH AFTER WIN OVER DUCKS
  • Seattle Times: USC'S FUTURE LOOKS SWEET
  • Seattle Times: DOBA: EVERY ROUT HAS SILVER LINING
  • The Spokesman Review: DESPITE LOSS, ALL IS NOT LOST FOR COUGARS
  • The Spokesman Review: WSU ALIVE IN RACE FOR ROSES AFTER 'B' GAME
  • The Seattle PI: NOT IN OUR DAWGHOUSE, UW SAYS WITH WIN
  • The Seattle PI: COUGARS REFOCUS AFTER LOSS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PAUS TO THE RESCUE FOR UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: MCCLESKY GETS CAL ROLLING TOWARD WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: BEARS DOMINATE ASU; BOWL BID WITHIN REACH
  • USA Today: SOUTHERN CAL SET TO GRAB NO. 2 BCS SPOT
  • USA Today: USC MAKES STRONGEST ARGUMENT FOR SUGAR BOWL APPEARANCE

    Friday, October 31, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA HAS EARNED ITS POSITION AS GROUNDBREAKER
  • Tucson Citizen: FATHER FACES SON IN UA-OSU GAME
  • OC Register: WILLIAMS PREFERS TO DROP AWARD TALK
  • Contra Costa Times: PATIENTLY WAITING IN THE WINGS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER SENIORS SEEK TOURNEY BERTH IN FAREWELL
  • Seattle Times: CUNNINGHAM GETS HIS CHANCE
  • Seattle Times: WSU'S KNOTTS IS BIG, PLAYFUL AND FULL OF FIGHT
  • The Spokesman Review: CENTER SHELFORD OFF THE SHELF FOR COUGS
  • The Seattle PI: TWO QB'S ARE BETTER THAN ONE FOR OREGON
  • The Seattle PI: COUGS POLISH ROAD FACE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WHO'S NO. 1?
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: USC-WSU: IT'S BIG CITY VS. SMALL-TOWN AMERICA
  • The Oakland Tribune: FOOTBALL RUNS IN BLOOD OF ASU FRESHMAN KELLER
  • USA Today: DOBA, KEGEL PLAY LEAD ROLES AT WASH. STATE

    Thursday, October 30, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : ARIZONA FOOTBALL: MORE CHANGES AHEAD
  • OC Register: CENTER BYERS A TOP CATCH
  • OC Register: SWITCH TO RIGHT GUARD A BOOST FOR BROWN
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL DEFENSIVE END NOW STARING IN OWN HIGHLIGHT REEL
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD RECEIVER KEEPS PLAYING DESPITE BURDEN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: THERE ARE TWO SIDES TO CAL SAFETY GUTIERREZ
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS FACE TALL TASK IN WILLIAMS
  • The Spokesman Review: HUSKY FRESHMAN RECEIVER MAN NEED TO STEP UP PLAY
  • The Seattle PI: DEATH, TAXES, AND STANDFORD
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: IF THE SPANDEX FITS ...
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: EARLY ARRIVAL HELPS DUCKS TANDEM
  • The Oakland Tribune: NO. 3 QUARTERBACK HAS TOUGH JOB
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD LOOKS FORWARD TO REMAINING HOME SLATE
  • Arizona Republic: KELLER READY TO SHOW HIS TRUE SELF
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEATING UW TAKES ATTITUDE AND APPTITUDE
  • LA Times: HOW STRANGE IS BCS? USC ROOTING FOR NOTRE DAME
  • LA Times: TROJAN STYLE: ADJUST IN TIME
  • Seattle Times: QB SUCCESS SEEMS A SNAP FOR WSU, USC
  • Seattle Times: DUCKS HAVE STUCK WITH A QB ROTATION
  • Seattle Times: STRESS FRACTURES END BROCKMAN'S CAREER

    Tuesday, October 28, 2003

  • OC Register: WELL-HEALED MOORE READY TO DO MORE
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S FATE RESTS ON THE ROAD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HUGE ENDOWMENT HELPS STANFORD.
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: DUCKS DOWNPLAY LAST YEAR'S GAME
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS RISE TO 8TH IN BCS

    Monday, October 27, 2003
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS PLAY RAY'S WAY FOR A YEAR
    *Arizona Daily Star: CAL DEBACLE HAS FAMILIAR RING FOR UA
    *Oregonian: FANS SHOULD JUST RELAX AND ENJOY THE FUN
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: POLL VAULTING UNLIKELY

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS' V-BALL GETS BETTER 'N' BETTER
  • OC Register: NO. 3 BUT NOT FEELING SPECIAL
  • OC Register: DREW BREAKS AWAY AS 'HOT BACK'
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 RACE IS GETTING TOUGHER TO DECIPHER
  • The Seattle PI: COUGARS BANGED UP AFTER WILD WIN OVER OSU
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ONE THAT GOT AWAY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: OFFENSE FEELS BEAT UP
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: LUNDE'S BREAKOUT RESCUES KEGEL
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S O-LINE STARS IN WIN OVER 'CATS

    Friday, October 24, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: HAGAN 'THE MAN' IN ASU ATTACK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: KENT IMPRESSED BY YOUNG DUCKS
  • LA Times: ONE LOSS HELPS THE ONE-LOSS TEAMS
  • Seattle Times: UW'S REGGIE AND USC'S MIKE WILLIAMS: FRIENDS OR FOES?
  • Seattle Times: AKEY'S ENERGY KEEPS WSU DEFENSE FLYING TO THE BALL
    *Tucson Citizen: UA-CAL SERIES ALWAYS FULL OF WILD FINISHES
    *OC Register: SARTZ GETS A STARTING SHOT
    *OC Register: LEISLE COULD INSPIRE BRUINS
    *San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD CENTER KNOWS TRICKS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BALL
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: EX-SAHUARO STAR ROBERTSON LEARNS TO ROLL WITH ROLE
    *Oregonian: JACKSON GETS EVEN HARDER TEST
    *Oregonian: CARDINAL GOING WITH LEWIS AT QUARTERBACK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: IT'S A CATCH-22
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: MURPHY ALREADY ON USC'S CENTER STAGE
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: LEISLE IS ABLE TO SHOULDER LOAD, WILL START VS. ASU
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA's OFFENSE HAS BEEN WAY OFF
  • The Spokesman Review: 'THIS IS IT' FOR HARRIS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FREDERICK BREAKS OUT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: IT'S DAD'S WEEKEND FOR COUGS
  • The Seattle PI: ONE OF A KIND: REGGIE AND MIKE WILLIAMS...
  • The Seattle PI: EX-UW COACH OWENS SALUTED

    Thursday, October 23, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: ROBERTSON READY TO PITCH IN FOR THE BEARS
  • Tucson Citizen: CHANGE IN DEFENSE HELPS CATS STOP LONG SCORING PLAYS
  • OC Register: BALANCED ATTACK
  • OC Register: BROWN GOES FROM DEFENSE TO OFFENSE
  • OC Register: USC FACES TALL ORDER IN HUSKIES' WILLIAMS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ARIZONA COMES TO CAL FOR CURE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON COACHES, PLAYERS TRY TO STOP DOWNWARD SPIRAL
  • LA Times: USC PURSUES PASSING GRADE
  • Seattle Times: A LOOK BACK AT THE UW-USC RIVALRY
  • Seattle Times: JORDAN MAKES HIS MOVE WITH WSU
  • Oregonian: ANDROS' LEGACY LIVES ON AT OSU
  • The Spokesman Review: FOCUS ON FUTURE FOR OSU'S JACKSON
  • The Spokesman Review: LEGENDARY OSU COACH ANDROS DIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL WORKS TO KEEP FOOTBALL PROGRAM STEROID-FREE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: IT'S A NUMBERS GAME BETWEEN COUGS, BEAVERS

    Wednesday, October 22, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS LOOKING FOR A LEADER
  • Tucson Citizen : UA MAKING ITS PITCH TO LURE TOP RECRUITS
  • OC Register: SACK MASTER
  • OC Register: BRUINS INJURIES WORSEN
  • OC Register: CASSEL GOES FROM PASSER TO CATCHER
  • Contra Costa Times: OUT WITH NEW, IN WITH OLD
  • Contra Costa Times: ONE-TIME BUDDING CAL STAR ON LONG, WINDING ROAD BACK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FREDRICKSON TRYING TO KICK HABIT OF LOW-FLYING BALLS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD HOPES TO COME FULL CIRCLE WITH LEWIS
  • Arizona Republic: OLSON LOOKS TO JUNIORS TO LEAD YOUNG TEAM
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO HALL ADDS FOUR WOMEN
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS' SCHEDULE ONLY GETS TOUGHER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UCLA TAKES UNINSPIRING ROAD TO TOP OF CONFERENCE
  • LA Times: UCLA WINS WITH A PAIR OF JOKERS
  • LA Times : FARMER IS SET FOR BIBBY'S RANTS
  • Seattle Times: COUGS PROGRAM BUILT FOR LONG RUN
  • Seattle Times: ALEXIS IS QUESTION MARK FOR USC
  • The Spokesman Review: DESPITE RUN OF SUCCESS, UCLA REMOVES OLSON AS STARTING QB
  • The Seattle PI: OWENS GETTING PERMANENT SPOT AT HUSKY STADIUM
  • The Seattle PI: MATEAKI CLICKS IN UW LINE SWITCH
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: STEVE THOMPSON
  • The Seattle PI: COUGARS INCORPORATE DAMAGE INTO DEFENSE
  • The Oakland Tribune: BEING BIG FAVORITE MAY WEIGH ON CAL
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL TO RETIRE KIDD'S NUMBER
  • The Oakland Tribune: LEWIS IS STANFORD'S STARTER
  • The USA Today: WASHINGTON'S FREDERICK GRABS USATODAY.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK

    Tuesday, October 21, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : CATS CAN BASK IN RATING
  • Tucson Citizen: UA WOMEN HOPE TO SCALE NEW HEIGHTS BEHIND POLK
  • OC Register: UCLA WANTS MOORE OFFENSE
  • OC Register: TROJANS KEPT BUSY TRADING PLACES, MULLING CHOICES
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S DEFENSE KEEPS CHUGGING ALONG
  • Arizona Republic: UA COACH SEARCH COMMITTEE WILL TRIM LIST OF CANDIDATES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: STANFORD'S SEASON MIRRORS OREGON'S
  • LA Times: UCLA BARELY UPRIGHT AFTER OVERTIME WIN
  • LA Times: BRUINS ARE GOING BACK FOR MOORE
  • Seattle Times: HUSKY SACKED STATISTICS FOR A WIN
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: LINE SHIFT PAYS OFF FOR UW
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES UNLEASH OVERDUE PRACTICE WEAPON

    Monday, October 20, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : UA SHOWS OFF QUICKNESS
  • Tucson Citizen : CATS WORK IN PRACTICE TO LIMIT MISTAKES
  • OC Register: TROJANS' FOCUS BACK ON PAC-10
  • Contra Costa Times: VOTE OF CONFIDENCE FOR LEWIS?
  • The Spokesman Review: UW RAINS ON COUGARS' PARADE AGAIN
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES LOCATE PRIDE, JOY
  • The Seattle PI: WSU CELEBRATES VICTORY, PREPARES FOR CHALLENGING STRETCH AHEAD
  • The Seattle PI: GO 2 GUY: UW SPRINGS TO LIFE IN CORVALLIS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW GETS UPLIFTING WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: BLOCKS GIVE UCLA A LIFT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: LOOK WHO'S LEADING THE PAC-10: IT'S THOSE GRITTY BRUINS
  • Seattle Times: CHANGES KEY TO UW MOMENTUM
  • Seattle Times : DINGED A BIT, WSU PREPARES FOR OREGON STATE
    *Oregonian: DUCKS TRY TO FORGET THEIR SLIDE
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: ANYTHING BUT EASY
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: PRECARIOUS PERCH

    Friday, October 17, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: HOOP CATS OPEN FIRST PRACTICE TO PUBLIC
  • Tucson Citizen : UA WOMEN SEEK LONGER NCAA VISIT
  • Tucson Citizen: TEAMS' UPS, DOWNS KEEP COACHES GUESSING
  • Tucson Citizen : KNOW YOUR CATS: CARL TUITAVUKI, NT
  • OC Register: PREACHING PATIENCE
  • OC Register: DORRELL COMFORTABLE WITH LINE ROTATION
  • OC Register: GUENTHER GETS BIG-TIME AUDITION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS DRAW QUITE A CROWD. 3021 WATCH CAL DEFEAT STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD OFFENSE TAKES A FRESH(MAN) APPROACH
    *Arizona Daily Star: IT'S HOOPS, NOT HOOPLA, FOR CATS IN THIS PRESEASON
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS EAGER TO PROVE THEY DESERVE PRESEASON KUDOS
    *Oregonian: NEW-LOOK OSU HAS POINT TO PROVE
    *Oregonian: DUCKS IN JACKSON'S CAPABLE HANDS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: CUMMINGS POUNDING THE BOARDS AND BOOKS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS HOPEFUL FOR BETTER START
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: ALL PROS, NO CONS TO LEISLE BEING AMATEUR
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS LOOKING TO CHANGE THEIR LUCK AGAINST IRISH
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: GROOTEGOED HONORED TO BE BUTKUS FINALIST
    *San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD COACH WINS AWARD

