The Newsstand: 2004 Articles

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: KNOXVILLE NOT SO SCARY NOW FOR CARDINAL
  • Arizona Republic: UA LOOKS TO AVOID HOLIDAY LETDOWN
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S MURPHY TO COACH BASEBALL THROUGH 2009
  • LA Times: THEY HEAR HIM: THE RESERVED DORRELL MADE NOISE AGAINST USC, AND HIS BRUINS HAVE FOLLOWED
  • Seattle Times: UW'S MCLAUGHLIN A CANDIDATE TO COACH NATIONAL TEAMS

    Monday, December 20, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: TOUGH IN THE MIDDLE
  • Tucson Citizen: UA MEN'S BASKETBALL: CATS GET DEFENSIVE
  • Arizona Daily Star: SHOOTING STARS DON'T FLY ON THEIR OWN AT UA
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: DORRELL EXPECTS TO RETAIN ENTIRE STAFF

    Friday, December 17, 2004

  • USA Today: MINNESOTA BEATS USC, FACES STANFORD IN CHAMPIONSHIP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WINS, TO PLAY FOR TITLE
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD VOLLEYBALL IN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
  • Tucson Citizen: RECORD-TYING SCORING BY WILDCATS' WHEELER
  • Oregonian: BELLOTTI ADDS HIMSELF TO POOL OF 10 TO RUN OFFENSE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CRITICS SAY OREGON TRACK SUCCESS MUST BE BASED ON DISTANCE RUNNERS
  • LA Times: MINNESOTA HALTS USC'S REPEAT BID
  • Seattle Times: UW'S ROLLINS OUT OF ACTION FOR SUNDAY

    Thursday, December 16, 2004

  • USA Today: GOING FOR THREE, USC KNOWS IT'LL BE TOUGH
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PACK MENTALITY HAS DUCK OPPONENTS ON THE DEFENSIVE
  • LA Times: IT'S A FEEL-GOOD STORY: MAJERUS SAYS HEALTH IS FINE AS HE SIGNS A FIVE-YEAR, $5-MILLION DEAL TO TAKE OVER AS USC COACH
  • LA Times: LAUGHTER BELIES A SERIOUS QUEST
  • LA Times: USC VOLLEYBALL: FOR BURDINE, THIS IS THE LIFE
  • Seattle Times: MCLAUGHLIN'S GROUP REFLECTS HIS METHODS
  • Orange County Register: USC: MAJERUS READY FOR BIG CHALLENGE
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: HONOR LONG OVERDUE
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: GROWTH SPURT
  • Orange County Register: USC: TITLE WOULD FIT TROJANS TO A THREE

    Wednesday, December 15, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: LEARNING THE OLSON SYSTEM
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: MAJERUS IS USC'S CHOICE
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: HOMECOMING QUEEN
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: BUSH RECEIVES MVP AWARD AT BANQUET
  • Seattle PI: WILLINGHAM'S JOB: RESTORE WINS, FUNDS

    Tuesday, December 14, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: ON-AND-OFF INJURY MAY PUT TANGARA INTO REDSHIRT STATUS
  • Oregonian: OSU'S ANDERSON LANDS 'DREAM JOB'
  • San Jose Mercury News: LELAND, WALSH GOT THEIR MAN
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD'S COACH KNOWS WHAT HE'S GETTING INTO
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: SHIPP MIGHT KEEP JOB
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: CALL THEM HEISMAN TROJANS
  • Seattle PI: WILLINGHAM TAKES OVER HUSKIES
  • Seattle PI: UW PLAYERS ALREADY BELIEVE
  • LA Times: LEINART'S INITIATION COMPLETE
  • Seattle Times: WILLNGHAM THE NEW TOP DAWG
  • Seattle Times: PRIDE AND HOPE ABOUND FOR HUSKIES
  • Seattle Times: DIEDRICK'S POSSIBLE RETURN INTRIGUING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: A MAN OF EXPERIENCE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ARRINGTON AN ALL-AMERICAN
  • Contra Costa Times: HARRIS ARRIVES AT STANFORD WITH WINNING QUALIFICATIONS

    Monday, December 13, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: SHOOTING WOES OF CATS ALLOW FOES TO USE ZONE
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD MAKES IT OFFICIAL ON HARRIS
  • LA Times: LEINART IS LOVING LIFE AND LIMO
  • Seattle Times: NO-NONSENSE WILLINGHAM RUNS A 'TIGHT SHIP'
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HARRIS ACCEPTS STANFORD OFFER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HUSKIES HIRE FIRED NOTRE DAME COACH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: LEINART SAYS HE WANTS TO RETURN TO USC NEXT SEASON
  • Contra Costa Times: CLASS OF 2002 HELPED BEARS GET BACK ON FOOTBALL MAP
  • Orange County Register: N.Y. PUTS OUT WELCOME MATT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES GET NEW TOP DAWG
  • Seattle PI: HUSKIES PUT THEIR TRUST IN TYRONE WILLINGHAM

    Friday, December 10, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUNGRY HUSKIES HAVE HOME COOKING IN THEIR FAVOR
  • Oakland Tribune: REMODELED MAPLES REOPENS
  • Seattle PI: HARD TO TELL IF UW SEARCH CLOSING OR WIDENING
  • USA Today: COMPETING WITH ALL HER HEART
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL RETURN TO MAPLES
  • Contra Costa Times: LAWSON RECONSTRUCTING CAL
  • Orange County Register: USC: GUIDING LIGHT
  • Orange County Register: LEINART GETTING LOTS OF SUPPORT
  • Tucson Citizen: UA BASKETBALL: SEEKING 1,000
  • Arizona Daily Star: BIG CATS STEP UP BIG TIME
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS FACE A KEY RECRUITING WEEKEND
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD TO TALK WITH PITT'S HARRIS NEXT
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: PROMOTION BLITZ WITH SOME GLITZ
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: TIGHT END SPOT FORTIFIED WITH PREP COMMITMENTS
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: BOWL MEANS MORE THIS TIME

    Wednesday, December 8, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: A DAY FOR HUSKIES' DEFENSE
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN KNOCK OFF NO. 11 GEORGIA
  • Arizona Republic: PAC-10 NOTES: WE LIKE IKE, BUT WILL GLASS SLIPPER SUIT ASU?
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK: JAM PLAN COULD INCLUDE UCONN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ARRINGTON, RIDDLE WORTHY OF HIGH PRAISE
  • Orange County Register: GROUND SHAKING
  • Orange County Register: AFTER MUCH SOUL-SEARCHING ... IT'S LEINART

    Tuesday, December 7, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: CAL LOCKS UP TEDFORD
  • Oakland Tribune: BARBOUR ENGINEERS ROSY DEAL
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL FORWARD SETTLES DOWN NICELY
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S IN LINE FOR CHOW
  • Arizona Republic: 2 DEVILS STAND UP TO KNEE INJURIES
  • Arizona Republic: BIBBY IS GIVEN HIS PINK SLIP
  • LA Times: USC SEARCH MAY COME DOWN TO TWO
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HIGH 5 FOR TEDFORD: CAL REWARDS COACH WITH LUCRATIVE CONTRACT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BARBOUR MAKES DECISIVE MOVE
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL COMES OUT WINNER THIS TIME
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S HERALDED KAPP ENTERS HALL OF FAME
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S TEDFORD GETS NEW DEAL
  • Arizona Daily Star: THEME OF TO-DO LIST: PLAY SMART
  • Oregonian: INSIGHT BOWL'S LATER DEC. 28 DATE SHOULD LURE MORE FANS
  • San Jose Mercury News: COACH'S DEAL TAKES STING FROM THORNY ROSE REBUFF
  • San Jose Mercury News: USC'S CHOW, PITT'S HARRIS TO DISCUSS STANFORD JOB
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: WHAT A DIFFERENCE ONE SEASON MAKES
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: BIBBY FOULS OUT AT USC
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: COACH MOVES ON AFTER TAKING USC NOWHERE

    Monday, December 6, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: NCAA WATER POLO CHAMPIONSHIP: UCLA TAKES THE FIFTH IN SECOND OT
  • Orange County Register: USC TURNS BCS TEARS TO CHEERS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU LEFT OUT IN SUN FOR HOLIDAYS
  • Arizona Republic: SCHEDULE HELPS DEVILS' FRESH START
  • LA Times: TROJANS-SOONERS A MAGICAL MATCHUP
  • LA Times: FRUITS OF VICTORY; AGONY OF BCS
  • LA Times: LAS VEGAS BOWL IN THE CARDS

    Friday, December 3, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: CAL'S PAIR OF HEISMAN CANDIDATES BATTLE LONG ODDS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS' PHILIP HAS BECOME THE REAL CENTER OF ATTENTION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ALL SIGNS POINT: STANFORD-UCLA
  • Contra Costa Times: USC: JARRETT HAPPY WITH HIS DECISION NOW
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL HAS BLUEPRINT FOR VICTORY
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: RIVALS SEE THE GAME DIFFERENTLY
  • Orange County Register: USC: CONNECTED BY A STRING
  • Orange County Register: FAMILIAR SOCCER TURF FOR GRECO, UCLA
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: CHASING THE LEGEND
  • LA Times: HARD TO GET: ELUSIVE BUSH JUST WANTS TO PLAY AND SEEMS NONPLUSED BY ALL THE FUSS
  • LA Times: UCLA WOMEN SEEK FIRST SOCCER TITLE

    Thursday, December 2, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: AILING HUNTER JUST PLAYS ON
  • Arizona Republic: KELLER LIVES HIS DREAM, READIES FOR BOWL GAME
  • Eugene Register-Guard: TIMING STILL COMING BACK FOR PLATT AFTER EARLY INJURY
  • LA Times: PAYBACK TIME: UCLA'S CLARK HAS LEARNED FROM MISTAKES IN LAST YEAR'S USC GAME
  • Seattle Times: MORRISON MAKES UW VOLLEYBALL NATIONAL CALIBER

    Wednesday, December 1, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BCS DEBATE NOT FOR TEDFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: UNLV'S PRESSING STYLE TO KEEP CAL ON GUARD
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS FRESHMAN HARDIN GETTING ON-JOB TRAINING
  • Contra Costa Times: LEINART LOOKS LIKE HEISMAN PICK
  • Orange County Register: LINING UP CONFIDENCE
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL BEARS EXPECT A LOT FROM KATELY

  • Seattle PI: CAL RECEIVER EXPECTS TO PLAY IN FINALE
  • Arizona Daily Star: FEEL-GOOD AURA RETURNS TO ARIZONA WITH OFFENSIVE JOLT

  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL 'SHOCKED' AT NEWS

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: TRAITOR?