    Thursday, October 16, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : UA LOOKS FOR HOME LEAGUE WIN
  • Tucson Citizen : DUCKS LOOKS TO REGROUP IN OFF WEEK
  • OC Register: COLLEGE SPORTS SUCCEED IN BALANCING THIER BUDGETS
  • OC Register: TROJANS FOCUS ON STOPPING THE RUN
  • OC Register: UCLA CORNERBACK WON'T KNOW WARE TO SIT
  • Contra Costa Times : DREW DOESN'T MIND BEING USED N RESERVE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL WR STRANG HITS THE HEIGHTS
  • The Spokesman Review: CARDINAL HAVE NEW ATTITUDE
  • The Seattle PI: BEAVER'S JACKSON A PROTOTYPE BACK
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL KNOWS IT HAS GOLD MINE IN TEDFORD
  • Arizona Republic: A PUZZLING YEAR FOR SUN DEVILS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BELLOTTI WON'T PUSH THE PANIC BUTTON AFTER THREE LOSSES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS TRYING TO KEEP HEISMAN HYPE IN CHECK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: JACKSON NOW AT THE HELM OF OREGON'S SHIP
  • LA Times: TROJANS, BRUINS BALANCE THEIR BUDGETS
  • LA Times: USC'S CARLSON HAS FIRM GRIP ON OPPORTUNITY
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK: DEVILS' TRIP MIGHT BE A BAD TIME
  • Seattle Times: SAVVY SENIOR LB GENATONE IS LEADING WITH HIS HEAD
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Arizona Daily Star: SENIOR SETTER HEALTHY, READY TO CONTRIBUTE
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS WOULD RATHER WIN THAN TALK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WARE DECIDES HE CAN'T PLAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DRAKE HAS A LINE ON STARTING JOB

    Wednesday, October 15, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: COSTA SET TO REMAIN AT QB FOR WILDCATS
  • OC Register: MOORE FRUSTRATED ABOUT NOT STARTING
  • OC Register: GROOTEGOED STILL MIGHT PLAY
  • Contra Costa Times: UCLA MINES BAY AREA FOR FOOTBALL NUGGETS
  • Contra Costa Times: WEAKEST LINK GETS A LITTLE WEAKER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: COUGARS MIGHT BE TRUER TEST
  • San Francisco Chronicle: UCLA'S SECONDARY IS CAL'S PRIMARY CONCERN
  • Arizona Republic: EVANS LIKES THE DEPTH OF THESE DEVILS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON REDSHIRTS COME IN ONE YEAR WISER
  • LA Times: THE COACH'S DAY: AS WOODEN TURNS 93, UCLA COACHES TALK ABOUT THE SPORT'S ICON
  • LA Times: BRUINS HAVE AN ISSUE TO TACKLE
  • LA Times: THE THICK RED LINE: TOUGH TEST FOR USC THIS WEEK
  • Seattle Times: DEPTH WOES OUT OF LINE FOR BELEAGUERED UW
  • Oregonian: RILEY SAYS HUSKIES MIGHT ACTUALLY PLAY A TOUGH GAME
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WARE SEES POSSIBLE STOP SIGN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CARROLL TALKS IT OUT
  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL CENTER OUT FOR THE SEASON
  • The Seattle PI: UW SEEKS A SECOND STOPPER
  • The Seattle PI: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO JIM PATNEAUDE, UW'S ONE-CARRY WONDER?
  • The Seattle PI: COUGARS TURNING REGION UPSIDE DOWN
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FAMILY FEELS TUG OF HUSKIES, BEAVS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ANOTHER BYE MIGHT MOVE COUGS TO NO. 1, DOBA JOKES
  • The Oakland Tribune: RESTED BEARS BACK TO WORK

    Tuesday, October 14, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : BACK IN FAVOR, FARMER HITS GROUND RUNNING
  • OC Register: BRUINS' OLSON KEEPS JOB
  • OC Register: TIGHT-END MARKET SUDDENLY TIGHTER
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PICKETT TAKES AIM AT CRITICS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: AFTER SOAP OPERA SUMMER, UW'S 'REPAIRMAN' DESERVES PATIENCE
  • The Seattle PI: SWIFT KICK IN THE RANTS
  • The Oakland Tribune: UCLA'S OLSON CAN'T SHAKE CAL

    Monday, October 13, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : POWER SURGE GIVES UA HOPE
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS' EFFORT BROUGHT ALL BUT VICTORY
  • Tucson Citizen : PATCHWORK UNIT HELPS WILDCATS TO SEASON-HIGH 519 YARDS
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS KEEPING HEAVNER AS STARTER
  • OC Register: FAMILIAR FOE NEXT HURDLE FOR FIFTH-RANKED TROJANS
  • OC Register: UCLA READY TO TACKLE PROBLEMS WITH DEFENSE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD THINKING BOWL AS CAL ENTERS SECOND HALF
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S WALTER KEPT HIS COOL WHEN HEAT WAS ON
  • LA Times: INJURY MAY KEEP USC'S BYRD ON SIDELINE FOR SEASON
  • Seattle Times: BATTERED HUSKIES HAVE FEW OPTIONS
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: A GROWING LEGEND
  • Oregonian: IDLE BEAVERS STILL ADVANCE IN POLLS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS SEE RED OVER CARDINAL PLAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: QB ISSUE FRONT AND CENTER
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: A WSU HAS RELOADED MORE THAN REBUILT ITSELF
  • The Oakland Tribune: PASS-HAPPY TROJANS ROLL TO BLOWOUT WIN OVER CARDINAL

    Friday, October 10, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS OFF TO GOOD START, SO FAR
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FREDERICK AILMENT BAFFLING
  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS SETTLE ON QUARTERBACK
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS MAKE EARLIER, SPLASHIER PUSH FOR RECRUITS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER OPENS PAC-10 PLAY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WEATHER WORRIES CONCERN DUCKS
  • Eugene Register-Guard : UO VOLLEYBALL: INTENSITY ARRIVES FROM THE ISLANDS
  • LA Times: BOOTY SECURES NO. 2 SPOT
  • Seattle Times: RISING ABOVE THE PAIN: UW'S NEWELL OVERCOMING INJURIES
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS HOPE FARMER STEPS UP
    *Arizona Daily Star: TWO GAMES IN LOS ANGELES WIlL TEST YOUNG CATS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: FIRST-HALF WOES PLAGUE UCLA

    Thursday, October 9, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : WILDCATS BEHIND HEAVNER AS NO. 1 QB
  • Tucson Citizen: PAC-10 TOUGH VS. NONLEAGUE OPPONENTS
  • OC Register: SPLIT-END IMAGE
  • OC Register: USC SPEEDS BOOTY'S TIMETABLE
  • OC Register: HANKWITZ ENDURES JOB SPECULATION
  • San Francisco Chronicle : UNLIKELY DUO HAS STANFORD PLAYING DEFENSE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO PLAYERS TAKE STOCK OF THEIR SEASON
  • Eugene Register-Guard : OSU PLAQUE WILL HONOR THE MEMORY OF TWO SOCCER PLAYERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO WOMEN'S SOCCER SET FOR PAC-10 PLAY
  • Seattle Times: LEAGUE'S GOUND GAME IS RUN-DOWN
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES' PUNTER, KICKER HAVE BEEN STEADY SURPRISES
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCAT MEANS BUSINESS AT STRONG SAFETY POSITION
  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: CLEMENS FEELS TWO LOSSES IN A ROW, BUT THEY HAVE FAILED TO RATTLE HIM
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: LONDON FINDS RESPITE AT UCLA
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC FINDING HOME-GROWN

    Wednesday, October 8, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA GIVING FARMER FRESH START
  • OC Register: BOOTY STILL IN THE PICTURE
  • OC Register: WEEKEND SUDDENLY LACKS HART
  • San Francisco Chronicle: RODGERS' ATTITUDE PLEASES TEDFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL CAN'T WAIT TO START ANEW AT USC
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CLASS OF THE CONFERENCE: OSU IS IN GOOD SHAPE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ARIZONA STATE REELING AFTER CONSECUTIVE PAC-10 LOSSES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS, BRUINS TAKE OVER AS FAVORITES FOR NOW
  • LA Times: TROJANS LIKE THE AGGRESSIVE RUSHING STYLE OF FRESHMAN WHITE
  • The Seattle PI: BLOCKING FRONT TAKES HIT
  • The Oakland Tribune: BERKELEY COOKS UP PLAN FOR BOWL
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD FINALLY BACK AT IT
    *Arizona Daily Star: UCLA DEFENSIVE LINE A BIG CONCERN FOR UA
    *Oregonian: JACKSON ON HIS OWN FOR HEISMAN
    *Oregonian: AT UO, A GROWING SENSE OF URGENCY
    *Long Beach Press Telegram: USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD DEFENSE SET FOR USC

    Tuesday, October 7, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : WILDCATS LOOKING FOR PUNCH ON OFFENSE
  • Tucson Citizen : UA VOLLEYBALL TEAM NEEDS PASSION
  • OC Register: OLSON GETS NOD AT QB, FOR NOW
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S OFFENSE PASSES OUT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: GUARD HAS SUCCESSFUL SURGERY
  • Arizona Republic: UA SEES PROGRESS DESPITE NUMBERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS TAKE SOME TIME OFF TO RELAX
  • LA Times: MULTI-TALENT SHOW: UCLA'S WHITE DISPLAYS VERSATILITY
  • Arizona Daily Star: BRUINS SIXTH CONSECUTIVE BOWL TEAM TO FACE CATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Arizona Daily Star: ASU SEEKS TO AVOID FOURTH-QUARTER FALLOFF
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: RECORD-SETTING WHITE ISN'T LOOKING BACK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HANCE NOW BACKUP QB
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FIFTH START IN A ROW FOR OLSON
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES GET EMOTIONAL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WSU LISTLESS IN 23-POINT WIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: FOUR-YEAR STARTER WANTS LAST SIX GAMES TO MATTER

    Monday, October 6, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: AILING KEGEL GIVEN WEEK OFF
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: LEISLE MAKES IMPACT IN 1ST PLAY FOR UCLA
  • USA Today: SURPRISES, BUSTS SO FAR THIS SEASON
  • Arizona Republic: DEVILS GARNER OPTIMISM FROM 3 SOLID QUARTERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: HOWE FIELD IS UO'A CHOICE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: COACHES FEEL HOPE, SADNESS OVER NEW ARENA
  • Eugene Register-Guard : OSU'S JACKSON LEADS THE CLIMB
  • LA Times: QUARTERBACK IS QUESTION AGAIN FOR UCLA
  • LA Times: PASS DEFENSE STILL A CONCERN FOR USC
  • Seattle Times: KEGEL EXPECTED TO PLAY OCT. 18
  • Arizona Daily Star: HANKWITZ ENCOURAGED AS UCLA APPROACHES
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS' FAST START LEAVES CAL BEHIND
  • Oregonian: OREGON ANNOUNCES SITE FOR NEW BASKETBALL ARENA
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NOT JUST QB RACE NOW
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DOUBTS DRIVEN AWAY

    Friday, October 3, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: KNOW YOUR CAT
  • Tucson Citizen : MOREDICH: RILED CATS COULD CLAW COUGARS
  • Tucson Citizen : KEGEL LATEST IN A LINE OF TOP WSU QBS
  • OC Register: SNOW REPORT: AWKWARD
  • OC Register: MISCUES HAUNT TROJANS
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS FACE DAUNTING TASK IN STOPPING OSU'S JACKSON
  • Contra Costa Times: SCHEDULE HAS STANFORD PLAYING WAITING GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WALK-ON RECEIVER FOLLOWS IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL'S CRAVEN IS CRAVING AN EXPANDED ROLE
  • The Spokesman Review: WSU'S DEFENSE BRINGS SINGLE-MINDED INTENSITY WHILE SHUTTING DOWN ITS OPPONENTS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES 'TRADE' WITH BRUINS WORKING OUT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: NEW ARIZONA COACH FACES OLD CHALLENGE VS. COUGS
  • The Seattle PI: UCLA HAS NO PLANS TO SHADOW UW RECEIVER WITH ITS BEST CB
  • The Oakland Tribune: RILEY HAVING A BALL IN SECOND STINT AS OREGON STATE COACH
  • Arizona Republic: CATS' HEAD COACH READY FOR DEBUT
  • Arizona Republic: USC VULNERABLE AFTER LOSS VS. CAL
  • Arizona Republic : RUNNING BACKS MAY HOLD KEY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S MATSON LEARNS BESTR OF SURVIVAL SKILLS
  • LA Times: THROWN FOR A LOSS: ASU'S WALTER HASN'T LOVED UP TO HEISMAN HYPE THIS SEASON
  • Seattle Times: SLOWLY BUT SURELY: UW SAFETY BIDDLE MAKES IMPACT
  • Seattle Times: WSU LINEBACKERS COACH KNOWS THE BACK ROADS
  • Arizona Daily Star: PATIENCE REWARDED
  • Arizona Daily Star: ABERNATHY OF ARIZONA TO FACE HER CAL SISTER
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: TIME SERVED, DORSEY HOPES FOR A BREAKOUT
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DORRELL WON'T LET LEISLE OFF
  • San Jose Mercury News: NOTRE DAME GAME DICTATED STANFORD'S QUIRKY SCHEDULE