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: STANFORD MIGHT PAY CHOW A VISIT

    Tuesday, November 30, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD IS COACH OF THE YEAR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: CAL'S RICH CAMPBELL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WITH MAPLES OUT, CAL NAMED HOST FOR TOURNAMENT
  • Contra Costa Times: SO. MISS STANDS IN WAY OF CAL
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL PUTS A RUSH ON ALL-PAC-10 TEAM
  • Orange County Register: PRELUDE TO A GAME
  • Orange County Register: LEINART NAMED PAC-10 PLAYER OF YEAR - AGAIN
  • Arizona Republic: MCCLELLAN GAINS OLSON'S TRUST

  • Arizona Republic: ASU FRESHMAN EARNS TOP HONOR

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES GOOD, BUT WANT TO BE BETTER

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES LOSE ROY 4-6 WEEKS TO INJURY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: ROY INJURY TEMPERS OPTIMISM

  • USA Today: CALIFORNIA BEARS BURDEN OF MAKING POINT THAT IT'S BCS-WORTHY
  • Arizona Daily Star: POST-PRACTICE PRACTICE FULL OF SHOOTING

  • Arizona Daily Star: CHANGE COMES QUICKLY IN PAC-10 FOOTBALL

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS SEEK TO IMPROVE ALREADY GOOD DEFENSE

  • Oregonian: SWANCUTT'S IMPACT IS FELT

  • San Jose Mercury News: DREAM JOB ENDS IN 'NIGHTMARE'

  • San Jose Mercury News: ODDS AGAINST THE RIGHT FIT FOR CARDINAL

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: NAME OF THE GAME

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: BRUINS SEEK RESPECT FROM NO. 1 TROJANS

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: HALF A DECADE OF DOMINANCE

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: SHIPP NOT QUITE YET SAILING

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: TOUGHEST TICKET IN TOWN

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: CHOW INTERESTED IN STANFORD JOB

    Monday, November 29, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: EARLY POLLING RETURNS SUGGEST CAL HAS EDGE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S NUMBER TWO IS IN FIRST PLACE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S 1937 'THUNDER TEAM' RUMBLED TO ROSES
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA FOOTBALL: GEARING UP FOR 2005

  • Tucson Citizen: CORKY: UA FOOTBALL WILL BE SOLID UNDER STOOPS
  • Tucson Citizen: FROSH HAS IMPACT

  • Arizona Republic: WALTER TO MISS ASU BOWL GAME

  • LA Times: ODDS ARE STACKED AGAINST THE BCS

  • LA Times: USC GAME COULD ALTER BOWL MIX

  • LA Times: UCLA WOMEN IMPRESS

  • LA Times: USC-UCLA: TIME FOR REAL RIVALRY

  • Seattle Times: UW VOLLEYBALL: HUSKIES HAPPY TO BE HOME

    Tuesday, November 23, 2004

  • Orange County Regiser: USC DOWNS UCI BEHIND SHACK ATTACK
  • Orange County Register: USC, OKLAHOMA STILL IN CONTROL
  • Tucson Citizen: UA, ASU READY TO RUMBLE FRIDAY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HIGH HOPES FOR LO-RO
  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS ADD TO FOUNDATION
  • Oakland Tribune: RIDDLE ON TRAIL OF CAL SACK MARK
  • Oakland Tribune: BEARS READY TO GET BACK TO BUSINESS
  • USA Today: CAL'S ROSE BOWL HOPES COULD RIDE ON TEXAS
  • Arizona Republic: STOOPS LOOKS TO BETTER FUTURE

  • Arizona Republic: COACHES TAKE HIGH ROAD IN RIVALRY

  • Arizona Republic: BCS RISE BY BOISE STATE HURTS PAC-10

  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS GET FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON POSTSEASON

  • Eugene Register-Guard: NCAA CROSS COUNTRY: HARMON LOOKS TO NATIONALS

  • LA Times: TTHE O'HEISMAN: GAMES AGAINST NOTRE DAME SHOWCASE FOR TROPHY CANDIDATES

  • LA Times: BCS BID ALMOST IN THE BAG

  • LA Times: FOX LANDS BCS DEAL FOR $330 MILLION

  • Arizona Daily Star: BIG GAME FOR BOTH UA, ASU

  • Arizona Daily Star: ASU VS. UA

  • Arizona Daily Star: BOWL SITE, RANKINGS HINGING FOR DEVILS

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS SHUN BIG-CITY FUN, FOCUS ON BUSINESS TRIP

  • Arizona Daily Star: RESTED WILDCATS READY FOR DEVILS

  • Oregonian: DUCKS GET UNEXPECTED HELP IN WIN OVER LOBOS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: GLORIOUS DAY LIVES ON

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HEARING CLEARS WAY FOR JUSTICE IN 2005

    Monday, November 22, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS' BOWL STILL CLOUDED: NOT AS SIMPLE AS A CAL WIN MEANS ROSES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL ALL BUSINESS EVEN IF IT IS PARADISE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WOMEN OVERWHELM UOP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD MEN, WOMEN READY FOR ANOTHER RUN AT SUCCESS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: AUTOMATIC: HOST CAL WINS OPENER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: RODGERS' NUMBERS DOWN BUT STATUS STILL UP
  • Oregonian: TOO MANY PROBLEMS TO OVERCOME
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS LOOK TO FUTURE AS THEY REFLECT ON BEATING DUCKS
  • Oregonian: HOME TEAM HAS WON LAST EIGHT GAMES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ANDERSON'S SWAN SONG IS SWEET
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' SEASON ENDS WITH AN ABSOLUTE THUD
  • LA Times: BCS FACES UNBEARABLE SCENARIO
  • LA Times: CARROLL IS PRIMED FOR A BIG FINISH AGAINST RIVALS
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: O'NEILL APPRECIATES SECOND CHANCE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: TIME FOR DOBA, STAFF TO GET COOKING
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL BECOMING A 2ND-HALF TEAM
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD WOMEN RIP PACIFIC
  • Seattle PI: WIN OVER UW IN APPLE CUP ALMOST LIKE A BOWL VICTORY FOR COUGS

    Friday, November 19, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL FRESHMAN STAYS UP, REGARDLESS OF SITUATION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: THEY'RE STILL STANDING -- WALK-ONS GET STARRING ROLES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NOTRE DAME FLIP-FLOP SENDS FORSETT TO BERKELEY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NEW-STYLE CARDINAL PLAY UTAH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL CAN'T WAIT TO BE RID OF AZEVEDO
  • Contra Costa Times: THE BIG GAME: UNFORGETTABLE
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD HAS COACHES TALKING
  • Contra Costa Times: JOHNSON ERA BEGINS AT STANFORD
  • Orange County Register: IT'S NOW OR NEVER
  • San Francisco Examiner: BITTER RIVALS TO FACE OFF
  • Tucson Citizen: MEN'S BASKETBALL: TREYS HOMBRE

  • Arizona Republic: PUNT COVERAGE WOES LEAVE DEVILS MISSING SHIVERS

  • Arizona Republic: YOUNG ASU HOPES TO SPIKE NO. 22 ARIZONA

  • Eugene Register-Guard: EXPECTATION, FRUSTRATION COLLIDE

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S ODD COUPLE AT THE HEART OF DEFENSE

  • LA Times: FRESHMAN ORIENTATION FOR BRUINS

  • LA Times: USC PLAYERS GET CAUTIONARY MESSAGE

  • LA Times: COACHES TAKE ON THEIR DREAM JOBS

  • Seattle Times: THE ROMAR REVIVAL

  • Seattle Times: UW STILL HAS QB TURMOIL

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: 2 NATE ROBINSONS AT UW CREAT CAMPUS CONFUSION

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES: LOTS OF GOOD PLAYERS AND A LITTLE GOOD FORTUNE, THEY SAY, HAVE MADE THE DIFFERENCE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS: PART MENTAL, PART PHYSICAL - AND COULD THERE POSSIBLY BE A CURSE?
  • Tacoma News Tribune: SHORT-HANDED HUSKIES OPEN SEASON TONIGHT
  • Seattle PI: WSU'S ABDULLAHS SET FOR FINALE

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCAT VOLLEYBALL TEAM FOCUSES ON ASU, NOT NCAA SELECTION

  • Arizona Daily Star: McCLELLAN SAYS HE IS WILLING TO BE PATIENT

  • Oregonian: ONE LAST TIME

  • Oregonian: RILEY SAYS ANDERSON HOLDS UP QUITE WELL WITH RUNNING HELP

  • San Jose Mercury News: CLOSE CALLS, BUT NOT UPSETS, NORM IN SERIES

  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL MEN FACE NEW TESTS

    Thursday, November 18, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: Despite Heisman talk, Rodgers and Arrington are staying in character
  • San Francisco Chronicle: Edwards' injury leaves Stanford spotlight on redshirt freshman
  • San Francisco Chronicle: A seldom-used path to Rose parade
  • Contra Costa Times: Biggest drive will be outside Memorial Stadium
  • Orange County Register: Farmar points the way
  • Orange County Register: Fresh start for Howland
  • Tucson Citizen: UA Men's Basketball: Confidence game

  • Tacoma News Tribune: LEADERS IN LIMBO
  • Oakand Tribune: CAL'S MCARTHUR HAS HAD AN INCREDIBLE STAY
  • Oakand Tribune: A WIN OVER STANFORD WOULD BE ROSY FOR CAL
  • USA Today: PAC-10 AIMING TO 'MAKE HUGE STATEMENT,' TWICE OVER

    Wednesday, November 17, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL TWIN SAFETIES NOT AFRAID TO TACKLE ANYTHING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: ALSTON HAS JEKYLL & HYDE KIND OF CHARACTER: LB IS TRUE GENTLEMAN OFF FIELD, MONSTER ON IT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS PUSHING 6 FOR ALL-AMERICA
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD COULD FACE A BCS DILEMMA
  • Contra Costa Times: BIG GAME, BIG LETDOWNS
  • San Francisco Examiner: BIG GAME HAS ITS SHARE OF CRAZY FINISHES
  • Tacoma News Tribune DIFFERENCES TO SETTLE? NOT MANY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: FEW BUMPS FOR BUMPUS
  • Oakland Tribune: OUT OF THE SPOTLIGHT
  • Oakland Tribune: OSTRANDER WILL START AT QB FOR STANFORD
  • Seattle PI: RIVALRY TURNS A RARE ROTTEN APPLE