    Thursday, October 2, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: RIGHT CONNECTION: QB HEAVNER REJUVENATES UA RECEIVER WILLIAMS
  • Tucson Citizen : LEWELLEN: PARTY HURTS PAC-1O'S HOPES FOR BCS TITLE GAME
  • OC Register: USC LOOKING TO PLUG, HIT HOLES
  • OC Register: USC WARY OF AN ASU REBOUND
  • OC Register: EBELL HOPES TO GET MORE INVOLVED
  • Contra Costa Times: RLLEY LAID GROUNDWORK FOR BEAVERS LONG AGO
  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS RETURN TO 'STRESS-FREE FOOTBALL'
  • Arizona Republic: ASU TAILBACK HILL HAS SOMETHING TO PROVE
  • Arizona Republic : SUN DEVIL VOLLEYBALL TO FACE NATIONALLY RANKED PAC-10 FOES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: NEW ARENA SHOULDN'T TAKE UO OFF TRACK
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES USE ODD COUPLE TO CLEAN UP
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 IS ON OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
  • Seattle Times: UW LOOKS STRONG IN WACKY PAC-10 RACE
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 PARITY
    *Oregonian: SO FAR, CAL KICKER HAS SEASON IN CAN
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC'S BING FEELS SINGLED OUT FOR LOSS
    *San Jose Mercury News: FEW OPTIONS FOR CARDINAL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WILLIAMS VERSUS WARE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BALL-HAWKING PLAY NO ACCIDENT FOR COUGARS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGAR NATION FAST ON ITS WAY TO BECOMING A SUPERPOWER
  • The Seattle PI: COACH'S APPROACH HAS HUSKIES PLAYING BEST DEFENSE IN YEARS
  • The Oakland Tribune: MILITARY EXPERIENCE TOUGHENS PARSON
  • USA Today: CAL RUNNING BACK SHAKES SETBACKS

    Wednesday, October 1, 2003
    *Tucson Citizen: PAC-10 COACHES WEIGH IN ON FIRING
    *Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS GETTING BACK TO NORMAL
    *Tucson Citizen : SIMPSON: GOOD FINISH WOULD AID HANKWITZ
    *OC Register: WARE WON'T BE WARY OF WIDEOUT WILLIAMS
    *OC Register: HAS TIME COME FOR USC TO CONSIDER QB FUTURE?
    *Contra Costa Times: CAL JOINS RANKS OF NATION'S ELITE
    *Contra Costa Times: CAL'S HOMECOMING WEEK RETURNS
    *Contra Costa Times: CORNERBACK PAYS BACK BEARS FOR FAITH THEY HAVE SHOWN IN HIM
    *San Francisco Chronicle: OSU BRINGS POTENT OFFENSE TO CAL.
    *San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NOTEBOOK: RB TOLON BECOMING WORKHORSE FOR CARDINAL

  • Arizona Republic: TROUBLED ASU OFFENSE RANKS LAST IN PAC-10 IN 3 CRITICAL AREAS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO FOOTBALL: OREGON MUST BE READY FOR ANYTHING
  • Eugene Register-Guard: HUSKIES IN GOOD POSITION WITH FAVORABLE SCHEDULE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS ENCOURAGED BY PAC-10 OPENER
  • LA Times: THE PICTURE OF TOUGH: VIOLENT TATTOOS ILLUSTRATE LEISLE'S INTIMIDATING ATTITUDE
  • LA Times: TROJANS NEED KISS OF DEPTH
  • LA Times: SNOW'S FORECAST: UCLA STINT WON'T CHANGE OUTCOME
  • Seattle Times: ARIZONA GETS REFRESHER
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: ANDERSON MUST PROVE HIMSELF AWAY FROM RESER
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NEW FACES GET A LOOK WITH USC

    Tuesday, September 30, 2003
    *Tucson Citizen : UA LOOKING FOR 7 THINGS IN NEW GRID COACH
    *Tucson Citizen: MACKOVIC: AFTERMATH: SHOW GOES ON AT UA
    *Tucson Citizen: WSU COACH DOBA WARY OF ARIZONA
    *OC Register: USC NEEDS TO GET BACK ON THE RUN
    *OC Register : DORRELL EASES EBELL'S CONCERNS
    *Contra Costa Times:BEARS LOSE MAKONNEN FOR REST OF SEASON WITH STRESS FRACTURE
    *San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: FOOT INJURY SIDELINES MAKONNEN FOR SEASON

    Monday, September 29, 2003

  • OC Register: USC IN UNFAMILIAR TERRITORY AFTER LOSS
  • OCRegister: USC WILL STAY WITH LEINART
  • OC Register: TIME FOR DORRELL TO PICK QUARTERBACK-AGAIN
  • Contra Costa Times: THIS COULD BE THE TURNING POIINT CAL NEEDED
  • San Francisco Chronicle : TOUGH FOR TEDFORD TO TOP THIS ONE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL RB MAKES TROJANS PAY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES' 11 ANGRY MEN ON DEFENSE ARE GETTING THE JOB DONE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW MAKES ITS RUN COUNT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: AFTER SERVING HIS TIME, JOHNSON'S DAY ISN'T HALF-BAD
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL RISES TO OCCASION
  • The Oakland Tribune: UPSET OF USC IS SWEET MUSIC TO BEARS' EARS
  • Arizona Republic: BAD OFFENSE PUZZLES KOETTER
  • LA Times: MOORE MAY BE LESS FOR OLSON
  • LA Times: CARROLL SUPPPORTS LEINART; RUNNING GAME DOESN'T
  • Seattle Times : HUSKIES DOWN PLAY SLOW-STARTER LABEL
  • Seattle Times: UPHEAVAL MAY HELP WILDCATS, SAYS DOBA
  • Arizona Daily Star: NOW WHAT?
  • Oregonian: WIN AFFIRMS TITLE HOPES FOR BEAVERS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS' CARROLL PLAYED TINKER TOYS

    Friday, September 26, 2003

  • OC Register: TROJANS DE NAZEL HAS RISEN TO THE TOP
  • Contra Costa TImes: REBUILDING THE TROJAN HORSE
  • Contra Costa Times: HUNTER'S INVESTMENT PAYING OFF
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S FREDRICKSON MAKES BOOT POINT. PUNTER/KICKER LOOKS LIKE NFL MATERIAL AFTER ILLINOIS GAME
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SAME OL' TUIASOSOPO BUT WHOLE NEW ATTITUDE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: NO HOLDS BARRED
  • The Seattle PI: PERSEVERANCE PAYS OFF FOR UW'S ROBBINS
  • Arizona Republic: SLIDING DEVILS, CATS FACE OFF
  • Arizona Republic : MCKENZIE'S LONG JOURNEY LEADS TO ASU
  • Eugene Register-Guard: 'COOLEST TEAM' SCORES SI COVER
  • Eugene Register-Guard : PRESSURE OF POSITION WEIGHS ON KICKERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: TV GAMES KEEP UO ON BUDGET
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU: NEWSON'S PLAYBOOK NEVER HAD THIS ROUTE TO SUCCESS
  • LA Times: CALLING AN AUDIBLE ON PREDICTIONS
  • LA Times: A CATCH THAT WASN'T WAS A SPARK FOR USC
  • Seattle Times: CARRYING FAMILY NAME: COACHES SEE NEW MATURITY, FOCUS IN ZACH
  • Seattle Times: COUGS-DUCKS RIVALRY LIVES ON
  • Arizona Daily Star: HEAVNER EARNS START AT QB
  • Arizona Daily Star: OFFENSIVE LINE INJURIES A CONCERN FOR WILDCATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: GLASS NOT SO FRAGILE ANYMORE
  • Oregonian: AS OSU RAISES HOPES, FANS TURN UP VOLUME
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CHOW STILL A HOT TOPIC IN COACH BUZZ
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS ARE SUFFERING FROM BLAHS

    Thursday, September 25, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: KILLOUGH JOINS BLOCK PARTY FOR UA VOLLEYBALL
  • OC Register: BEYOND THEIR YEARS
  • OC Register: HANCOCK A BIG PART OF USC OFFENSE
  • Contra Costa Times: NAMELY, CAL OFFENSE SETS STANDARDS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: IS ANOTHER USC DYNASTY EMERGING? TROJANS FACE CAL RIDING 11-GAME WINNING STREAK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: SURPRISING STANFORD FACES TOUGH STRETCH
    *Arizona Daily Star: EX-WILDCAT TUNNICLIFFE HAS ADVICE FOR HEAVNER
    *Arizona Daily Star: YOUTH MOVEMENT
    *Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
    *Oregonian: WHAT, ME WORRY? NOT ABOUT POLLS, BELLOTTI SAYS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS TO GET UPGRADE OF FACILITIES
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: ARBET UNDERGOES SECOND FOOT SURGERY IN 12 MONTHS
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA'S YESTERDAY IS USC'S TODAY
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA TAKING PAINS (REAL PAINS) TO GROW UP
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA'S OPTION CORNERBACK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: AZTECS SET SIGHTS ON OPPORTUNITY

    Wednesday, September 24, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: ARMCHAIR QUARTERBACK
  • Tucson Citizen : VEAL FELT FIRST-START JITTERS
  • Tucson Citizen: EALY IS EARLY SEASON GO-TO GUY
  • OC Register: HEAVIER LOAD COULD HELP DENNIS, BUSH VS. CAL
  • Contra Costa Times : BEARS READY TO TAKE ON PAC-10
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: EXPERIENCE COUNTS WHEN FACING USC
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NOTEBOOK: TIME IS RIGHT TO PREPARE FOR NO. 18 WASHINGTON
  • The Spokesman Review: DOUBLE TROUBLE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ALEXIS PLAYS NUMBERS GAME
  • The Seattle PI: STANFORD GAME CONJURES C-DUB MEMORIES
  • The Seattle PI: DOBA GROWING INTO JOB
  • The Oakland Tribune: UNBEATEN STANFORD EYES MORE CONVENTIONAL PLAY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ADOPTING A BABY HAS CHANGED OSU COACH JUDY SPOELSTRA'S LIFE
  • LA Times: ROGERS: USC'S KNOW-IT-ALL
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES NEED ANOTHER TIGHT FIT
  • Seattle Times : WSU NOTEBOOK: DOBA SAVORING HIS 'DEAN' JOB
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA'S MACKOVIC HOPES CHANGES WILL LIFT OFFENSE
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: PRESSURE MOUNTS ON QUARTERBACKS
  • Oregonian: NCAA REFUSES TO REINSTATE UO PLAYER
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: IT'LL BE A NEW LINE OF COMMUNICATION
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

    Tuesday, September 23, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : CARR DOESN'T DANCE, WILL START VS. TCU
  • OC Register: USC'S GROOTEGOED ON THE MOVE
  • Contra Costa Times: USC A BIGGER TEST FOR CAL'S DEFENSE
  • Arizona Republic: DIOGU IN NO RUSH FOR JUMP TO PROS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' NEXT GOAL: AVOIDING OVERCONFIDENCE
  • LA Times: BRUIN OFFENSE SEEKS FREEDOM
  • Seattle Times: UW HEADED FOR PASS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: RETURN OF ROBBINS A BOOST FOR UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL KICKER AIMS FOR HOLLYWOOD
    *Arizona Daily Star: DEPOSED QB UPSET, IN SEARCH OF REASONS
    *Arizona Daily Star: CARR IN DRIVER'S SEAT AT HALFBACK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA NOTEBOOK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC NOTEBOOK

    Monday, September 22, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: QB ROTATION TAKES ANOTHER SPIN
  • OC Register: USC GIVING LEWIS CHANCE AT TAILBACK
  • Arizona Republic: KOETTER SEEKS CURE FOR OFFENSE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S YOUNG STARS WINNING LIKE THEIR PREDECESSORS
  • LA Times: BRUIN OFFENSE NEEDS BALANCE
  • Seattle Times: TOUGH SCHEDULE COULD HELP UW
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS READY TO PUMP UP VOLUME FOR DUCKS
  • Arizona Daily Star: HEAVNER PLAY THICKENS PLOT OF WHO'S QB
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS FIND BALANCE BEFORE PAC-10 PLAY
  • Oregonian: UO TRIES TO TAKE ITS PERFECT 10 IN STRIDE
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS LOOKING FORWARD TO GAME ON DUCKS' TURF
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGAR FANS APPRECIATE LITTLE THINGS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: IT'S NOT VERY PRETTY, BUT HUSKIES MOP VANDALS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: AFTER LONG LAYOFF, ROBBINS' RETURN MAKES IMPACT
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BAM! DUNNING KICKS IT UP A NOTCH VS. LOBOS
  • The Oakland Tribune: RIDDLE'S PANCAKE BLOCK HELPS STRANG ON HIS HIGHLIGHT-REEL RETURN
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL SLIPS UP BUT HOLDS ON TO BEAT ILLINI
  • The Oakland Tribune: EDWARDS BOOTLEG BOOSTS STANFORD
  • The Oakland Tribune: POWELL MAKES STANFORD BETTER