    Tuesday, November 16, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD: CAL STRIVES TO KEEP HOT COMMODITY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS UNMOVED BY BCS JOCKEYING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HOLMOE HAPPY TO SEE BEARS SUCCEED
  • Contra Costa Times: BARBOUR: NO TEDFORD EXTENSION IS IMMINENT

  • Contra Costa Times: HISTORY NOT ON STANFORD'S SIDE IN BIG GAME

  • Tucson Citizen: UA MEN'S BASKETBALL: CATS ARE KINGS OF NOVEMBER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW-WSU RIVALRY DOESN'T EXTEND TO SIBLINGS
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL DEFENSIVE BACKS IN NO MOOD TO PARTY
  • Seattle PI: APPLE CUP TASTES BITTERSWEET
  • USA Today: WASHINGTON UPENDS NO. 14 MINNESOTA IN OVERTIME
  • Arizona Daily Star: IT'S NOT MAGIC, BUT CATS THRIVE IN NOVEMBER

  • Oregonian: UO SEES ONLY ONE OPTION

  • Oregonian: HOPE REPLACED BY QUESTIONS FOR BEAVERS

  • San Jose Mercury News: THIS BIG GAME DRAWING NATIONAL INTEREST

  • San Jose Mercury News: BIG GAME NOTEBOOK

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: PAPERWORK OUT, NEW RECRUITS IN

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WIN OVER DUCKS 'MAJOR STEP'

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC COULD HOLD KEY TO OPPONENT

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: QUIET SHOWING RARE FOR CODY

    Monday, November 15, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: SCHEDULE COULD SCUTTLE CAL'S STANDING IN BCS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: THE HEIR APPARENT: ALAN WIGGINS' DAUGHTER MIGHT BE STANFORD'S NEXT STAr
  • Orange County Register: BRUINS BELIEVE THEY CAN BE FACTOR NATIONALLY
  • Tucson Citizen: UA TURNS FOCUS TO SUN DEVILS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: CATS CLAW OWLS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: LAST-CHANCE BOWL PAIRS UW, WSU
  • Oakland Tribune: KEEPING TEDFORD ESSENTIAL
  • Seattle PI: APPLE CUP 'NOT JUST ANOTHER GAME' FOR DOBA
  • Arizona Daily Star: RODGERS BACK WITH EXCITEMENT, ENGERY

  • Arizona Daily Star: ROSES ALLURING, BUT TROJANS HOPE TO HAVE ORANGE APPEAL

  • Oregonian: DUCKS CAN'T OVERCOME SLOW START

  • Oregonian: DUCKING HIS PAST TO TALK LIKE A BEAVER

  • Oregonian: DEFENSE GETS CREDIT AS OSU BEATS STANFORD

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TURNAROUND VICTORY

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SAME OLD STORY FOR UCLA

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: A ROSE FOR THIS OCCASION

    Friday, November 12, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: HOT HAND AT HAAS: FRESHMAN VIERNEISEL CARRIES CAL TO OPENING WIN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: GEOFF MCARTHUR HAS BEEN UP TO THE CHALLENGE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: OSTRANDER TO START AGAINST BEAVERS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: AMAZING FEATS OF SOME WALK-ONS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FRESHMAN LEADS CARDINAL TO WIN
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD STAR'S LAST HURRAH
  • Contra Costa Times: PARIS, VIERNEISEL LEAD POWE-LESS BEARS TO BLOWOUT VICTORY
  • Contra Costa Times: FRESHMAN QB TO START FOR CARDINAL
  • Orange County Register: AFFLALO IMPRESSES FOR UCLA
  • San Francisco Examiner: TWO AT THE TOP: PAC-10 MAY HAVE TOUGH TIME FILLING NON-BCS BOWLS
  • Tucson Citizen: NO. 10 UA 105, SONOMA ST. 80: STEALING THE SHOW

  • Tucson Citizen: CARROLL SEES BIG CHANGES IN UA'S PROGRAM
  • Arizona Daily Star: IT'S A GLOBAL GAME

  • Arizona Daily Star: PHOENIX NATIVE DISPELS 'SOFT' IMAGE

  • Arizona Daily Star: ROBINSON GIVES UW AN EDGE

  • Arizona Daily Star: BETTER PLAYERS, DIOGU WILL GIVE ASU A BOOST

  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 CONFERENCE PREVIEW

  • Arizona Daily Star: ENERGIZED BENNETT SET FOR 2ND YEAR

  • Arizona Daily Star: DYNAMIC DUO POWERS CATS

  • Arizona Daily Star: IT'S PROVE-IT TIME FOR PAC-10

  • Arizona Daily Star: VERSATILE BUSH CAN FRUSTRATE USC FOES

  • Oregonian: UCLA WORKS FOR SUNNY DAY BEYOND CLOUD OF NEGATIVITY

  • Oregonian: FAMILY BUSINESS WILL HAVE TO WAIT

  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD TO START FRESHMAN AT QB

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: POSITION NOT SO POWERFUL

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HEISMAN RACE SEEING DOUBLE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BAD KNEE TO KEEP MCFOY ON BENCH
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SAFETIES HAPPY TO BE HEALTHY

  • Arizona Republic: FRYE PACES WILDCATS IN EXHIBITION

  • Arizona Republic: DIGOU LEADS SUN DEVILS TO ROUT

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON IMPORTS ANOTHER CANADIAN

  • LA Times: UCLA ON RECRUITS' SHORT LIST

  • Seattle Times: TEDFORD: CALIFORNIA'S GOLDEN BEAR

  • Seattle Times: PERRY SIGNS WITH HUSKIES, CAPS STELLAR RECRUITING CLASS

  • Seattle Times: UW WOMEN PREPARED FOR BURT'S RETURN

  • Seattle Times: HARRISON GIVES COUGARS A MUCH-NEEDED BOOST
  • Tacoma News Tribune: A LONG WALK INTO HISTORY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: AIR OF CAUTION SURROUNDS WALTER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: NEVADA GUARD COMPLETES HUSKIES' RECRUITING CLASS
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL'S PLEASANT SURPRISES
  • Oakland Tribune: BEARS COACH WINNING HIS OWN BATTLE
  • Oakland Tribune: EX MENLO-ATHERTON QB GAINS STANFORD START
  • Seattle PI: CAL QB WON'T BE IGNORED

    Thursday, November 11, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: Cal's class one of the best in the nation
  • San Francisco Chronicle: Cal's taking nothing for granted in season opener

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  • Contra Costa Times: Board game the key
  • Contra Costa Times: Arrington is running down some milestones
  • Contra Costa Times: Cal women ink highly touted class
  • Orange County Register: Spare parts keep USC humming
  • San Francisco Examiner: USC has eyes on title game
  • Tucson Citizen: UA Basketball: Tangara ready for action
  • Tucson Citizen: Football: Smaller Cats hang tough on defensive line
  • Tucson Citizen: Corky: Bibby's No. 10 to hang high at McKale
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES SIGN FIVE RECRUITS
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL PLAYER'S TRIP FROM VALLEY TO SUMMIT
  • Oakland Tribune: NEW PLAYERS TO CHECK OUT AS SEASON UNFOLDS
  • Oakland Tribune: RECRUITS GIVE CAL'S HORSTMEYER HOPE
  • Seattle PI: FINAL HOMESTAND FOR UW SENIORS
  • USA Today: PAC-10 MAY EARN TWO BCS BERTHS, LEAVE SLOTS FOR MAC TEAM, NAVY
  • Arizona Daily Star: RECRUITS GIVE CATS EXCELLENT INSURANCE

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILLIAMS HAS THRIVED IN CATS' ATTACKING DEFENSE

  • Arizona Daily Star: KILLOUGH HOPING TO MAKE MOST OF FINAL OPPORTUNITY

  • Oregonian: BEAVERS STUDY FOR GAME-DAY BLITZ QUIZ

  • San Jose Mercury News: PAC-10 COULD HAVE HARD TIME FILLING BOWL BIDS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: MORRISON GETS THE POINT

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CAN'T MAKE UP HIS MIND

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DREW TESTS ANKLE, HOPES TO BE READY

  • Arizona Republic: UA D-LINE CAN'T MATCH USC'S DEPTH

  • Arizona Republic: BIG CATCHES BACK UP MILLER'S REQUEST

  • Arizona Republic: TURNER THORNE PLANS TO ROTATE PLAYERS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON STATE FOOTBALL NOTES

  • LA Times: HOWLAND GETS RECRUITS FROM CANADA TO CAMEROON

  • LA Times: TROJANS' BIG BYRD

  • Seattle Times: HOOPS COMMITS GIVE HUSKIES ONE OF BEST CLASSES IN THE COUNTRY

  • Seattle Times: WASHINGTON AND PAC-10 WOMEN: WAITING OVER, MCNEILL JOINS HUSKIES

  • Seattle Times: STOPPING ASU'S WALTER A TALL ORDER FOR COUGARS

    Wednesday, November 10, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL BEGIN LIFE WITHOUT POWELL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL HAS HEALTHY MIX OF NEW, OLD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CALIFORNIA: SHUFFLE OF FG KICKERS A POSSIBILITY THIS WEEK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: STARTING QB IN DOUBT FOR MUST-WIN GAME VS. BEAVERS
  • Contra Costa Times: BIG MEN ON BLOCK: CAL'S LINE
  • Contra Costa Times: CHEMISTRY COURSE IS REQUIREMENT AT CAL
  • Tucson Citizen: USC: 'PRESIDENT' OF THE GRIDIRON
  • Tucson Citizen: CORKY: OLSON SHOWS HE'S READY FOR SEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: CARROLL: UA BETTER ON DEFENSE

  • Arizona Daily Star: AILING TANGARA TO SEE LIMITED PLAYING TIME

  • Oregonian: SECOND-HALF WOES ABOUT MORE THAN KEY INJURIES

  • Oregonian: FEWER FANS; MOE PRESSURE

  • Oregonian: MOORE GLAD TO HAVE A PLAN: OSU

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HAVNER TO PLAY WITH HAND CAST

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: RECRUITS FILL NEED AREAS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FINDING THE NEED FOR REED
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WSU WILL HONOR FALLEN `HERO'
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES ROLL TO VICTORY IN FIRST GAME
  • Seattle PI: A NEW APPLE TO TEMPT HUSKIES AND COUGARS FANS
  • Seattle PI: WSU AIMS TO PAD SACK TOTAL VS. ASU, WALTER
  • Arizona Republic: DIMINUITIVE BURGESS CARRYING HIS WEIGHT

  • Eugene Register-Guard: THREE KEYS TO OREGON ATTACK STILL OUT

  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: USC COMES OUT OF FOG WITH ITS BIGGEST GOAL INTACT

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES THRILL FANS IN OPENER

  • Seattle Times: COUGARS TO HONOR ASU GRAD TILLMAN

    Tuesday, November 9, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS STILL 4TH IN BCS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL: POWE'S INJURY FORCES BEARS TO FOCUS ON LITTLE THINGS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: LAST SEASON'S RECORD RUN IS A THING OF THE PAST
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL SOCCER QUALIFIES FOR NCAA
  • Orange County Register: DORRELL SEES BRUINS LEARNING FROM MISTAKES
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA FOOTBALL: 'IT WAS THE BEST FEELING IN THE WORLD'

  • Tucson Citizen: SOCCER: CATS EARN NO. 13 SEED, FACE COLGATE IN NCAAS

  • Tucson Citizen: MEN'S BASKETBALL: CATS LAND IN TOP 10 IN AP MEN'S HOOPS LIST
  • Tucson Citizen: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: CATS WIN; REBOUNDING A WORRY

  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: THE GANG IS ALL HERE

  • Arizona Republic: ARIZONA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: SENIOR-LED CATS BELIEVE OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING

  • Eugene Register-Guard: BELLOTTI HAS EYES ON UO'S NEXT TASK TO TACKLE

  • Eugene Register-Guard: MALIK: EXHIBIT A FOR THE OFFENSE

  • Seattle Times: ROY IN MIDDLE OF UW'S RISE AS BASKETBALL POWER

  • Seattle Times: CRADDOCK, HUSKIES FIRE OFF A VICTORY

  • Tacoma News Tribune: FIRST THINGS FIRST FOR HUSKIES MEN
  • Tacoma News Tribune: OUTSIDE SHOOTING COULD BE THE KEY FOR UW WOMEN
  • Tacoma News Tribune: TOLEDO'S FUTURE AT TACKLE?
  • Oakland Tribune: BRAUN CHALLENGES QUIET UBAKA TO FILL CAL LEADERSHIP VOID
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL MAY MAKE KICKING CHANGE

  • Arizona Daily Star: UA REACTS QUIETLY TO SOCCER NEWS

  • Arizona Daily Star: CONFIDENT CATS READY TO FACE NO. 1 TROJANS

  • Arizona Daily Star: WINNING TRADITION AT USC ON THE LINE, AS WELL AS BACKFIELD

  • Oregonian: DUCKS BATTLE INJURIES FIRST, THEN UCLA

  • Oregonian: FONTENET ENERGIZES BEAVERS IN SECOND HALF

    Monday, November 8, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS HAVE SMORGASBORD OF SCENARIOS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BIG GAME OF SOCCER ON SATURDAY
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S NEW WONDER WOMAN
  • Contra Costa Times: WIN NOT ENOUGH FOR CAL
  • Tucson Citizen: UA GETS SIX SACKS, FOUR TURNOVERS IN BEATING HUSKIES
  • Tucson Citizen: BASKETBALL: OLSON HAS LOTS OF OPTIONS FOR LINEUP
  • Tucson Citizen: SOCCER: UA WOMEN PAC-10 CHAMPS
  • Arizona Daily Star: STOUDAMIRE'S ATTITUDE ALLOWS VARIOUS OPTIONS

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE IN GAME AGAINST USC

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS EARN SHARE OF PAC-10 TITLE

  • Arizona Daily Star: FRESHMAN EARNS 2ND START AT GUARD IN CATS' FINAL EXHIBITION GAME

  • San Jose Mercury News: NARROW WIN MEANS CAL SLIPS ONE SPOT IN POLL

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NO WORRIES FOR TROJANS

  • Arizona Republic: UA BENCH GETS PLENTY OF WORK IN EXHIBITION

  • Eugene Register-Guard: AUBUIRN WATCHES OTHERS SCRAMBLE

  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: DEFENSE HANGS IN FOR HUSKIES

  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: UPSET WIN PUTS COUGS IN GOOD SPOT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HAPPY DOBA HAS SPECIAL CONCERNS

  • Tacoma News Tribune: `WE CAN PLAY LIKE WE HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE'

  • Seattle PI: HUSKY QB FUTURES UP IN THE AIR

  • Seattle PI: KICKING WOES WORRY COUGS

    Friday, November 5, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: DUCKS MAKE THEIR WAY TO BERKELEY: RETURN FOR DLS'S BATES, COLVIN, IN MEMORY OF SLAIN TEAMMATE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 NOT HURTING FOR COACHES' PRAISE
  • Contra Costa Times: CALIFORNIA: SAFETIES FIRST
  • Contra Costa Times: BEAVERS LOOKING FOR A LITTLE DEJA VU

  • Orange County Register: BRAGG-ING RIGHTS ON THE HORIZON
  • Tucson Citizen: UA WOMEN'S SOCCER: FROM WORST TO FIRST

  • Tucson Citizen: UA BASKETBALL: CATS PICKED NUMERO UNO; OLSON WAVERS

  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: FROSH HELPS AT RECEIVER FOR WILDCATS

  • Tacoma News Tribune: BALANCED BRUINS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: ARIZONA THE PICK TO WIN PAC-10 - AND RIGHTFULLY SO, ROMAR SAYS
  • Oakland Tribune: LYNCH CHOSE CAL IN CLOSE DECISION
  • Oakland Tribune: KICKER SCHNEIDER AIMS 'SMALL' FOR CAL
  • Seattle PI: WSU HOPES TO RUN VS. UCLA
  • Arizona Republic: UA PICKED TO WIN PAC-10, ASU LAST

  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS MIRED IN SECOND-LONGEST LOSING STREAK

  • Eugene Register-Guard: BITTERSWEET HOMECOMING: TWO DE LA SALLE FRIENDS HEAD BACK TO BAY AREA WITHOUT TWO FRIENDS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: BROOKS STARS AS UO MEN SHINE

  • LA Times: SETTLING OUT WEST: JARRETT QUICKLY SUCCEEDS FOR USC, BUT TAKES LONGER TO LET GO OF HOMESICKNESS FOR NEW JERSEY

  • LA Times: PAC-10 GOES TO NEW DEPTH

  • Seattle Times: UW PICKED TO TAKE 2ND IN PAC-10

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES RECEIVER CHAMBERS STARTING TO LIVE UP TO HYPE

  • Arizona Daily Star: CONFERENCE HIT BY HOST OF KEY PRESEASON INJURIES

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS, HUSKIES MIRROR EACH OTHER

  • Oregonian: DUCKS DIDN'T GET DEFENSIVE, THEY GOT DEFENSE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: PAULEY FACELIFT BEING DISCUSSED

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BACKFIELD ROTATION AS EASY AS 1-2-3

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS TRIMMING DEFENSIVE ERRORS

    Wednesday, November 3, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD, BELLOTTI HAVE DIVERGENT GAME PLANS
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S ARRINGTON RUNNING TOWARD RECORD
  • Contra Costa Times: KATELY A KEY TO CAL'S SEASON
  • Orange County Register: USC GUARD DETERMINED TO PLAY
  • San Francisco Examiner: GOLDEN BEARS THE BAY AREA'S LAST FAN HOPE
  • Oregonian: CAL IS KEEPING MORE RECRUITS AT HOME

  • Oregonian: WITH USC IN TOWN, OSU NEEDS ITS 'A' GAME

  • San Jose Mercury News: CAL IN PLAY FOR BCS TITLE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NOT THE RIGHT TIME FOR A KEYES PLAY

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LESS IS MORE FOR LINEMAN LUTUI

  • Arizona Republic: TAILBACK HILL INJURES ANKLE, STATUS UNKNOWN

  • Eugene Register-Guard: BIG HOPES RIDE WITH DUCKS TO BERKELEY

  • LA Times: THERE'S SAFETY IN THIS NUMBER: BING MAKING IMPACT IN USC DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD

  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: COUGARS ARE STILL HURTING AT TIGHT END
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WSU TIGHT END FRUSTRATED
  • Oakland Tribune: OREGON OFFERS STIFF TEST FOR CAL
  • Oakland Tribune: STAY, AARON -- AND BRING PARISES TO CAL, TOO
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD CAN'T STOP OFFENSIVE SLIDE
  • Seattle PI: WSU TIGHT ENDS NEAR RETURN

    Tuesday, November 2, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL UP TO 4TH IN BCS
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL IS ENJOYING A BIT OF FOUR-SIGHT
  • Tucson Citizen: WOMEN'S BASKETALL: WILDCATS TO START FROSH AT POINT GUARD
  • Arizona Daily Star: FRESHMAN'S INJURY PUTS LINEUP IN FLUX FOR TONIGHT'S GAME

  • Oregonian: WILLIAMS HAS TO WATCH AS MAXWELL TOILS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NO HOLIDAY THOUGHTS YET

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SMITH MIGHT RETURN NEXT WEEK

  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO READY TO TAKE ON SOMEBODY ITS OWN SIZE

  • LA Times: USC STAYS IN BCS COMFORT ZONE; CAL MAKES BIG MOVE

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES SAY THEY LEARNED WHAT IT TAKES VS. STANFORD
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL'S JORDAN KNOWS WAY AROUND FIELD
  • Oakland Tribune: TELEVISION NETWORKS CATCH CAL FOOTBALL FEVER
  • USA Today: CAL, USC COULD BE HEADED FOR ALL-PAC-10 TITLE GAME

    Monday, November 1, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: THE TIME IS NOW: NEW AD KNOWS STADIUM, TEDFORD KEYS TO SUCCESS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PAC-10 VOLLEYBALL CLASHES ON TAP
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS REACHING NEW HEIGHTS
  • Orange County Register: UCLA'S OFFENSE MAKES STRIDES FROM YEAR AGO
  • San Francisco Examiner: SMELLING ROSES: BEARS HAVE SHOT AT BCS GLORY -- OR SO THEY THINK.
  • Tucson Citizen: UA BASKETBALL: '265-POUND GNAT'
  • Tucson Citizen: CORKY: OLSON CATCH HAS BOXING BACKGROUND
  • Arizona Daily Star: DEPTH PERCEPTION

  • Oregonian: ONCE UPON A TIME, OSU BEAT A NO. 1

  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD'S BOWL HOPES TAKE A SEVERE HIT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: SKIDDING COUGS GET DOBA DOWN
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WITHOUT FLAIR, UW WOMEN NET EXHIBITION WIN
  • Oakland Tribune: 'BEAR MINIMUM' MEMORIES
  • Seattle PI: FATIGUED DOBA TRYING TO RECOVER
  • Arizona Republic: ASU CAN TAKE A HOLIDAY WITH SOME HELP FROM CAL