    Friday, September 19, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: QUICK START CRUCIAL FOR ARIZONA
  • Tucson Citizen: MOREDICH: ROAD TRIP A BLESSING FOR WILDCATS
  • Tucson Citizen: KNOW YOUR CATS: MIKE BELL, FB
  • OC Register: BOOTY GETS BOOST FROM FAMILY'S VIST
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL QB RODGERS IS READY FOR START
  • Arizona Republic: FRESH CONNECTION: SUN DEVILS' PASS-CATCH COMBO HAS STRONG BOND
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' PLAY ON OFFENSIVE LINE COULD BE KEY AGAINST MICHIGAN
  • Eugene Register-Guard : VOLLEYBALL: PRESEASON TOUGHENS UP OREGON
  • LA Times: SOONERS SHOWED BRUINS WHO'S BOZ
  • Seattle Times: UW'S CAROTHERS MAKING MOST OF OPPORTUNITIES
  • Seattle Times : WSU: E.C. DOES IT IN THE SECONDARY
  • The Spokesman Review: WSU FOOTBALL PLAYERS BRAIDWOOD, BASLER MAKE PERSONAL STATEMENTS WITH TATOOS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PICKETT TO WILLIAMS: WHEN IT COMES TO PASS-CATCH COMBOS...
  • The Seattle PI: ERIKS TACKLES FOURTH CHANGE OF POSITION
  • USA Today: ARIZONA STATE'S HILL NOT BITTER ABOUT IOWA SNUB
  • USA Today: PAC-10 TEAMS SEEK BIG-GAME VICTORIES

    Thursday, September 18, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : PAC-10 LESSONS START FOR CATS
  • OC Register: DENNIS IS SHOULDERING BACK PAIN
  • Contra Costa Times: O'CALLAGHAN EXPECTS TO BE DOMINATING FORCE ON LINE
  • Contra Costa Times: CARDINAL FINALLY PLAYING SECOND GAME
  • Eugene Register-Guard: JUNIOR SIAVII HAS EXTRA MOTIVATION TO PLAY WELL VS. MICHIGAN
  • LA Times: VIEIRA'S NEW ROLW IS LEFT SIDE STORY
  • Seattle Times: UW LINEMAN GETS FIRST BLOCKING LESSON FROM NCAA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: LUCKY DUCKS: WOLVERINES WONDER HOW TRIP TO EUGENE GOT SCHEDULED
  • Arizona Daily Star: TOUGHER SCHEDULE WILL PAY OFF IN PAC-10 SEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: LUDWIG SHOWS EMOTIONAL SIDE
  • Oregonian: INJURY LIST GETTING SHORTER, RUNNING BACK DAY-TO-DAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: OFFENSIVE NUMBERS ADD UP TO TROUBLE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA REINSTATES CLARK, SEEKS NCAA'S OK
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD'S GAME 2 FINALLY APPROACHES
  • The Spokesman Review: LOBOS WANT TO KEEP WSU GUESSING
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SAFETY WINS RIGHT TO WEAR NO. 25
  • The Oakland Tribune: AS BIG AS IT GETS: DRAMATIC 1924 TIE LEFT A LONG-LASTING...
  • The Oakland Tribune: RESTED CARDINAL RETURNS TO WORK

    Wednesday, September 17, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : CATS NEED STICKY FINGERS ON DEFENSE
  • Tucson Citizen: MACKOVIC MUM ON STARTER AT QUATERBACK
  • OC Register: BOOTY ENJOYS INCREASED WORKLOAD
  • OC Register: DORRELL EXPECTS CLARK BACK IN UCLA LINEUP
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL BRINGS AN OLD QB OFF BENCH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: SHIFT IS OFF FOR STANFORD'S DT GORDON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: RODGERS GETS NOD AS CAL'S STARTING QB
  • Seattle PI: HEALTHY PICKETT FROM 'C-TOWN,' NOT MOSCOW
  • Seattle PI: KEGEL FIRES BACK

    Tuesday, September 16, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA FOOTBALL: AD BACKS MACKOVIC
  • OC Register: UCLA GETTING WHAT IT WANTED
  • OC Register: BYE-WEEK FOCUS IS ON BOOTY
  • Contra Costa Times: RODGERS, NOT ROBERTSON, GETS NOD
  • Arizona Republic: DEVILS CAN PROVE WORTHY OF RANK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: THE HARD PART HAS JUST BEGUN FOR OREGON
  • LA Times: USC FRESHMAN BOOTY WILL GET CHANCE TO MAKE AN IMPRESSION IN PRACTICE
  • Seattle Times: STANBACK'S IDEA CATCHES ON QUICKLY WITH GILBERTSON
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA'S PRICKLY YEAR ROUSES MEMORIES FOR CACTUS COMET
    *Oregonian: DUCKS WILL SKIP HISTORY LESSON
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS' LUA MIGHT REDSHIRT

    Monday, September 15, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: QB SPOT COULD GO TO O'HARA
  • Tucson Citizen : V-BALL TEAM 6-4 ENTERING PAC-10 PLAY
  • OC Register: UNBEATEN TROJANS AWAIT PAC-10 TESTS
  • OC Register: BRUINS BLANK TITANS IN SOCCER
  • Contra Costa Times : CAL STAFF PONDERING SOME LINEUP CHANGES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL FIGURES LOSING IS NO LONGER AN OPTION
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS GIVE SELVES VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS RANKED IN BOTH POLLS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BIG-PLAY COUGARS GO VERTICAL VS. BUFFS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SPECIAL TEAMS KICK-START COUGS
  • The Seattle PI: IDAHO NEXT UP FOR UW

    Friday, September 12, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: KNOW YOUR CAT: RYAN O'HARA, QB
  • OC Register: USC PULLS FAST ONE WITH RETURN TEAMS
  • Contra Costa Times: SECOND-STRING QB ENGINEERS 17-POINT RALLY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: QB RODGERS MAY HAVE EARNED START FOR BEARS' NEXT GAME
  • Arizona Republic: EVERY GAME NOW CRITICAL FOR ARIZONA
  • Arizona Republic: MEN'S GOLF: EXPERIENCED DEVILS AIMING HIGH
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU QUARTERBACK HOPES TO REGAIN HIS CONFIDENCE
  • LA Times: ALL GOOD THINGS HAVE COME TO PASS
  • Seattle Times: SUDDEN IMPACT: SAFETY WILLIAMS NO LONGER SECRET WEAPON
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA, DUCKS TRYING TO PUT LAST SEASON BEHIND THEM
  • Oregonian: JACKSON IS ROCK AMID EARLY SEASON ROLLING
  • Oregonian: WILLIAMS CATCHING CHANCES AT HAND
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS NEED A WALL AROUND QB OLSON
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: POINTED IN RIGHT DIRECTION
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: ACROSS TOWN, HE'D BE IN THE QB MIX
  • The Spokesman Review: MEN IN MOTION
  • The Seattle PI: MULTITASKING CATCHES ON FOR UW'S STANBACK

    Thursday, September 11, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BELL, FARMER TO SHARE TAILBACK POST
  • OC Register: POOLE MAKES THE MOST OF HIS SECOND CHANCE
  • OC Register: WHITE BECOMES BACKUP TAILBACK
  • Contra Costa Times: QUIETLY, ROBERTSON TRIES TO GET IT DONE FOR BEARS
  • Contra Costa Times: EDWARDS PASSES LEWIS AS STANFORD'S QB STARTER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL PLAN TO ENJOY THEIR ROMAN HOLIDAY. FIVE-GAME TOUR OF ITALY FOCUSES ON FUN
  • Arizona Republic: ASU BACK LIKES TO PLAY ROUGH
  • Arizona Republic : COOPER LEADING DEVILS SOCCER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S WILLIAMS BLOSSOMS INTO THREAT
  • LA Times: BRUINS' COVERING COUSINS
  • Seatte Times: UW NOTEBOOK: TIME TO IMPROVE BASICS NOW, SAYS SA'AU
  • Seattle Times: SCHOOLS FIGHT OVER BCS PIE
  • Seattle Times: WSU: MOORE'S FIRST PLAY WAS SURVIVING
    *Oregonian: AFTER ANDERSON, WHO'S NEXT FOR OSU
    *Oregonian: IT'S PAC-10 TIME FOR THE DUCKS, ROTATING QBS ON BOTH SIDES
    *Oregonian: ANDERSON'S STILL THE MAN, WHILE AGGIES PICK AND CHOOSE
    *Oregonian: SCHEDULING ISSUES LEAVE DUCKS SHORTER AND SEARCHING
    *Arizona Daily Star: FARMER CONTENT WITH BACKUP ROLE
    *Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: WHITE MOVES TO NO. 2 TAILBACK
    *San Jose Mercury News: EDWARDS WINS QB JOB AT STANFORD
  • The Spokesman Review: CU-WSU GAME A LONG TIME IN THE MAKING
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: NO. 17 BUFFS HAVE WSU RECEIVERS LICKING CHOPS
  • The Oakland Tribune: LIGHTS, CAMERAS, ACTION: CAL ON NATIONAL TV
  • The Oakland Tribune: HOLMOE STILL HAS BLUE IN HIS BLOOD

    Wednesday, September 10, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: COUGARS FOCUS ON RUNNING GAME
  • The Seattle PI: BETTER THAN GESSER
  • The Oakland Tribune: COACHES WORK WITH SHORT WEEK
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL BROADCASTER PUT LIFE BACK IN ORDER
  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS DON'T MOPE; DUCKS COACH IS WARY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEING STRONG AT QB HAS BEEN RIGHT CALL FOR DUCKS
  • LA Times: ALLMOND TURNS CORNER AT USC
  • Seattle Times: UW'S DEVOTED SOCCER MOM
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS NOT DWELLING ON ROUT BY LSU
    *Oregonian: ANDERSON WILL BE IN SPOTLIGHT AT HOME
    *Oregonian: WASHINGTON'S OPPORTUNITY FINALLY HAS COME
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: NO FILM EXCHANGE FOR USC, HAWAII

    Tuesday, September 9, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS SAY THEY NEED TO PRACTICE HARDER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: TEDFORD HAS SHORT WEEK TO PREPARE FOR UTES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: TALENT DRAIN CONTINUES FOR HUSKIES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: THE COUGARS' OPPONENT THIS WEEK: COLORADO BUFFALOES
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL QB ROBERTSON TUNES UP

    Monday, September 8, 2003

  • The Spokesman Review: Injured vandal on Doba's mind
  • The Spokesman Review: Comback a cruel twist
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Huskies struggle but improve
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Carrothers makes impact
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Stanback is eager to help anyway he can
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Gilbertson shows good form, wants team to do the same
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Dunning to practice kicks in the grass
  • The Oakland Tribune: Bears stay with the more experienced QB
  • The Oakland Tribune: Impressive opener for Cardinal
  • The Oakland Tribune: Edwards steps in at QB, leads Stanford by SJS
  • Tucson Citizen : CATS GET CHANCE AT REDEMPTION VS. DUCKS
  • OC Register: TROJANS SHOULD LEARN FROM THEIR MISTAKES
  • Contra Costa Times: POWELL SHINES FOR STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: LINEBACKER HUNTER GRABS GIFT FOR AN INTERCEPTION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEEVENS CUTS TO THE CHASE WITH QB CHOICE
  • Arizona Republic: UA LOOKS AHEAD TO FORGET ROUT
  • Seattle Times: UW NOTEBOOK: VICTORY IS THE BEST MEDICINE
  • Seattle Times : DEHYDRATION COSTLY, SAYS DOBA

    Friday, September 5, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen : JOLIVETTE CORNERS PASS BREAKUPS
  • OC Register: MOORE LEARNS TO FIGHT
  • OC Register: AXMAN GETS THE CALL TO MAKE THE CALLS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: TEDFORD LIKES TO SPREAD WEALTH WHEN IT COMES TO RUNNING GAME
  • Arizona Republic: MINNEAPOLIS WINTER STEERED DEVILS FRESHMAN TO SOCCER
  • The Spokesman Review: Shavies ready to carry weight for WSU
  • Seattle PI: Reshuffled Huskies hope to throw a block party
  • Oakland Tribune: Shining on special teams
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON FOOTBALL NOTES: DUCKS WANT TO PUMP UP SCHEDULE
  • Eugene Register-Guard : OSU HIRING FIVE BLACK ASSISTANT COACHES SENDS POWERFUL MESSAGE
  • Seattle Times: IF THE UW SHOE FITS
  • Seattle Times: WSU'S SMITH MAKES LARGER IMPACT
  • Arizona Daily Star: VETERAN LSU LINE TOUGH TEST FOR CATS
  • Oregonian: WINLESS IN FRESNO, BEAVERS BRING NEW ATTITUDE THIS TIME
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: FOR UCLA FANS, PATIENCE IS KEY
  • San Jose Mercury News: NEW LESSONS FOR STANFORD
  • San Jose Mercury News: LINEMAN TEACHES CRASH COURSE