  • Arizona Republic: BOTTOM'S UP IN PAC-10 WHEN UA. WASHINGTON MEET

  • Arizona Republic: FOX IMPRESSIVE IN RED-BLUE TILT

  • LA Times: USC-CAL ORANGE BOWL COULD BE OUTREACH EFFORT

  • LA Times: LEINART GOES THE EXTRA MILE

  • LA Times: UCLA: BOWL TALK RETURNS WITH NEW ATTITUDE

  • Seattle Times: BURT GETS BACK IN THE GAME

  • Seattle Times: LOSSES WEARING DOBA DOWN

    Friday, October 29, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: WEEK OFFENSES COLLIDE WHEN UA MEETS OSU
  • Arizona Republic: IT'S BACK TO BASICS FOR ASU
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PRESEASON SCRIMMAGE A UO VICTORY IN ITSELF
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO LINEMEN'S JOBS CENTER ON VERSATILITY
  • LA Times: TROJANS REFORTIFY RUSHIN' FRONT
  • LA Times: UCLA VETERANS MAKE PRESENCE FELT
  • Seattle Times: COUGAR FANS WONDER: WHERE'S DERTING?
  • Tacoma News Tribune: TURNS FOR THE WORST
  • Tacoma News Tribune: INJURIES MOUNT FOR COUGARS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: GILBERTSON SETTLES ON PAUS AT QB
  • Oakland Tribune: NFL SCOUTS PREDICT STARDOM FOR CAL QB RODGERS
  • Seattle PI: FOCUSED WSU FRESHMAN BUMPUS DELIVERING ON PROMISES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: D-LINE SHUFFLE WORKING OUT FINE: CAL'S SVERCHEK HAS SHINED SINCE SWITCH
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL CORNERBACK NOT BACKING DOWN FROM CRITICS
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT
  • Orange County Register: LEINART EXPECTS COUGARS' PRESSURE

    Thursday, October 28, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS-SUN DEVILS MAY BE QUITE AN AIR SHOW
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S LIBERO PLAYS WITH ABANDON, REALLY DIGS IT
  • Tucson Citizen: FOOTBALL: SWANCUTT BEAVERS' SACK MAN
  • Paper: CAL THANKFUL IT DIDN'T PASS ON QB RODGERS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: NOTHING CIVIL IN THIS WAR

  • LA Times: BOZ CRIES UNCLE ON UCLA COLORS

  • Seattle Times: HOLY TOLEDO: LOOK WHO'S A HEALTHY HUSKY NOW?

  • Seattle Times: BUMPUS BUSH: NO TIME TO BE TAKING FIVE

    Wednesday, October 27, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: PUYALLUP'S ELLIS GETS CALL TO CATCH PASSES
  • Tacoma News Tribune: USC DEFENSE WITHOUT WEAKNESS
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL-ASU GAME LOOKS TO BE SHOOTOUT BETWEEN TOP QBS
  • Seattle PI: HOPOI EXCELS IN UW'S LOST SEASON
  • Seattle PI: TROJANS RETURN TO SCENE OF TOUGH LOSS
  • Arizona Republic: KOETTER LIFTS SUSPENSION, SAYS HILL WILL PLAY AGAINST CAL
  • Arizona Republic: UA'S MCKALE CENTER ADDING RING OF FAME
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACH SETS LOFTY NCAA GOAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: IT'S BEEN A LONG FALL FOR HUSKIES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON STATE FOOTBALL NOTES
  • LA Times: STEADY CLIMB FOR THIS HILL
  • LA Times: EXPECTATIONS RISE FOR PAC-10 WOMEN
  • Seattle Times: UW'S LOSS IS DUCKS' GAIN
  • Seattle Times: ROBINSON ENERGIZES HUSKIES
  • Seattle Times: SO FAR, HUSKIES ARE LOOKING GOOD

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL QB A REAL PRO: SUPER-EFFICIENT PASSER ON PACE TO ESTABLISH RECORDS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: MYSTERY RUSHERS, QB THREATEN BEARS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: EDWARDS IS BACK AT PRACTICE AND WILL FACE BRUINS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD TIES ARIZONA IN POLL
  • Contra Costa Times: CALIFORNIA: RIDDLE IS SOLVED -- IT'S HEART
  • Orange County Register: USC: DESIGNER D
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA SAFETY DARRELL BROOKS: PUTTIN' ON THE HITS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA TO UNVEIL RING OF FAME AT MCKALE
  • Tucson Citizen: UA, STANFORD TOP PAC-10 WOMEN'S HOOPS POLL

    Monday, October 25, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: WINNING OUT WON'T ASSURE DEVILS A BID FOR ROSE BOWL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: ANOTHER ROAD WIN GIVES DUCKS HOPE
  • LA Times: INCONSISTENCY STILL PREVAILS FOR BRUINS
  • LA Times: SATURDAYS BRINGING NO SEPARATION, ONLY ANXIETY
  • LA Times: USC HITS THE ROAD IN FULL STRIDE
  • Seattle Times: AFTER LATEST LOSS, COUGARS COULD USE CONFIDENCE BOOST
  • Contra Costa Times: SEASONED RESERVES SEEK PRIME TIME IN CAL'S POST
  • San Francisco Examiner: TEDFORD'S GROUND GAIN

    Friday, October 22, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: IT'S TROJAN TRADITION
  • Tacoma News Tribune: NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS ON UW INJURY FRONT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: ANOTHER RUNNING BACK GOES DOWN
  • Tacoma News Tribune: OLD HANDS BUOY YOUNG UW
  • Oakland Tribune: LYMAN REMAINS A PRESENCE
  • Seattle PI: TROJANS' BUSH THE ULTIMATE BACKUP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ARRINGTON MAY JOIN CAL'S ALL-TIME GREATS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL: QUARTERBACKS SETTING SOME HIGH STANDARDS
  • Contra Costa Times: FOOTBALL EASY PART FOR DE LA SALLE'S DUCKS
  • Contra Costa Times: SPEEDY WIEGER GIVING BEARS' OPPONENTS FITS
  • San Francisco Examiner: STANFORD: FARM FRESH
  • Tucson Citizen: RODGERS ON TARGET FOR BEARS THIS YEAR
  • Arizona Republic: CAL COACH WARY OF WILDCATS' DEFENSE
  • Arizona Republic: ARIZONA WILL FOLLOW STOUDAMIRE'S LEAD
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PATIENCE PAYING OFF WELL FOR WHITEHEAD
  • LA Times: TROJANS MARSHALL FORCES: BUSH'S EXPANDING ROLE HAS DIVERSIFIED USC OFFENSE
  • Seattle Times: LITTLE OF 2000 STILL WITH UW
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS: LT ARMSTRONG LEAD MAN ON QB SECURITY DETAIL

    Thursday, October 21, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: STANBACK TO START AGAINST USC
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL FACES UNCERTAIN FUTURE WITHOUT POWE
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL AD'S BUILDING BLOCKS CENTER ON STADIUM
  • Oakland Tribune: ARRINGTON MAKES HIS NAME KNOWN
  • Seattle PI: UW'S NON-LOSING STREAK ON THE LINE AGAINST USC
  • Arizona Republic: FRUSTRATED STOOPS: 1ST YEAR IS HARDEST
  • Arizona Republic: UA BASKETBALL WON'T LONG FOR LEADERS
  • Arizona Republic: FRESHMAN MILLER IS MAKING A HEAP OF CATCHES
  • LA Times: SEE HOW THEY DON'T RUN: UCLA GROUND GAME HAS DISAPPEARED RECENTLY
  • LA Times: GET READY TO BE BOWLED UNDER
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS FRESHMAN QB SUDDENLY NO. 2
  • Orange County Register: TATUPU FOLLOWS FATHER TO STAR WITH TROJANS
  • Tucson Citizen: FOR SALIM IT'S NOW OR NEVER
  • Tucson Citizen: UA RATES 'A' GRADE FOR FOOTBALL COACH HUNT
  • Arizona Daily Star: WOES PART OF THE GAME FOR COACHES IN YEAR 1
  • Arizona Daily Star: OSU'S SERNA ON PATH AFTER 5-FOR-5 KICKS
  • Oregonian: A WAY WITH WORDS, POSITIONS
  • Oregonian: ANDERSON NEARS NO. 1 ON CAREER PASSING LIST
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: RIGHT RECRUIT, BUT WRONG POSITION AT QUARTERBACK

    Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: INJURIES TO LOW, HENRY DEAL BLOWS TO WSU MEN'S HOOPS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: 1-5 START HAS UW ON VERGE OF FAILING
  • Tacoma News Tribune: BRINK STEPS INTO BREECH FOR COUGARS
  • Oakland Tribune: REBUILDING ARIZONA IS COMPETITIVE
  • Seattle PI: BRINK TAKES OVER FOR SWOGGER, GIVES COUGARS OPTIONS
  • Seattle PI: USC HALFWAY TO BCS CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
  • Arizona Daily Star: FOX REPORTS FOR FINAL YEAR, AND HE'S HUNGRY AS USUAL
  • Arizona Daily Star: CAL'S TOUGH-MINDED DEFENSE DRAWS LITTLE ATTENTION
  • Arizona Daily Star: TROJANS HAVE NAVIGATED DIFFICULT PART OF SCHEDULE
  • Arizona Daily Star: FINAL FOUR POTENTIAL
  • Oregonian: EDWARDS' SCRAMBLING POTENTIAL IS REASON FOR DUCKS' CONCERN
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS SAY THEY OWE HOME FANS A SHOW
  • San Jose Mercury News: RODGERS GAINS HEISMAN NOTICE
  • Contra Costa Times: TOUGH GAMES BEHIND TROJANS
  • Contra Costa Times: CALIFORNIA: MCARTHUR GRABS PASSES, RESPECT
  • Orange County Register: USC: BACK FOR SECONDS
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCAT BASKETBALL MEDIA DAY: BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT
  • Tucson Citizen: FOOTBALL: WILDCATS BRACE FOR ARMS RACE

    Tuesday, October 19, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS QB SWOGGER OUT FOR SEASON
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES BRACE FOR NO. 1 USC
  • Seattle PI: SWOGGER'S SEASON IS OVER
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON'S MARGIN FOR ERROR SHRINKS
  • LA Times: BCS STANDINGS BRING QUESTIONS
  • Seattle Times: LINE GIVES HUSKIES LITTLE CHANCE
  • Seattle Times: SWOGGER WILL SIT WITH BROKEN FOOT
  • Arizona Daily Star: FRESH START FOR A WILDCAT
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS' BEHAVIOR AFFECTING TEAM PLAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DORRELL LIKES TEAM'S PLACE IN PAC-10 DESPITE ROUT
  • Tucson Citizen: SURF'S UP FOR KOVALCHECK