    Thursday, September 4, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: LEWELLEN: CARDINAL, OREGON SEE DOUBLE AT QB, TOO
  • Tucson Citizen: CLASSIC MAY HELP V-BALL TEAM GROW
  • OC Register: DONAHUE FIRMLY IN DORRELL'S CORNER
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD BOBBLEHEAD MORE THAN A PRETTY FACE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: POWELL'S HEALTHY, EXPLOSIVE AGAIN WR HAS STANFORD THINKING OFFENSIVE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TIGHT END IS HUNGRY TO EXCEL CAL'S CROSS PICKING UP OFFENSE QUICKLY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS HOLD LINE AFTER INJURIES
  • LA Times: UCLA: ROCKIES' RELATIONSHIP
  • LA Times: USC DEFENSIVE MOTTO: IN CARROLL WE TRUST
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK: SCHOOLS' USE OF TWO-QB SYSTEM WORTH WATCHING
  • Seattle Times: COUGIFICATION STRENGTHENS COACHING STAFF
  • Arizona Daily Star: AFTER OPENING LOSS, CATS READY TO WALK THE WALK
  • Arizona Daily Star: STAKES GO UP FOR DURABLE OFFENSIVE LINE
  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK
  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL'S OFFENSE TO SIMMER DOWN

    Wednesday, September 3, 2003

  • OC Register: THESE GUYS ARE STILL PRETTY BUFF
  • OC Register: FROSTEE THE GO MAN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: TEDFORD WANTS BEARS BETTER NEAR GOAL LINE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NOTEBOOK: TEEVENS WILL PLAY TWO QBS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Next stop on IU's national tour: Seattle
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Cougars up against Irish, their tradition
  • Seattle PI: Bachert reclaimed starting spot with play against OSU
  • The Oakland Tribune: Van Pelt: Tough QB runs like a fullback

    Tuesday, September 2, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BELL 'READY' F0R LSU
  • Spokesman Review: Cougars content with win
  • Spokesman Review: Worth the wait
  • Tacoma News Tribune: Return trip for Roberson
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WSU unbeaten in Doba era
  • Seattle PI: Dawgs accept challenge
  • Oakland Tribune: Cal rover McClesky has old-time passion
  • Oakland Tribune: Cal rebounds from loss to pound Southern Miss
  • Tucson Citizen : 'BIG PLAYS' WORRY MACKOVIC
  • OC Register: VICTORY MOVES USC UP TO NO. 4
  • OC Register: DEFENSE A RELATED MATTER
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL GETS QUITE A RUSH IN WIN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS ENJOY BOLD START
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: HIGH PRAISE, PROMISE FOR BAY AREA TEAMS
  • Arizona Republic: UA CONFIDENCE RUNNING HIGH
  • Eugene Register-Guard: NGATA'S INJURY LEAVES BIG HOLE IN OREGON'S LINE
  • LA Times: DORRELL'S INSTALLATION OF WEST COAST OFFENSE FIGURES TO ADD OPTIONS TO UCLA'S ATTACK
  • LA Times: AUBURN WIN PAYS OFF IN POLL
  • Seattle Times: NO DEJA VU, SAY HUSKIES
  • Seattle Times: DOBA USING USC WIN AS MOTIVATOR
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS NEED STATEMENT GAME AGAINST NO. 13 LSU
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC/UCLA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • San Jose Mercury News: FOR STANFORD, OPENER; FOR SJSU, GAME 3

    Friday, Augusut 29, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: GIVE EDGE TO COSTA, BUT WILL HE START?
  • Tucson Citizen : MOREDICH: HANKWITZ REVIVING WILDCATS' DEFENSE
  • OC Register: POWERING UP
  • Contra Costa Times: ALEXANDER: THE GREAT?
  • Contra Costa Times: RIVALS STEP UP GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL SAFETY GIORDANO GETTING ACCLIMATED TO DIVISION I
  • Oakland Tribune: RECEIVERS HAVE NO QB FAVORITE
  • Oakland Tribune: LEWIS REMAINS STANFORD'S NUMBER ONE QB--FOR NOW
  • Seattle P.I. : COUGARS NOTEBOOK: COUG LOVES LIFE ON ROAD
  • Seattle P.I.: HUSKIES NOTEBOOK: UW PACKS INEXPERIENCE
  • The News Tribune: REDSHIRT FRESHMAN WITH FIRST-START JITTERS?
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER HAS HIGH EXPECTATIONS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO SOCCER: NEW SEASON, NEW CHANCE TO BREAK THROUGH
  • LA Times: MOORE IS BETTER AT UCLA
  • LA Times : PAC-10 FOOTBALL: TO START, A BEVY OF BELLWEATHER GAMES
  • Seattle Times: UW: CATCH US IF YOU CAN
  • Seattle Times : UW SOCCER HOSTS NATION'S BEST TEAM
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL PREVIEW
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS TO SEE IF SEQUEL UP TO TASK
    *San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD QB SITUATION STILL UP IN AIR AFTER SCRIMMAGE

    Thursday, August 28, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA V-BALL TEAM CONFIDENT IT HAS WHAT IT TAKES FOR AN NCAA TITLE
  • OC Register: CORSO: USC FEEDS OFF CHOW, NOT QB
  • OC Register: OLSON EXPECTS ONGOING BATTLE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: FOR RILEY, COMING HOME WAS THE RIGHT THING TO DO
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON WORKING TO REVERSE 2002
  • LA Times: USC CROSSES GOAL LINE FOR BASKETBALL ARENA
  • Seattle Times: DYNAMIC DUO: PICKETT-TO-WILLIAMS COULD GO DOWN BEST QB-WR DUO
  • Seattle Times: KEGEL'S WAIT TO BE WSU'S NO. 1 QB IS OVER
  • Seattle Times : UW'S FREDERICK: IDEAL TIME TO CALL 'ET'
  • Seattle Times : FINALLY, UW CAN FOCUS ON FOOTBALL
  • Seattle Times : WSU BOWL HOPES COULD REST WITH KEGEL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Coug's Derting had big day in Seattle
  • Seattle PI: A moment with...WSU DB coach Ken Greene
  • Seattle PI: A moment with...UW offensive coach John Pettas
  • Seattle PI: Kegel ready to replace Gesser
  • Seattle PI: Meet the new Boss
  • Oakland Tribune: Bears prepare for Southern Miss
    *Arizona Daily Star: NUMBERS GAME HELPING COACHES DECIDE QB ISSUE
    *Arizona Daily Star: DUNN COULD REJOIN CATS THIS SEASON
    *Oregonian: OSU'S HIGH HOPES, TALENT HINGE ON OFFENSE CLICKING
    *Oregonian: HORNETS WILL UNVEIL NEW LOOK AGAINST BEAVERS
    *Oregonian: UO FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: LAST YEAR WAS LAST YEAR, SAYS CARROLL
    *San Jose Mercury News: LEWIS SEEMS TO LEAD STANFORD'S QB BATTLE
    *San Jose Mercury News: POWERS OF THE WEST

    Wednesday, August 27, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BIG CLEATS TO FILL
  • Tucson Citizen: UTEP LOOMS, BUT CATS' QB PICK STILL UP IN AIR
  • Contra Costa Times: WIDEOUT'S SCAR NOW BEARABLE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL PLAYERS STILL FIGHTING FOR JOBS
  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS WILD ABOUT WIDEOUTS
  • Arizona Republic : NEW VOLLEYBALL COACH ASKING FOR LEAP OF FAITH
  • Seattle Times: RETURN TO HIS ROOTS TO BE TAKEN TO HART
  • The Spokesman Review: QB Hurd definitely sidelined for season
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Williams faces tough foe
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: In Kegel's hands
  • Seattle PI: Gilby debuts in hot lights of prime time
  • Oakland Tribune: Bears prepare for Southern Miss
  • Oakland Tribune: Tedford plans to stay aggressive
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' VESTS HAVE SHERRILL RED HOT
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS INEXPERIENCED BUT EXCITED
  • Oregonian: AS ANDERSON'S EFFICIENCY IMPROVES, SO WILL OSU'S RECORD
  • Oregonian: CHASING GLORY ISN'T PART OF HIS GAME PLAN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LEWIS WILL REMAIN WITH THE TROJANS

    Tuesday, August 26, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA PREPARES TO HANDLE BLITZ
  • Tucson Citizen: NO DECISION ON CATS' QB
  • Tucson Citizen: 7 FROSH PLAYERS IN THE LINEUP
  • OC Register: REPLACING QUARTERBACKS A SNAP FOR USC'S CHOW
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL OFFENSE PUTS ON SHOW FOR SOUTHERN MISS COACH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECT TEDFORD TO BE AROUND FOR A WHILE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CHAMBERS PROVES WORTH AS STANFORD'S ELDER STATESMAN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: JC PLAYERS ARE PROVIDING IMMEDIATE HELP
  • Arizona Republic: READING BLITZ KEY TO SUCCESS IN UA'S OPENER
  • Arizona Republic: FLOODED MARKET FORCES SUN DEVILS TO BATTLE FOR FANS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: No gimmie for Gilby, but he won't whine about UW debut
  • Seattle PI: UW gave Buckeyes black eye in 1966
  • Oakand Tribune: Chambers anchors inexperienced line
  • Oakland Tribune: Cal corner ready for more despite tough initiation
  • Eugene Register-Guard: FIFE, CLEMENS WILL SHARE TIME IN UO'S OPENER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU CORNERS LACK EXPERIENCE, NOT POTENTIAL
  • LA Times: COLBERT'S QUIET ASCENT
  • Seattle Times: UW READY FOR GAMES TO BEGIN
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS THOUGHTS AREN'T WANDERING
    *Arizona Daily Star: UTEP THE FIRST STEP FOR CATS' QBS
    *Arizona Daily Star: FOR SECOND SEASON, PARADA SIDELINED
    *Long Beach Press-Telegram: PRO PROSPECT UDEZE FOCUSES ON AUBURN

    Monday, August 25, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: AFTER UTEP, IT ONLY GETS HARDER FOR WILDCATS
  • OC Register: BOOTY WON'T BE RUSHED
  • OC Register: OFFENSIVE LINE WORRIES DORRELL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS UPBEAT DESPITE DEFEAT. CAL: TEDFORD PROUD DESPITE LOSS TO K-STATE
  • Arizona Republic: ARIZONA HAS MUCH TO PROVE
  • Arizona Republic: WALTER KNOWS WINS EXPECTED
  • Eugene Register-Guard: LOCKER ROOM PAIRS TECHNOLOGY, LUXURY
  • LA Times: CARDINAL RULE IS WHAT UCLA NOW MUST FOLLOW
  • LA Times: MOORE IS THE FEELING FOR BRUIN QB
  • LA Times: A CONFERENCE HEADED SOUTH
  • Seattle Times: RECORD CROP OF UW FRESHMEN MAY SEE ACTION
  • Seattle Times : WSU TIGHT ENDS NOW A FORCE, NOT FARCE
  • The Spokesman Review: Cougars forced to scramble
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Alexis is the runaway winner in Huskies' scrimmage
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Walk-on is 'living a dream' with UW
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: The Huskies' Reggie Williams is one of five mega-talented college recievers...
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW's starting young with backup recievers
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Grounded Cougs might opt to run more than before
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Who's backup QB for Cougs?
  • Seattle PI: Huskies switch focus
  • Oakland Tribune: Cal corner ready for more despite tough initiation
    *Oregonian: EYES WIDE OPEN
    *Oregonian: UO'S LUXURY SWEET
    *Long Beach Press Telegram: UCLA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Long Beach Press Telegram: USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

    Friday, August 22, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: STARTING LINEUP 'SUBJECT TO SUBSTITUTION'
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL CENTER A MAN ON A NEW MISSION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS HARD PRESSED TO MATCH LAST YEAR. CAL INEXPERIENCED IN MANY AREAS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL LOOK FOR A NEW BEGINNING. TEEVENS ERA HAD A ROUGH START.
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 HURRY UP AND WIIN CONFERENCE EPITOMIZES CHALLENGES FOR NEW COACHES
  • The Spokesman Review: Younger players getting chance
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Little known Davis 'just makes plays'
  • Seattle PI: Newell claims free safety spot
  • Seattle PI: Coleman voted captain
  • Arizona Republic: DUO OF LIGHTFOOT, FULTON CATCHING ON
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S TROUBLES CONTINUE AT LINEBACKER
  • Seattle Times: UW: FUTURE OF SEASON WILL BE TOLD AT FINAL SCRIMMAGE
  • Seattle Times: WSU: BRINK IS GOOD ENOUGHT NOT TO USE
  • Arizona Daily Star: DEFENSE GRABS SPOTLIGHT IN CONTROLLED SCRIMMAGE
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Oregonian: LINEBACKER IS DUCKS' MYSTERY POSITION
  • Oregonian: IN SANCHEZ, BEAVERS CAN COUNT ON SOME FUN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FATIGUE SIDELINES RB EBELL