    Monday, October 18, 2004

  • LA Times: THERE'S STILL A PERFECT WAY TO MESS UP BCS RANKING
  • LA Times: TROJANS LOOK FOR A FAMILIAR FINISH
  • LA Times: UCLA: YOUTH MOVEMENT QUESTION REMAINS
  • Seattle Times: UW NOTEBOOK: STANBACK FACES NO. 1 TEST
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS' PAINS MOUNT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S NEWEST RIVAL: UTAH
  • Tucson Citizen: KOETTER TO ASU: SHAKE OFF USC
  • Tacoma News Tribune: BRUHN COULD MISS OSU
  • Tacoma News Tribune: STANBACK GETS HIS CHANCE AS NO. 1 QUARTERBACK
  • Oakland Tribune: TEDFORD OFFENSE DEVASTATINGLY UNSCRIPTED
  • Seattle PI: USC EXTENDS LEAD OVER OKLAHOMA IN AP POLL
  • Arizona Daily Star: LOOK FOR CHANGES WHEN WILDCATS HOST HIGH-POWERED CAL
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS ARE RUN DOWN

    Friday, October 15, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES ON GUARD FOR BEAVERS TANDEM
  • Tacoma News Tribune: STANFORD'S MOORE TALL TASK FOR COUGS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: USC STAYS ON TRACK FOR ORANGE BOWL VISIT
  • Seattle PI: OSU CAREER HASN'T GONE AS EXPECTED FOR HERALDED QB
  • Seattle PI: PATTERSON INSIDE DEFENSIVE FORCE FOR USC
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S MAKONNEN DEALS WITH PAIN AS HE SEEKS TO FILL LYMAN'S VOID
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HILL COMES UP BIG, ON AND OFF FIELD: COUGARS' RECEIVER MAKES BIG PLAYS, MENTORS BROTHER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: GOLDEN BEARS' POWERFUL OFFENSE ON TRACK FOR RECORDS
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL DEFENSE PROVES TEAM HAS MORE THAN JUST POTENT OFFENSE
  • San Francisco Examiner: OVERLOOKED: CAL STAR RODGERS WASN'T RECRUITED OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL
  • Arizona Daily Star: DUCKS SHIFTY QB A CAUSE FOR CONCERN
  • Arizona Daily Star: OLSON EAGER TO VIEW PROGRESS OF WILDCATS
  • Oregonian: DUCKS EXERCISE THE OPTIMISM OF YOUTH
  • Oregonian: KEEPING IT ALL TOGETHER
  • Oregonian: HUSKIES EXPECT A HEALTHY FREDERICK
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD, WASHINGTON STATE EVENLY MATCHED
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HICKMAN WILL HAVE SURGERY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: THOMPSON STEPS FORWARD

    Thursday, October 14, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES CO-CAPTAIN BARNES OUT FOR SEASON WITH BROKEN RIGHT WRIST
  • Tacoma News Tribune: GOALS HIGH AS HUSKIES GO TO WORK
  • Tacoma News Tribune: QB MAKING A NAME FOR HIMSELF
  • Oakland Tribune: UCLA NOW HAS PRETTIER PICTURE
  • Seattle PI: BELLOTTI BREATHES LIFE INTO DUCKS
  • Seattle PI: COUGARS FOCUS PRIMARILY ON SECONDARY CONCERNS
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS EXPECT LONG POSTSEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: MONEY DOWN MAKING CATS PAY
  • Oregonian: DUCKS TURN TO STAIR-STEP PROGRAM
  • Oregonian: IAN CROSSWHITE RETURNED WITH HIS WORK ETHIC INTACT AFTER A FIVE-WEEK TRIP HOME
  • Oregonian: FRESHMAN STROUGHTER CRACKS LINEUP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DREW'S UCLA DREAM ALMOST DIDN'T HAPPEN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FRESHMAN SEES OPPORTUNITY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: UCLA FOOTBALL: A TRUE BLUE WHO'S OUT TO BEAT CAL
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: A STREAK FOR THE AGES
  • Tucson Citizen: OREGON: SACKER LONG BACK TO BASICS
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA:COACH: POLK BETTER THAN EVER

    Wednesday, October 13, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: CLEANING MESS TOPS TO-DO LIST FOR CATS COACH
  • Arizona Daily Star: CONSISTENCY HAS BEEN DUCKS' CALL
  • Oregonian: WHITEHEAD, CLEMENS SORE, BUT STARTING TO FIND STRIDES
  • Oregonian: OSU IS MORE DESPERATE THAN FAVORITE
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS BRING DEPTH TO BASKETBALL PRACTICE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: 10 UW MEN'S GAMES TO BE TELEVISED
  • Tacoma News Tribune: KEY PLAYERS FEELING BETTER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: PAUS READY TO START AGAIN
  • Oakland Tribune: WILL CAL'S RODGERS LEAVE FOR NFL?
  • Oakland Tribune: LATE BREAKDOWNS FRUSTRATING TO CARDINAL
  • Seattle PI: CARROLL NO. 1 USC TO FACE ANOTHER UNBEATEN FOE
  • USA Today: WASHINGTON WOMEN LOOK TO COMPETE WITH PAC-10 POWERS
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL PRACTICES PATIENCE WITH TALENTED LYNCH
  • Contra Costa Times: PAC-10 IS NOW ADJUSTING TO UCLA'S ELUSIVE DREW
  • San Francisco Examiner: GOLDEN BEARS SHOW THEY'RE NO FRAUDS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: BEWARE WHEN THE CATS COME ON THE BLITZ

    Tuesday, October 12, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: BEARS LOSE RECEIVER FOR SEASON
  • Arizona Daily Star: SIMILAR TO 2003? NO WAY, CATS SAY
  • Arizona Daily Star: WITH USC NEXT, ASU ON VERGE OF MAGICAL YEAR
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS, HUSKIES BOTH NEED A VICTORY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DEFENSE WORRIED ABOUT CAL
  • Tucson Citizen: UA SOFTBALL COACH MIKE CANDREA: GLAD TO BE BACK

    Monday, October 11, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL LOST NOTHING MORE THAN GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S DEARAUJO TO THE RESCUE SOCCER PLAYER FIRST TO REACT TO FIRE
  • Contra Costa Times: HEALTH IS BIG ISSUE FOR BEARS
  • Orange County Register: USC KNOWS ROAD WON'T GET EASIER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WITH BONNELL HURT, PAUS RETURNS TO STARTING ROLE
  • Tacoma News Tribune:DOBA TELLS COUGARS TO FOCUS ON POSITIVES
  • Seattle PI: HUSKIES BREATHING EASIER AFTER WIN AGAINST SAN JOSE STATE

    Friday, October 8, 2004
    Tacoma News Tribune: HOLDING THE LINE

  • Tacoma News Tribune: SEATTLE PREP STAR FUELS HUSKY HOOP HAPPINESS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW AD, PLAYERS VOICE SUPPORT FOR GILBERTSON
  • Seattle PI: HUSKIES' FREDERICK HAS HOOP DREAMS
  • USA Today: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S BUSH HAVING STRONG CAMPAIGN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: UNDERSTATED TEDFORD, AS EXPECTED, DOWNPLAYS SHOWDOWN'S SIGNIFICANCE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FOR MANY CAL FANS, USC CLASH IS THE BIGGER GAME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HUNTER STALKS THE BALL: CAL LINEBACKER HAS A KNACK FOR GETTING TO RIGHT SPOT FOR TACKLE
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL ALUMNI BASK IN GRIDIRON GLOW
  • Contra Costa Times: RARE TERRITORY FOR BEARS
  • Contra Costa Times: ELUSIVE BUSH GIVES USC CERTAIN EDGE
  • Orange County Register: PILE OF PROBLEMS NOW BEHIND PITRE
  • San Francisco Examiner: LOOKING FOR REVENGE
  • San Francisco Examiner: TROJANS HOPE FOR FAST START

    Thursday, October 7, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: ROAD TRIP COULD BE DISTRACTION OR PLUS
  • Oregonian: DUCKS' OFFENSIVE WOES ALL INCLUSIVE
  • Oregonian: HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SUCCESS LEADS TO CHOPPY WATERS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DOCTORS' ORDERS CAN'T KEEP SCHWEIGER DOWN
  • Arizona Republic: CALDWELL FAMILY DEFENDS FAMILY TRADITION WITH SUN DEVILS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER TEAM EYES NEW BEGINNING
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO VOLLEYBALL: LITTLE CONTRIBUTIONS MEAN A LOT FOR DUCKS
  • LA Times: CARROLL THRIVES ON HALF GAINERS
  • LA Times: CAL'S LONIE: PUNTER FROM DOWN UNDER
  • Seattle Times: TOMASEVIC MAKES BIG IMPACT ON HUSKIES
  • Seattle Times: INJURIES FORCE COUGARS TO SHUFFLE THEIR OFFENSE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL VS. USC: JEFF TEDFORD VS. NORM CHOW
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DUELING BACKS GET THEIR DAY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S LEMON PROVIDES THE JUICE TO ENERGIZE OFFENSE
  • Contra Costa Times: RODGERS LOOKING TO FINISH WHAT HE STARTED VS. TROJANS
  • Orange County Register: GOLDEN ARM
  • Tucson Citizen: UA VS. UCLA: SATURDAY IN PASADENA: TOUGH TO TACKLE
  • USA Today: HUGE WEEKEND FOR TITLE CONTENDERS TO SHOW THEIR STUFF

    Wednesday, October 6, 2004

  • Oregonian: TUCKER'S ELBOW INJURY A SETBACK FOR OREGON DEFENSE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BING, SCHWEIGER TO SIT OUT SATURDAY
  • Arizona Republic: MARK STOOPS NOT PART OF A FAVOR TO FAMILY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: GOOD TIMES COMING FOR HUSKIES, IN BASKETBALL
  • LA Times: CAN CAL REBUILD? FACILITIES REQUIRE UPGRADES IF BEARS ARE TO MAINTAIN MOMENTUM
  • Seattle Times: THE HUSKIES OF LAST SEASON WON THIS YEAR'S RECRUITING SUCCESS
  • Seattle Times: BROCKMAN JOINS UW BUILDING PROJECT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: CHOICE IS EASY FOR BROCKMAN
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: OUTSPOKEN WHITE FRUSTRATED WITH HUSKIES' EFFORT
  • USA Today: USA'S BEST FOOTBALL LEAGUE? IT'S NOT WHO YOU THINK
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL VS. USC: THEN AND NOW
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL MOVERS CONFRONT USC STOPPERS
  • Contra Costa Times: TWO QB'S ON THE RISE
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS NOW GOOD ENOUGH TO DREAM
  • Tucson Citizen: THE QUIET STOOPS

    Tuesday, October 5, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: UA'S HEAVNER UNDER PRESSURE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS IN NEED OF SOME SELF-IMPROVEMENT
  • LA Times: DIFFERENT SLANT: NO LONGER LOST IN THE DEPTH CHART BEHIND WILLIAMS AND COLBERT, SMITH IS STEPPING OUT AS A PRIME TARGET FOR USC
  • Seattle Times: VOLLEYBALL: HUSKIES REACH NO. 1 IN NATION
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES SAY SJSU GAME IS MUST-WIN
  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: STANFORD GAME A NIGHT KICKOFF
  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW EXPECTS TO GET BROCKMAN
  • USA Today: DUCKS RELEASE INCOGNITO AFTER ONE-WEEK STAY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL 'ROVER' IS PLANNING ON PLAYING
  • Orange County Register: USC FINALLY CAN TARGET BEARS

    Monday, October 4, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS GLAD TO WIN BUT EXPECT MORE
  • Oregonian: DUCKS NOT READY TO THROW IN TOWEL
  • Oregonian: MORE MISSED OPPORTUNITIES FOR DUCKS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: OLSON'S BETTER HALF
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC BEGINS TO BEAR DOWN
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD ENDS 10-YEAR DROUGHT
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: HURT, HUMBLED HUSKIES REALIZE HEAT IS ON GILBERTSON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WITH BEARS ON THE RISE, USC GAME GETS BIGGER
  • Contra Costa Times: TOP-RANKED USC LIMITING ITS PREPARATION FOR NO. 7 BEARS
  • Tucson Citizen: ASU HAS 5-0 MARK; USC IS UP NEXT

    Friday, October 1, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S MERZ HAS THE JEKYLL-HYDE ACT DOWN PAT
  • Contra Costa Times: SNAPPING COMES FIRST FOR BEARS' LADOUCEUR
  • San Francisco Examiner: STANFORD MATURING
  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: LITTLE WONDER
  • Tucson Citizen: VOLLEYBALL: NO. 17 CATS VERSUS NO. 10 UCLA
  • Tucson Citizen: ASU FOOTBALL: HILL MAKES BIG PLAYS FOR DEVILS
  • Oakland Tribune: RODGERS SET FOR 2ND SHOT AT BEAVERS

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: UW FLIRTING WITH A RARE 0-4 START

  • Seattle Post Intelligencer: STATE PLAYERS RESILIENT ON FARM

  • Arizona Daily Star: GLASS ENJOYING PLAYING AGAIN

  • Oregonian: BOUNCING BACK

  • Oregonian: RILEY PRESSES TO RESURRECT THE BEAVER'S RUNNING GAME

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DREW KNOWS HE'S A TARGET FOR AZTECS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SCHWEIGER HOPES TO HEAL IN TIME

    Thursday, September 30, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS' RODGERS SEEKS TO AVENGE LOSS TO BEAVERS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HUSKIES SWITCH QBS TO FACE CARDINAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: A (RE)MODEL PROJECT MAPLES RENOVATION ON TIME, UNDER BUDGET
  • Orange County Register: USC: THERE AND BACK AGAIN
  • San Francisco Examiner: CALIFORNIA: BEARING DOWN
  • Tacoma News Tribune: CARDINAL'S DEFENSE WORRIES HUSKIES

  • Seattle Post Intelligencer: STANFORD RIVALS SEE DOUBLE

  • USA Today: ARIZ. STATE'S WALTER SACRIFICES FOR TEAM

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS TO REVIEW THEMSELVES

  • Arizona Daily Star: DEVILS ON ROLL DESPITE LOSING TWO TAILBACKS

  • Oregonian: RODGERS REMEMBERS HOW HE WAS HUMILIATED

  • Oregonian: DEAR ALEXIS: CHIN UP

  • San Jose Mercury News: WELCOME TO YOUR (NEW) MAPLES PAVILION SEATS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: POSITIONING FOR SUCCESS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DOUBLE DUTY FOR DAVIS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WILLIAMS TELLS HOMESICK JARRETT TO STAY PUT AT USC
  • Arizona Republic: LIFE IN THE TRENCHES: ASU DEFENSIVE TACKLE MAKES NICE TRANSITION FROM LINEBACKER

  • Arizona Republic: LONGTIME FRIENDS MAY HAVE TO PART: USC'S ADAMS, ROBINSON AIM TO LEAD USC TO THIRD STRAIGHT NCAA TITLE

  • Eugene Register-Guard: ARRINGTON EAGER TO COTINUE EARLY SEASON SUCCESS WITH GOLDEN BEARS

  • Eugene Registr-Guard: OSU NOTES: MUST OR NOT, BEAVERS NEED TO WIN

  • Seattle Times: FOUR YEARS LATER, HUSKIES RETURN TO PAINFUL SITE

    Wednesday, September 29, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS ARE WELL RESTED -- ARE RARING TO PLAY
  • Contra Costa Times: OREGON STATE DEFENSE IS REMEMBERED WELL BY CAL
  • Tacoma News Tribune: INJURED COUGARS HOPE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BYE

  • Tacoma News Tribune: BONNELL APPROACHES FIRST UW START WITH CONFIDENCE

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: WASHINGTON PINS QB HOPES ON BONNELL

  • Arizona Republic: KOETTER, DEVILS KEEP FOCUS

  • Arizona Republic: UA AIDE CANALES STANDS BY PLAN FOR OFFENSIVE SUCCESS

  • Arizona Republic: ASU BASKETBALL GETS 3 COMMITMENTS

  • Eugene Reigster-Guard: OSU NOTES: GRUELING SEPTEMBER FINALLY ENDS FOR BEAVERS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: BYE WEEKS ARE NO TIME FOR VACATIONS THIS SEASON

  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO LACROSSE: NEW KIDS ON THE FIELD

  • Seattle Times: BONNELL IS ABOUT TO FULFILL A DREAM

  • Oregonian: DEFENSIVE TENACITY HELPS PROPEL ARIZONA STATE'S 4-0 START

  • Oregonian: TWO PLAYS GIVE HAMILTON SATISFACTION, MOTIVATION

  • Oregonian: BEAVERS ARE FACED WITH TWO TOUGH OPPONENTS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: D-LINE DEPTH SHRINKING

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: COAST-TO-COAST MOVE TOUGH ON JARRETT

    Tuesday, September 28, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW TURNS REINS OVER TO BONNELL

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: WASHINGTON TO START NEW QB AT STANFORD

  • Arizona Republic: UA LOOKING TO A HIGHER POWER FOR HELP

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON EAGER TO SETTLE SCORE WITH ASU

  • LA Times: SUDDENLY, UCLA'S STRENGTH IS IN THE TRENCHES ON OFFENSE

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES TURN TO BONNELL AT QUARTERBACK

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES HAVE HARDLY AN EMPTY SEAT LEFT

  • Oregonian: UO LETS INCOGNITO ENROLL

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LONDON MIGHT REST BAD ANKLE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CARROLL TO PASS ON THE RUSH

    Monday, September 27, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS-CARDINAL MATCHUPS: SAME TIME, DIFFERENT VENUES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL-USC BUILDING INTENSITY ANGLES GALORE, BUT GAME IS IN TWO WEEKS
  • Contra Costa Times: MANY BEARS DRAWN TO GETTING TATTOOS
  • Contra Costa Times: NO. 1 USC REFUSED TO LOSE
  • Orange County Register: PERRY'S TIME HAS COME

  • Oakland Tribune: KNEE HEALED, WILLIAMS READY TO RUN FOR CAL

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: USC THRIVES IN ADVERSITY, TOPS STANFORD

  • Arizona Republic: UA LOOKING TO A HIGHER POWER FOR HELP

  • Arizona Republic: POLLS RANK LOW ON LIST OF WORRIES FOR ASU

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON DEFENSE SETS SIGHTS ON WALTER

  • LA Times: UCLA'S WEEK OFF HELPFUL TO LONDON

  • LA Times: TROJANS HAVE TWO WEEKS TO MAKE IT RIGHT

  • LA Times: 'LUCKY' WSU GETS TIME TO SAVOR WIN
  • Arizona Daily Star: VICTORY IN HAND SLIPS OUT OF GRASP

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SMALL PLAYS, BIG RESULTS

  • Oregonian: INJURIES A CONCERN FOR DUCKS

  • Oregonian: IT'S NEWTON's (NEW) LAW OF MOMENTUM

    Friday, September 24, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: VOLLEYBALL: NO TRASH TALK IN THIS CONFRONTATION
  • San Francisco Examiner: FOOTBALL: OFFENSES RUNNING WILD
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS HAVE CHANCE AGAINST WSU
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: HUSKIES' WHITE-FRISBEE EYES EXCLUSIVE CLUB
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WORTH A SECOND LOOK: MAXWELL SHOWS PROMISE IN SECOND SEASON AT OREGON

  • LA Times: DREW TAKES RECORD GAME IN STRIDE

  • Seattle Times: RUNNING BACK KENNY JAMES IS OUT OF SIGHT

  • Seattle Times: KLAAS HOPES UA MEN GETS KICKS AT END

  • Seattle Times: BRINK CAN RUN, THROW AND THINK

    Thursday, September 23, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: USC'S VERSATILE BUSH A PROVEN FINISHER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S TASK TWICE AS HARD AGAINST USC
  • Tucson Citizen: VOLLEYBALL: NO. 14 CATS FACE STANFORD IN PAC-10 OPENER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: FOR UW FRESHMAN HARRIS, TIME IS NOW

  • Tacoma News Tribune: COLORADO RECRUIT COMMITS TO WSU

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: QUIETLY, WALTER GAINING ON ELWAY

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: UW FROSH WHITE-FRISBEE EARNS FLING AGAINST IRISH

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: USC VOWS TO NOT OVERLOOK ANY TEAMS
  • Arizona Daily Star: RECRUITS ASK ABOUT LUTE'S AGE AND HIS PLANS TO RETIRE

  • Arizona Daily Star: VETERAN LINEMAN EYES RETURN

  • Arizona Daily Star: HEALTH A CONCERN AS PAC-10 OPENS

  • Oregonian: LINEBACKER U HAS RISING STAR

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NO TRESPASSING

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HIS ASSIGNMENT LEARNING THE D