    Thursday, August 21, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BROOKS HAS OLD SPOT, NEW ROLE: LEAD ON D
  • Tucson Citizen : MACKOVIC TO QB'S: DON'T TAKE UNNECESSARY RISKS
  • OC Register: BROWN LEARNS HE'S DEFINITELY PART OF GAME PLAN
  • Contra Costa Times: ALEXANDER: THE GREAT?
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S SPEED 'D' IS ON A RUSH
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO PUNTERS GET THEIR KICKS
  • Eugene Register-Guard : A FEW BATTLES REMAIN, BUT BEAVERS ALMOST SET
  • LA Times: BUFFALOED AGAIN? BRUINS HOPE NOT
  • Seattle Times: WSU OFFENSE LOOKS SHAKY IN FINAL SCRIMMAGE
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *The Spokesman Review: Banged up Cougars don't look ready in scrimmage
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Happy day for the Huskies leaves Gilbertson seeing red
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Cougars not ready for Roses Doba says
  • Oakland Tribune: Bears prepare to face option against Kansas State
    *Oregonian: STADIUM PLAN NEEDS PORTLAND FANS

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: FROSH PLAYERS SHINE AT ASU SCRIMMAGE
  • OC Register: QB ROTATION MIGHT SOLVE THIS QUANDARY
  • Contra Costa Times: EXPECTATIONS HIGH FOR LINEBACKER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NOTEBOOK: LOFTEN CATCHING ON TO HIS NEW POSITION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: SPECIAL TEAMS GET EXTRA ATTENTION
  • Arizona Republic: ASU TAILBAACKS SAY OFFENSE IS MORE THAN WALTER
    *The Tacoma News Tribune: Two's a crowd... when it comes to Heisman Trophy hopefuls
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Cougars solve center issue but not middle linebacker
  • The Oakland Tribune: Stanford concentrates on speed
  • USA Today: Walter wants win not gaudy passing stats
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S MATSON EAGER TO STOP BEING SPECTATOR
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS HAVE PLENTY OF TALENT TO REPLACE DEPARTED D-LINEMEN
  • Seattle Times: FOUR UW FRESHMEN HUMMING A TUNE THAT MAY CATCH ON
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: WHAT'S LEFT OF RECEIVING UNIT HAS LOTS OF CATCHING UP TO DO
    *Oregonian: OSU'S MISSING LINK: CONSISTENCY

    Tuesday, August 19, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA KICKER GILL GIVES HIS BAD HABITS THE BOOT
  • OC Register: HE'S ON THE WRIGHT TRACK
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD PICKS ROBERTSON TO BE CAL QB
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STARTING QB BATTLE WILL CONTINUE. ROBERTSON NAMED CAL'S STARTING QB FOR OPENER, CLOSE COMPETITION WITH JC TRANSFER.
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECT RODGERS TO LEAD CAL'S OFFENSE SOON
    *The Spokesman Review: Linebacker shuffle continues
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Seery in lead for starting fullback position
  • Seattle PI: Green's health still a concern
  • Seattle PI: Driving Mr. Johnson
  • Oakland Tribune: Robertson takes QB reins, for now at least
    *Arizona Daily Star: HARDT AND SOUL
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Oregonian: ANDERSON'S ARM INJURY NOT AS SERIOUS AS THOUGHT
    *Long Beach Press Telegram: UCLA/USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

    Monday, August 18, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: CAT QBS AVOID EGG ON FACE BY SCRAMBLING
  • Tucson Citizen : UA SHOWS ITS GOT LEGS AS RUSHERS RULE THE DAY
  • Tucson Citizen : UA FOOTBALL: NO MAGIC NUMBER
  • OC Register: DREW OPENS EYES IN PRACTICE
  • OC Register: DENNIS SHOWS HIS EXPERIENCE
  • Contra Costa Times: REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IS FACING TALL TASK IN CAL'S SECONDARY
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD NEARS DECISION ON STARTING QB
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WR STRANG PACKED ON POUNDS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NEW RICHES AT TIGHT END TO POWER STANFORD'S ATTACK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL LOOKS WELL-ARMED ANY OF THREE QBS COULD BE STARTING FOR BEARS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S DEFENSE VOWS TO LEAD WAY
  • Arizona Republic: MACKOVIC ASSURES ENJOYABLE SEASON FOR VALLEY FANS
  • The Spokesman Review: Swogger's job as backup QB is a difficult task
  • The Spokesman Review: Cougars continue shuffle in scrimmage
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Few answers for Huskies
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Plenty of positions open for the taking at UW camp
  • The Oakland Tribune: Size doesn't respect Strang's effort at Cal
  • Arizona Republic : ASU'S CHRISTENSEN DOESN'T MIND HAVING TO BATTLE FOR NO. 2
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO FOOTBALL: NO END TO THE FIGHT
  • LA Times: CHILL FACTOR: CAN USC'S LEINART BE POISED LEADER?
  • Seattle Times: UW FOOTBALL: FROM THE INSIDE: PROGRESS MADE
  • Seattle Times DOBA: PRICE IS WELCOME HERE
    *Arizona Daily Star: STARTING QUARTERBACK STILL AN UNDECIDED ISSUE
    *Arizona Daily Star: UA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Oregonian: KEEPING UO IN THE RUNNING

    Friday, August 15, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: 'SENSE OF URGENCY'
  • Tucson Citizen: SIMPSON: MACKOVIC SHOWS NEW STYLE AT MEDIA DAY
  • Seattle PI: Whatever happened to Husky football player Don Moore?
  • Seattle PI: Huskies Notebook: Huskies reload at tight end
  • Seattle PI: Cougars Notebook: WSU practices scaled back
  • Seattle PI: Gesser retains Cougar heart
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL GRABS 4TH TOP RECRUIT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO: FOUR TALENTED ATHLETES FIGHTING TO START AT TAILBACK
  • LA Times: CARROLL LOCKING IN ON LEINART
  • Seattle Times: UW: NEW OFFENSIVE LINE COACH LAYING IT ON THE LINE
  • Seattle Times: DOBA STAMPS HIS OK ON TEAM'S SCRIMMAGE
    *Arizona Daily Star: GOING FOR A NEW LOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: DEFENSE HAS EDGE IN SCRIMMAGE

    Thursday, August 14, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: 'STORK' BULKS UP, FLIES HIGH
  • OC Register: O.C. FOUR LINE UP FOR A SPOT
  • OC Register: WARE SHOWS OFF HIS BIG CHANGE FROM OFFSEASON
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD IS LOOKING TO LEARN LESSON FROM ITS ADVERSITY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NOTEBOOK: RECEIVER CAMARILLO REJOINS BUSY MIX
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL NOTEBOOK: RUNNING GAME SPARKLES, EVEN WITHOUT ECHEMANDU
  • Arizona Republic: BIG PLAY WILL ONLY CARRY UA QUARTERBACK SO FAR
    *The Spokesman Review: Kegel shines in Cougars' first scrimmage
  • The Spokesman Review: Cougars open hoops season in Alaska
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Stevens makes push on defensive line
  • The Seattle PI: Amplifiers up: new coach Phil Snow has been burning ears at practice
  • Oakland Tribune: Lights, Camera, Action for Riddle
  • Arizona Republic: NEW RULE HAS SUN DEVILS SWEATING
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS LOOK TO REPLACE 3-YEAR PUNT RETURNER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU FOOTBALL: DEFENSE STARTS FAST IN FIRST SCRIMMAGE
  • Seattle Times: PAUS NEEDS TO HIT FAST-FORWARD
  • Seattle Times: FEWER SUBS ON DEFENSE IN HUSKIES' GAME PLAN
  • Seattle Times: MCELVAINE NAMED UW ROWING COACH
    *Oregonian: HASS TRIES HIS HANDS AT RECEIVER
    *Oregonian: FACING LIFE AT ITS WORST AND BEST
    *Arizona Daily Star: FROM QB TO MD
    *Arizona Daily Star: EXPERIENCE ALONE NOT ENOUGH AT UA
    *Arizona Daily Star: PRESEASON INJURIES HAUNTING UA OFFENSIVE LINE AGAIN

    Wednesday, August 13, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: QUARTERBACK COMPETES FOR STARTING SPOT: COSTA'S ASSETS: ARM, SPEED.
  • OC Register: DORRELL: ABOUT-FACE, FORWARD MARCH
  • OC Register: LEINART LIGHTS IT UP IN USC'S SCRIMMAGE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL LIINEBACKER FITS PROPER MOLD
    *The Spokesman Review: Practices reach crunch time as Cougs push past fatigue
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Huskies' top recruit is a big fish in a big pond
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Tougher opponents on the schedule for Cougars this season
  • Seattle PI: Dawg fight at QB
  • Oakland Tribune: Coach Montgomery can grow old on the farm
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BEAVERS BEEF UP: SIZABLE LINEMEN KEY IN OSU'S SCHEME
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON STATE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S RECEIVING UNIT FINALLY CATCHES A BREAK
  • LA Times: DORRELL READY TO MAKE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION
  • LA Times: USC: LEINART TIGHTENS GRIP ON TOP SPOT
  • Seattle Times: UW: FRESHMAN KICKERS LOOK LIKE STARTERS
    *Arizona Daily Star: TUITAVUKI TO PICK UP THE FLAG AT NOSE TACKLE
    *Oregonian: DEFENSE SHOWS ITS STAR QUALITY DURING OSU'S FIRST SCRIMMAGE
    *Oregonian: DUCKS RECEIVER TAYLOR BACK ON FIELD
    *San Jose Mercury News: UNIFIED SQUAD GREETS TEEVENS

    Tuesday, August 12, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: UA WHOPPER SHUNS WHOPPERS
  • OC Register: MADE TO BRING ORDER
  • Contra Costa Times: ANTSY LUPOI WANTS TO PLAY AGAIN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: REFRESHED STANFORD LOOKING TO REBOUND
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS JOIN FORCES FOR DOUBLES
  • LA Times: OLSON HAS EARLY LEAD TO START AT QB FOR BRUINS
  • The Spokesman Review: Thompson just happy to help
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Eriks could win tightend job by default
  • Seattle PI: Back from mission, ready to compete for the Cougs
  • Oakland Tribune: Newcomers earn Tedford's praise at camp
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES LOSE ANOTHER FULLBACK

    Monday, August 11, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: PAC 10 FOOTBALL: LOOKING FOR YARDS, NOT INCHES
  • Tucson Citizen: ASU: 'EVERYBODY READY TO GO'
  • OC Register: BUSH DOESN'T HIDE MUCH IN PRACTICE
  • Contra Costa Times: STEVES, CROSS IMPRESS AT TIGHT END
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS DRAW A CROWD AT QUARTERBACK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BIGGER, FASTER STANFORD HAS SOMETHING TO PROVE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL HAS OFFENSIVE LINE OF REALLY BIG THINKERS, GROUP PROVIDES STABILITY ON CHANGED TEAM
  • Arizona Republic: UA'S O'HARA LONGS TO START AT QB
  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS NEED RUNNING GAME TO CLIMB OUT OF PAC-10 CELLAR
  • Arizona Republic: ASU STARTS PRACTICE WITH RENEWED HOPE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO: NOW FULL TIME AT DEFENSIVE END IS A BRICK WALL NAMED OLSHANSKY
  • Seattle Times: UW'S HEDGES SEES NO REASON TO LEAVE AD JOB
  • The Spokesman Review: Cougs anxious to get crackin'
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Embarrassment of Experience
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW's Fredericks wants to play basketball again
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: Who will carry the football?
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: One way UW football spells success at TESC
  • The Seattle PI: With no experience at kicker or punter...
  • The Oakland Tribune: Bears sweat, burn at workouts
  • The Oakland Tribune: Bears football schedule looks grisly
  • The Oakland Tribune: Cross shows Cal he has sure hands
  • The Oakland Tribune: Mom kept bear on the right path

    Friday, August 8, 2003

  • Tucson Citizen: BIGGER SMITH WANTS TO STAND OUT
  • OC Register: LEINART STARTS SOLID
  • Contra Costa Times: SMALL TOWN KID HAS BIG TIME PLAYING STREAK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ROVER IS TOP DOG ON CAL'S DEFENSE MCCLESKEY IS LONE RETURNING DB STARTER
  • Arizona Republic: UA LINEBACKER BEEFS UP
    *Seattle PI: GILBERTSON'S DEAL SMALLER, SIMPLER THAN NEUHEISEL'S
  • Seattle PI: TEAM SHY ON EXPERIENCE AT WIDE RECIEVER
  • Oakland Tribune: LELAND KEEPS STANFORD AT TOP EVERY YEAR
  • The Spokesman Review: LOO FACES A LOU-LOU OF CHALLANGE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: A MIX OF RETURNEES AND JC PLAYERS HAS OREGON HOPING FOR IMPROVED DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD
  • Seattle Times: TALENT MAY LEAD TO SEASON OF SUCCESS FOR WSU

    Thursday, August 7, 2003
    *Arizona Republic: BOARDMAN RETURN HELPS TO ENERGIZE ASU PRESEASON
    *Eugene Register-Guard: UO FOOTBALL: DUCKS LOOKING FOR A LEADER
    *Eugene Register-Guard: ALIOTTI HOPING HIS WORST CRITIC WILL LET HIM SLEEP THIS SEASON
    *Seattle Times: GILBERTSON MAKING NOISE WITH SILENCE
    *Seattle Times : SIX EX-UW ROWERS MAKE U.S. TEAM
    *Seattle Times: COUGARS BEGIN FALL DRILLS WITH THAT ROSY FEELING

  • San Francisco Chronicle: FAKE GRASS AT CAL A REAL IMPROVEMENT
  • Contra Costa Times: AT CAL, THREE'S A CROWD AT QUARTERBACK
  • Contra Costa Times: BEAR HAS HEALTHY OUTLOOK
  • OC Register: IT'S NOW DEFENSE U
  • Tucson Citizen: O HENRY? UA LINEBACKER OUT TO RUN
    *Seattle PI: HUSKIES ON THE BALL AS GILBERTSON TAKES THE HELM
    *Spokesman Review: COUGARS KICK OFF FALL PRACTICE STRONGER
  • Spokesman Review: WSU FACING CHALLENGES
  • Spokesman Review: GILBERTSON TELLS HUSKIES ITS TIME TO LOOK FORWARD
  • Tacoma News Tribune: SHH, HUSKIES AT WORK
  • Tacoma News Tribune: DOBA PUTS STAMP ON NEW-LOOK COUGARS

    Wednesday, August 6, 2003

  • LA Times: USC LOOKS TO NEW FACES IN KEY ROLES
  • LA Times : NEW RULES LIMIT TIME AT PRACTICE

    Tuesday, August 5, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S AD WOULD LIKE THIS PROBLEM
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU FOOTBALL: JACKSON'S STAR SHINING BRIGHTLY
  • Eugene Register-Guard : OSU'S NEWSON TAKES AIM AT RECORDS
  • Eugene Register-Guard : SINCE RILEY'S LAST STAND, OSU FOOTBALL BECOMES A NEW WORLD
  • LA Times: UCLA SET TO HONOR WOODENS
  • Seattle Times: UW FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
    *Arizona Daily Star: INFLUX OF YOUTH, NEW DEFENSE STAMP CATS IN '03
    *Oregonian: AS PRACTICES BEGIN, BEAVERS AIM TO PLEASE

    Tuesday, July 1, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: WALTER APPROACHING SEASON OF GREATNESS
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS PICKED FOR U.S. BASEBALL TEAM
  • LA Times: UCLA'S MERRICK PACKS BAG FOR SUMMER
  • Seattle Times: THE MENDIOLA FAMILY SAGA

    Wednesday, June 25, 2003

  • LA Times: UCLA'S WATLEY EARNS TOP WOMEN'S AWARD
  • LA Times : PRAYING FOR KEEPS: RELIGION PLAYS CENTRAL ROLE IN HOME OF USC-BOUND QB BOOTY
  • Seattle Times: FORMER UW LINEBACKER SMALL DIES IN ACCIDENT
  • USA Today: STANFORD'S GARKO NAMED COLLEGE BASEBALL'S TOP CATCHER
  • USA Today: UCLA'S WATLEY NAMED TOP FEMALE ATHLETE
  • USA Today: STANFORD, RICE BATTLE ONCE MORE

    Friday, June 20, 2003
    *USA Today: STANFORD SURVIVES WITH LONG BALL IN BEATING FULLERTON, 7-5
    *Seattle P-I: UW CREWS HEADING TO HENLEY TO CAP 100TH SEASON

    Wednesday, June 18, 2003
    *Oakland Tribune: PUTNAM'S POWER KEEPS STANFORD ALIVE

    Monday, June 16, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: UA CELEBRATING HOOPS CENTENNIAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S HOLLIDAY SOARS TO NCAA TITLE
  • LA Times: UCLA'S JOHNSON WINS 400M LOW HURDLES
  • LA Times : TRACK & FIELD: BAD START, GOOD FINISH FOR USC
  • Seattle Times: WSU'S EVANS SOARS TO FIRST PLACE IN HIGH JUMP
  • Seattle Times : UW'S REICHMANN, WSU'S DUDLEY ARE ALL-AMERICANS

    Friday, June 13, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU 'O2 FOOTBALL RECRUIT IS ELIGIBLE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S FIRST DAY AT NCAAS FEATURES GAINS AND LOSSES
  • Seattle Times: NCAA TRACK & FIELD: WSU'S POWELL, WASHINGTON FINISH STRONG
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD HOPES OFFENSE CARRIES LOAD THIS TIME
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S CRAIG CAPTURES 10K TITLE

    Thursday, June 12, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: FORMER WILDCAT NOT STAR-STRUCK AT US OPEN
  • Arizona Republic : ASU, UA DISMISS 'LOOPHOLES'
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO SET FOR START OF TODAY'S NCAA TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: STAKES HIGH FOR SPORTS GAMBLING
  • LA Times: UCLA'S ADAMS TO RETIRE AFTER 2004 SEASON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD PITCHER FINDS SOLACE IN TEAM APPROACH
  • Oakland Tribune: BOGDANOF ADVANCES TO NCAA SEMIFINALS
  • Seattle P-I: FORMER HUSKY SAPP BECOMES MAJOR HEADLINER IN JAPAN

    Wednesday, June 11, 2003

  • Orange County Register: USC NO LONGER RUNNING ON EMPTY
  • Seattle P-I: TWO HUSKIES HIT TRACK TODAY

    Tuesday, June 10, 2003

  • Eugene Register-Guard: KENT KEEPING PACE IN TRANSITION TO COMPETITION AT COLLEGE LEVEL
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD TO PLAY FIRST GAME OF CWS

    Friday, June 6, 2003
    *Arizona Republic: FULLERTON, ASU GIVE PREVIEW OF OMAHA
    *Seattle P-I: HUSKIES REAP ROWING HONORS
    *Oakland Tribune: STANFORD LOOKING TO SLUG ITS WAY INTO COLLEGE SERIES
    *Contra Costa Times: MARQUESS HAS KEPT CARDINAL ON TOP
    *Tucson Citizen: LOCAL ROUNDUP: 4 CATS ON COLLEGIATE BASEBALL'S FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

    Thursday, June 5, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S ARGUELLO STAYS STRONG THROUGH GRIEF
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ACC'S RAID NO ROLE MODEL FOR THE PAC-10
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S JACKSON SELECTED 19TH OVERALL
  • Tucson Citizen: UA ROUNDUP: SOCCER COACH RESIGNS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DRAFT TAPS CAL, STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD PITCHING HAS A FRESH LOOK

    Wednesday, June 4, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: EIGHT SUN DEVILS DRAFTED
  • Arizona Republic: CATS CONTRIBUTE TO DRAFT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DESPITE SUCCESS, DUCKS LEARY OF REGIONAL FORMAT
  • Seattle Times: WAGNER HEADLINES FIVE UW PLAYERS DRAFTED
  • Seattle Times: UW-OREGON FOOTBALL MATCHUP A NIGHTTIME AFFAIR
  • Seattle P-I: UW TRACK TEAM ADDS TWO MORE NCAA QUALIFIERS
  • Oregonian: RETURNING OSU COACH SETS LIMITS

    Tuesday, June 3, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU BASEBALL LOOKS LIKE TITAN TO FULLERTON
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS PREPARE FOR DRAFT'S IMPACT
    *Seattle P-I: HUSKIES' CREW DETHRONED

    Monday, June 2, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: REGIONAL NO SWEAT FOR RED-HOT ASU
  • Arizona Republic: SAN DIEGO ELIMINATES ARIZONA FROM REGIONAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SPRINTERS LEAD OREGON'S CHARGE INTO NATIONAL TRACK MEET
  • Seattle Times : UW WOMEN'S CREW FINISHES THIRD AT NCAA'S
  • Seattle Times: UW OUT AFTER SECOND LOSS TO LONG BEACH STATE
  • Seattle Times : PAC-10 PRESIDENTS REAFFIRM OPPOSITION OF LEAGUE EXPANSION
    *Contra Costa Times: STANFORD PARTAKES IN HIT PARADE
    *Tucson Citizen: UA'S ANDERSON HOPES TO GO IN 1ST ROUND
    *San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WALTZES IN REGIONAL FINALE
    *San Francisco Chronicle: TOP-RANKED STANFORD WOMEN TAKE 3RD IN NCAA ROWING

    Friday, May 30, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: UA BASEBALL STRESSES FAST START AT REGIONAL
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WANTS TO SHOW GROWTH AT NCAA REGIONAL
  • Arizona Republic : ASU'S WEST BACK ON RIGHT TRACK
  • Arizona Republic : DEVILS AIM FOR TRACK NATIONALS
  • Seattle Times: LARSON PROVES TO BE CUT ABOVE FOR UW CREW
  • Seattle Times : UW BASEBALL EAGER TO SHOW IT'S MORE THAN JUST DIAMOND IN ROUGH
  • Seattle Times : AWESOME FOURSOME AS ALL UW CREWS REACH SEMIFINALS
  • Seattle Times : ROSE CRITERIA: NONLEAGUERS MAY GET BOOT AS TIEBREAKER
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS' ROUTE TO SUCCESS DEPENDS ON QUALITY FOES
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD CRAWLED, THEN RAN

    Thursday, May 29, 2003

  • Eugene Register-Guard: KENT CALLS MOVE 'RIGHT THING TO DO'
  • Seattle Times: UW POLE VAULTER BREAKS HAND, OUT OF NCAA'S

    Wednesday, May 28, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: UA WALK-ON HAS QUITE A ROAD
  • Arizona Republic : ASU'S PEDROIA LEADS THE WAY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' SICA IS ACES WHEN IT COUNTS
  • Seattle Times: FENTON ALMOST A CERTAINTY WHEN HUSKIES NEED RELIEF
    *Contra Costa Times: NELSON PUTS CAL BACK IN TITLE
    *Tucson Citizen: 3 CHEERS FOR COLLEGE BASEBALL
    *Arizona Daily Star: CANDREA'S DAYS AT UA NUMBERED? MAYBE SO
    *Long Beach Press Telegram: NEWS NOT ALL GOOD FOR THE WEST
    *San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD TOP SEED IN OWN BASEBALL REGIONAL

    Tuesday, May 27

  • Arizona Republic: CATS BASEBALL BACK IN REGIONAL
  • Arizona Republic : NCAA DENIES ASU TOP NATIONAL SEED
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS WILL HOST REGIONAL
  • Arizona Republic: DEVILS CAN REVEL IN A MEMORABLE YEAR OF SUCCESS
  • LA Times: UCLA CAPTURES TITLE ON GOERL'S NO-HITTER
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES BOUND FOR CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
  • Seattle Times : HUSKIES AGAIN GO UNFULFILLED
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BACK IN SWING BEHIND CAT WITH A ZING
  • Arizona Daily Star: VAN HOUTEN'S .400 REMINISCENT OF PREDECESSOR'S ACCOMPLISHMENT
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS PREPARE FOR NEXT SEASON MINUS CANDREA
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD TOP SEED IN OWN BASEBALL REGIONAL
  • USA Today: UCLA CLAIMS SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 1-0 OVER CAL
    *Contra Costa Times: CAL FALLS IN LAST ATTEMPT
    *Tucson Citizen: ZEST FOR LIFE, GAME
  • Seattle P-I: HUSKIES OPEN VS. MINNESOTA

    Friday, May 23, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU-UA BASEBALL: FROM TEAMMATES TO RIVALS
  • Arizona Republic : UA SOFTBALL FACES WASHINGTON NEXT
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES OVERCOME SOONERS, OKLAHOMA CROWD
    *Arizona Daily Star: CATS SCRAMBLE FOR PRACTICE TIME, SLEEP
  • USA Today: HOLLOWELL POWERS ARIZONA TO WIN IN SOFTBALL OPENER
  • Seattle P-I: VLASKI ADVANCES TO FACE TOP SEED

    Thursday, May 22, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: FEW NOTICE, BUT UA BASEBALL CLIMBING BACK UP
  • Arizona Republic : WILDCATS FROSH PITCHER DOESN'T TIP HER HAND
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SOFTBALL: FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS IN PLACE AT UO
  • Eugene Register-Guard : DUCKS ON TRACK TO MAKE THE NEXT STEP
  • LA Times: ROSE BOWL SENDS MESSAGE
  • LA Times: SOFTBALL: WATLEY GIVES UCLA QUICK FIX
  • Seattle Times: SOFTBALL: HUSKIES HITTING STRIDE AT JUST THE RIGHT TIME

    Wednesday, May 21, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU BASEBALL: LIVING UP TO THEIR LEGACY
  • Arizona Republic: CHEAPER PRICES ON TAP FOR ASU HOOPS TICKETS
  • Seattle Times: UW'S CLARK POWERS BY EARLY SLUMP
  • Seattle Times: UW ROWING: RENOVATION OF SHELLHOUSE IN WORKS
  • Seattle P-I: UW'S SUMANTRI IN ROUND OF 16
  • Arizona Daily Star: CANDREA ROLE MODEL FOR COACH AT ALABAMA
  • Tucson Citizen: SERIES HEAT WON'T WILT COOL CAT HOLLOWELL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S ANDERSON ANSWERS THE CALL

    Tuesday, May 20, 2003

  • Seattle Times: NOTHING SOFT ABOUT HUSKIES' PLAY OF LATE
  • Seattle Times : BOUDON IS HOMER HAPPY BY THE LAKE
  • Contra Costa Times: SECOND-RANKED BEARS IN HUNT FOR FIRST NCAA GOLF TITLE
  • Tucson Citizen: CANDREA: WORST PART IS TO WAIT
  • Tucson Citizen: UA MISSES SWEEP, ASU NEXT
  • Arizona Daily Star: JUNG ONE OF THREE CANDIDATES FOR PLAYER OF YEAR HONOR
  • Seattle P-I: BOUDON BREAKS HR MARK

    Monday, May 19, 2003

  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS: CAL MEN, WOMEN SINK; STANFORD WOMEN UPSET POWERHOUSE WASHINGTON
  • Arizona Republic: UA SOFTBALL HEADS BACK TO WORLD SERIES
  • LA Times: UCLA'S SOFTBALL TEAM POWERS INTO WORLD SERIES
  • LA Times : PAC-10 TRACK & FIELD: USC WIN'S MEN'S TITLE; UCLA WOMEN REPEAT
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES ARE BACK IN WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
  • Seattle Times : PAC-10 ROWING: UW MEN UPSET NO. 1 CALIFORNIA
  • Seattle Times : WSU MEN WIN PAC-10 11 DASH, 400 RELAY
  • Seattle P-I: UW MEN'S VARSITY 8 CLAIMS PAC-10 CROWN
  • Seattle P-I: UW ROLLS INTO CWS
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL CAPTURES SOFTBALL REGIONAL
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD SECOND IN PAC-10 TRACK
  • Arizona Daily Star: SWEET 16 FOR CATS

    Thursday, May 15, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: UA SOFTBALL IS SECOND TO NONE
  • Arizona Republic : ASU MEN'S GOLF FOCUSED TO MAKE RETURN TO NCAA PROMINENCE
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS HOPE BATS WILL GET HOT
  • Eugene Reigster-Guard: UO'S HARTMANN EAGER TO GO THE DISTANCE
  • Seattle Times: UW TRACK: CLIMBING THE CHARTS
  • Seattle Times : UW ROWERS AIM FOR HISTORY AS CAREERS WIND DOWN
  • Seattle P-I: UW SOFTBALL TEAM SHAKES OFF SLUMPINESS FOR POSTSEASON

    Wednesday, May 14, 2003
    *Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS GET EARLY LIFT FOR PAC-10 TRACK MEET

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES' HOPES RISING WHEN IT MATTERS MOST

    Tuesday, May 13, 2003

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS TAKE SELECTIVE APPROACH TO VIEWING SELECTION SUNDAY
  • Seattle P-I: CAL WOMEN CAPTURE REGIONAL BY 20 SHOTS

    Monday, May 12, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S STARTING ROTATION BOASTS LOADS OF SENIORITY
  • Arizona Republic: ASU GETS NO. 3 SEED IN SOFTBALL
  • LA Times: UCLA USES DEFENSE TO WIN ANOTHER WOMEN'S WATER POLO TITLE
  • USA Today: UCLA WOMEN SNAG SIXTH WATER POLO TITLE IN EIGHT YEARS
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS' PATH BEGINS WITH COLORADO STATE

    Friday, May 9, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: OLSON'S WIFE READING NEW BOOK OF LOVE
  • Arizona Republic: ASU-HOSTED REGIONAL WOULD BE AT DIABLO STADIUM
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ARENDSEN HELPING TO MAKE DUCKS SOFTBALL TEAM INTO WINNERS

    Wednesday, May 7, 2003

  • Arizona Republiic: ASU BASEBALL RUNS WINNING STREAK TO 6
  • Eugene Register-Guard: TEAM XO TRACK CLUB UP AND RUNNING
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON WOMEN'S BASKETBALL GAINS TWO
  • Contra Costa Times: FRESHMAN LEANING RIGHT IN FOR BEARS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S POLK INVITED TO U.S. HOOP TRIALS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S VILLA USES INSTINCTS TO REACH HEIGHTS OF HER SPORT

    Tuesday, May 6, 2003

  • LA Times: FOOT SOLDIERS: THERE MAY BE REASON FOR LACK OF OUTCRY OVER UCLA'S DENIAL OF ADIDAS' INFLUENCE
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 FOOTBALL PREVIEW
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL RALLY FALLS SHORT VS. STANFORD IN LACROSSE

    Monday, May 5, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: NAU'S SANDERS JOINS ASU
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON FOOTBALL COMPETITIONS WILL CARRY INTO FALL
  • Tacoma News Tribune: CLEMENS SHINES AT DUCKS' SPRING GAME

    Tuesday, April 29, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU FOOTBALL WELCOMES HIGH EXPECTATIONS
  • Arizona Daily Star: SUMMER WORKOUT REGULATIONS NOW PROTECT ATHLETES
  • Arizona Daily Star: UNSUNG HERO
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS WILL PLAY HOST TO REGIONALS THIS SEASON
  • Oakland Tribune: LAING LEADS BEARS TO PAC-10 GOLF TITLE

    Monday, April 28, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: QB, RUSHING 'D' ARE UA PRIORITIES
  • Arizona Republic: UA'S JUNG PLAYING LONGBALL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO THROWER KEEPS HIS FAITH THROUGH TRIALS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CAL WOMEN'S GOLF CONCLUDES PAC-10 ASCENSION
  • LA Times: UW'S MATKOWSKI POWERS WAY TO PAC-10 TENNIS TITLE
  • LA Times: LOCAL TALENT KEEPS DRAFT POOL FILLED TO BRIM
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: STILL RUNNING ON EMPTY
  • Seattle Times: UW, CAL DO SPLITS IN CREW RIVALRY
  • Seattle Times: DOBA SAYS SPRING 'AWESOME'
  • Seattle Times: FOOTBALL: NCAA SINGLES OUT 'DAILY DOUBLE'
  • USA Today: UCLA WINS NCAA WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS TITLE
  • Seattle P-I: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: TABLE'S SET, RICK, NOW CHOW DOWN

    Wednesday, April 23, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU GYMNASTS SEEK 1ST BERTH IN NCAA'S SUPER SIX SINCE '99
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO WALK-ONS GET A GOOD RUN IN SPRING DRILLS
  • Eugene Register-Guard : DUCKS BEGIN TO GEAR UP FOR THE BIG MEETS
  • Seattle Times: UW'S TIPOTI EAGGER TO PROVE CAREER NOT DONE
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S 'SHORT GAME' MENACES SUN DEVILS
  • Tucson Citizen: BELL, CARR RUSHING TO IMPROVE UA OFFENSE
  • Contra Costa Times: LEWIS OUT TO PROVE HIS METTLE
    *Arizona Daily Star: VANDERGEEST CONFIDENT SHE CAN FIND A SOLUTION

    Tuesday, April 22, 2003

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S NEALY PAR FOR THE FAMILY
  • LA Times: THE SONS COULD RISE THIS FALL
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES SAFETY ENJOYING THE HEALTHY LIFE
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL ADDS SEVEN TO HALL OF FAME
  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW SPRING FOOTBALL: LOBENDAHN EXPECTS TO MAKE PLAYS
  • Arizona Daily Star: FORMER HUSKIES' ASSISTANT JOINS UA
  • Arizona Daily Star: KICKING GAME A CONCERN FOR MACKOVIC
    *San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S HARRIS COULD GET EARLY CALL
  • Tucson Citizen: UW ASSISTANT COACH 'SHIMMY' GRAY HIRED FOR UA WOMEN'S HOOPS TEAM
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL ON TRACK WITH HUFFINS

    Monday, April 21, 2003
    *Arizona Republic: ASU'S WALTER ENDS SPRING WITH FLAIR
    *Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS SEE SHAPE OF THEIR BASKETBALL FUTURE
    *Seattle Times: UW'S SINGLETON RUNNING FASTER AND BETTER
    *Seattle Times: WSU RUNNING BACKS SHINE IN SPRING PRACTICE
    *Seattle Times : OLD DOBA LEARNING NEW TRICKS AT WSU
    *USA Today: OREGON'S RIDNOUR DECLARES FOR NBA DRAFT
    *Tacoma News Tribune: CHALLENGERS CAN'T GET TIGHT GRIP ON STARTING JOB
    *Tacoma News Tribune: FRANKLIN PIERCE DEFENSIVE BACK 'GRABBING THE BULL BY THE HORNS'

    Friday, April 18, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: EVANS FILLS NEED, SIGNS JUCO GUARD
  • Arizona Republic: ASU VOLLEYBALL TO LAND STRONG RECRUITS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: FUTURE OF OREGON BASKETBALL STARS NOT SET IN STONE
  • Eugene Register-Guard : UO BACKS CORNER THE MARKET ON PROGRESS
  • LA Times: LOUISIANA HIGH SCHOOL QB TO SKIP SENIOR YEAR TO COME TO USC
    *Seattle Times: LATEST TROUBLE ENDS HUSKY'S CAREER
  • Arizona Daily Star: UCLA ON THE RISE
  • Arizona Daily Star: PHILLIPS EMBRACES SENIOR ROLE
  • Arizona Daily Star: MYSTERY OF ASU A CONCERN FOR CATS
  • Oregonian: LATE SIGNINGS BUOY BEAVERS' OUTLOOK
    *Oregonian: COST, BENEFITS SEEN IN UO ARENA STUDY

    Tuesday, April 8, 2003

  • Eugene Register-Guard: FLEDGLING DUCKS LOOK TO RULE PAC-10 POND
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: SNOW JOB IS POPULAR
  • Seattle P-I: DAWN OF JAMES' ERA? UW HOPING FRESHMAN CAN BE SOLUTION AT TAILBACK

    Monday, April 7, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU DEFENSE TAKES LEAD IN SPRING SCRIMMAGE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS HANKERING TO HIT AS SPRING PRACTICES BEGIN
  • LA Times: USC'S SEARCH FOR QUARTERBACK WILL SPRING INTO FALL
  • Seattle Times: SO WHY WAS BENNETT A GREAT HIRE? SIMPLE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES NEED HELP FROM OFFENSIVE LINE
  • Tucson Citizen: SOFTBALL SWEEP GIVES CATS CHANCE AT NO. 1
  • Tucson Citizen: UA ROUNDUP: RIERSON STRONG AGAIN IN BEATING MIAMI (OHIO)
  • Tucson Citizen: QBS LOOK GOOD IN SCRIMMAGE
  • Contra Costa Times: COUGHLIN, PHELPS SET PACE

    Friday, Aprril 4, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: FINNISH FRESHMAN SPLASHES ASU BACK INTO DIVING ELITE
  • Arizona Republic : ASU'S ALLEN TO RECEIVE COMEBACK OF YEAR AWARD
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SECOND RILEY ERA BEGINS AT OSU WITH SPRING PRACTICE
  • LA Times: BIG BEN CLOCKS IN: HOWLAND ERA BEGINS IN WESTWOOD
  • Seattle Times: ROBINSON CHOOSES HOOPS OVER FOOTBALL
  • Seattle Times : TIMING RIGHT FOR BENNETT
  • Seattle P-I: ROBINSON QUITS FOOTBALL
  • Orange County Register: GOOD CHOICE TO RESTORE GREATNESS
  • Orange County Register: NO GENTLE BEN
  • Tucson Citizen: BLITZ CREED: LOOK, DON'T HIT

    Thursday, April 3, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: MACKOVIC STRESSING CONDITIONING IN SPRING PRACTICES
  • Arizona Republic : ASU WATER POLO RIDING WAVE OF SUCCESS
  • LA Times: HOWLAND TAKES HOT SEAT
  • LA Times: IT'S DORRELL'S TEAM, BUT THE A.D.'S SHOW
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES TRY TO MAKE A RUN
  • USA Today: UCLA COMPLETES HIRING OF PITT'S HOWLAND
  • Seattle P-I: COUGARS EXPECT TO BE FIRST-RATE IN SECONDARY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES AIM TO GET TOUGHER IN SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE
    *Orange County Register: UCLA MAKES DREAM REALITY
    *San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS CATCHER WITH A TRULY GOLDEN TOUCH
    *Tucson Citizen: NO. 2 WILDCATS GO ON ROAD TO FACE NOS. 1, 3 OF PAC-10
    *Tucson Citizen: EX-SUNNYSIDE WRESTLER LARKIN WINS SPORT'S TOP HONOR

    Wednesday, April 2, 2003

  • Arizona Republic: ASU DIVING COACH HONORED WITH NATIONAL AWARD
  • LA Times: DORRELL IS READY FOR FIRST LOOKS
  • Seattle Times: TWO-SPORT WASHINGTON STAR MAY DROP ONE
  • Seattle Times: BENNETT WILL HAVE PLENTY TO REBUILD WITH WSU
  • Tacoma News Tribune: NATE ROBINSON MAY PLAY BASKETBALL ONLY
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