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NUNN LOSES STARTING JOB

  • Arizona Republic: FOLLOW THE LEADER: MCKENZIE PAVES WAY FOR ROBINSON TO ASU

  • Eugene Register-Guard: PENALTY CALLS GET PERSONAL IN NCAA

  • Eugene Register-Guard: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: PAC-10 AIR CONTROL

  • Eugene Register-Guard: CONFIDENT BROWNER ISSUES WARNING FOR ASU

  • LA Times: UPGRADING TO CABLE: UCLA OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR'S ENTHUSIASM INSTILLS NEW CONFIDENCE

  • LA Times: ADANDE: THEY'RE STILL JUST FAKING IT IN BCS

  • Seattle Times: WITHERS: BCS PUTS TEAMS IN A BIND

  • Seattle Times: FULLBACKS ADD NEEDED ZIP TO WSU RUSH ATTACK

    Wednesday, September 22, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL 'THRILLED' WITH CHANCE TO TAKE ON NO. 1 USC
  • Contra Costa Times: SWITCH TO DEFENSIVE END WORKING FOR CAL'S KELLY
  • Orange County Register: DRAKE EXCELS AT KEEPING USC OFFENSE IN LINE
  • Tucson Citizen: CORKY: DEVILS HAVE A GOOD SHOT AT TITLE GAME
  • Tacoma News Tribune: NEW DESERT SWARM

  • Tacoma News Tribune: SWOGGER BACK AT PRACTICE

  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD NOW GETS THE REAL TEST

  • USA Today: UCLA'S DREW TAKES HOME PLAYER OF WEEK AWARD
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S O-LINE WON'T BE SATISFIED UNTIL IT GETS RUSHING TD

  • Arizona Republic: FIT OLSON READY FOR 22ND SEASON AT UA

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON EXPRESSES EMPATHY AS IDAHO MOURNS CORNERBACK

  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: TEDFORD'S SUCCESS HAS CALIFORNIA DREAMING

  • LA Times: REBUILDING BLOCKS: NEW-LOOK USC O-LINE HAS GONE FROM QUESTION MARK TO EXCLAMATION POINT

  • Seattle Times: EX-UW ASSISTANT TESTS THE ECHOES

  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: SWOGGER BRACES TO PLAY WITH INJURY
  • Arizona Daily Star:WHY WAIT FOR SUCCESS, COACH SAYS

  • Arizona Daily Star:KICKING GAME TOUGH ALL OVER

  • Oregonian: INJURIES WILL TEST SECONDARY

  • Oregonian:ASU GAME IS HUGE HURDLE FOR BEAVERS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:FOR NEXT TRICK, DREW TO RETURN PUNTS

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:NO CASE OF EASY DOES IT

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:WRIGHT CAN'T STOMACH BEING TO ILL TO PAY

    Tuesday, September 21, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: UCLA'S DREW LADEN WITH HONORS
  • Orange County Register: BRUINS LINEMEN CHOP THEIR FOES DOWN TO SIZE
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA BASKETBALL: BOUNCING ALONG AT 70
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: GILBERTSON VOWS TO IMPROVE D-LINE
  • Arizona Republicr: ARIZONA STATE: GOT A WINNER IN TOWN

  • Arizona Republic: PERCEPTION SKEWS MORALS OF GAME

  • Eugene Register-Guard: WINLESS DUCKS HOPE TO TAKE OUT FRUSTRATIONS ON VANDALS

  • Seattle Times: BARTON HAS BEEN 'TO HELL AND BACK'

  • Seattle Times: FRESHMEN PROVIDE UW SOLID FOUNDATION UPON WHICH TO BUILD
  • Oregonian: BRINGING AN END TO DROUGHT BEAVERS' OBJECTIVE IN TEMPE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: YOUNG WIDEOUTS TO BE TESTED SOON

    Monday, September 20, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: ASU MIGHT RANK THIS TIME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL ARE OFF AND RUNNING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD, SCU SHARE A TITLE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: GOOD, BAD NEWS ON SWOGGER

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: UW'S QB QUANDARY FORGOTTEN AFTER UCLA DEBACLE
  • Arizona Republic: FOR CATS, CLOSE STILL DOESN'T COUNT

  • Arizona Republic: ASU: IMPRESSIVE ROUT CONJURES MEMORIES OF OLD TIMES

  • LA Times: PLAY ALMOST BROUGHT BRUINS TO THEIR KNEES

  • LA Times: USC, OKLAHOMA CAN SET MIAMI RESERVATIONS NOW

  • LA Times: CARROLL LOOKS TO START PAC-10 SEASON WITH STATEMENT

  • Seattle Times: NOTEBOOK: NO SIGN OF QUIT FOR HUSKIES

  • Seattle Times: WSU SHOWS SWAGGER, MIGHT LOSE SWOGGER
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS CONFIDENT AS PAC-10 SCHEDULE KICKS OFF SATURDAY

  • Oregonian: DUCKS STILL HAVE ISSUES TO WORK OUT

  • Oregonian: BEAVERS GET NEEDED WIN

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DREW'S FEAT STANDS APART

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BUSH FAVORS POWER PLAY

    Friday, September 17, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC
  • Tacoma Tribune: READY OR NOT

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: COUGS' D-LINE DUO GETS CHANCE
  • Arizona Republic: FIESTA BOWL GIVING BACK

  • Arizona Republic: TRUCKS GIVE THE DUCKS A CHANCE

  • LA Times: USC'S GROOTEGOED TURNS NOTHING INTO SOMETHING

  • Seattle Times: UW WALK-ON TAWNEY CONTINUES 'AN INTERESTING TRIP'

  • Seattle Times: QUESTIONS AT QUARTERBACK FOR COUGARS
  • Oregonian: OSU's HUNT FOR RUNNING GAME GETS TOUGHER

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SUPPORT SYSTEM PAYS OFF

    Thursday, September 16, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: FACILITIES A FOCUS FOR CAL AD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NEW CAL AD'S BIG CHALLENGE
  • Orange County Register: JARRETT, FRESHMEN CATCH ON AT USC
  • Tucson Citizen: FRIEND ALVAREZ NOW A FOE FOR UA STAFF
  • Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS, ALVAREZ HAVE CONNECTION OF 20-PLUS YEARS

  • Arizona Daily Star: BAD LUCK CROSSES CATS' PATH BEFORE TRIP EAST

  • Arizona Daily Star: TEAMS FROM NORTHWEST STRUGGLING

  • Oregonian: ROSARIO IS A FULL LOAD FOR DUCKS AT FULLBACK

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NO NEED FOR UCLA'S BRAGG TO BOAST

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BIG PICTURE, SMALL FRAME

  • Tacoma News Tribune: CABLE ON UPSWING WITH BRUINS

  • Oakland Tribune: BARBOUR EAGER TO TACKLE CAL'S BIG CHALLENG

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: UW'S VANNEMAN GOES AGAINST BRUINS BLOODLINES

  • Arizona Republic: ALVAREZ, STOOPSES HAVE LONG HISTORY

  • Arizona Republic: SHORTAGE OF SPEED CAN'T SLOW HAGAN

  • Eugene Register-Guard: FOCUS IS ON FOOTWORK FOR OREGON'S CLEMENS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: NEW MEXICO'S MOORE HAS BOWL GAME IN REAR-VIEW MIRROR

  • LA Times: HURRICANE CREATING HAVOC FOR CAL

  • Seattle Times: UW VS. UCLA: BITTER SWEET ARE THE MEMORIES OF THIS RIVALRY

  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK: THE HEAT IS ON ARIZONA SCHOOLS

  • Seattle Times: COUGAR NOTEBOOK: SWITCH-HITTERS TACKLE STARTING ROLES

    Wednesday, September 15, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: CAL TAPS NOTRE DAME FOR AD
  • Orange County Register: USC: CHOW PLAYS DOWN BYU TRIP
  • Tucson Citizen: O'HARA TRYING TO REJOIN WILDCATS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S NEW AD MAKES HISTORY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: SWOGGER WILL START, BUT WHO'LL FINISH?

  • Tacoma News Tribune: WALLACE EARNS PLAYING TIME WITH PERSEVERANCE

  • Oakland Tribune: NEW CAL AD EXPECTED TO BE NOTRE DAME WOMAN

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: QB GUESSING GAME CONTINUES AT UW
  • Arizona Daily Star: STRATEGY FOR FANS - PREPARE FOR HEAT

  • Arizona Daily Star: O'HARA HAS GOAL TO PLAY AGAIN AT UA

  • Oregonian: DUCKS' PUNT UNIT LOOKS FOR HAPPIER RETURNS

  • Oregonian: SENSE OF URGENCY PERMEATES OSU

  • San Jose Mercury News: CAL WILL TREAT TIME OFF LIKE A BOWL SITUATION

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HORTON KNOWS HOW TO HIT

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA TO RETIRE GOODRICH'S 25

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LEINART APOLOGIZES

  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON STATE FOOTBALL NOTES

  • Seattle Times: TUIASOSOPO HEADED IN RIGHT DIRECTION

  • Seattle Times: SWOGGER WILL REMAIN WSU STARTER

    Tuesday, September 14, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: STORM SCRAPS CAL GAME HURRICANE IVAN ALTERS COURSE TO GULF COAST
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL GAME AT SO. MISS POSTPONED
  • Orange County Register: USC: TAILBACKS TALE
  • Orange County Register: OPTION NO ISSUE TO BRUINS
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: THE HOTTER THE BETTER
  • Tacoma News Tribune: HURRICANE IVAN POSTPONES CAL'S GAME

  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW WANTS TO HIT GROUND RUNNING

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: TOP END FOR NO. 10 CAL FINALLY HEALTHY
  • Arizona Republic: COOL SHIRTS OFFER TO AID UA ON HOT DAY

  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS WORK ON KEEPING BALL

  • Eugene Register-Guard: BELLOTTI: DUCKS HAVE A NEED FOR SPEED

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: NOT THE SWEETEST OF ROSE BOWL VICTORIES

  • Seattle Times: WSU'S JASON HILL HAS COME UP BIG\
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS HAVE COOL WAY TO AVOID SEPTEMBER HEAT

  • Oregonian: OKLAHOMA GAME DEMANDS FOCUS

  • Oregonian: RILEY CALL'S OSU'S LOSS UNBELIEVABLE

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: ROTATION ON D-LINE WON'T BE AS DEEP

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: DENNIS REINSTATED

    Monday, September 13, 2004

  • San Francisco Examiner: CAL'S KOOKY KICKER
  • Tucson Citizen: PAC-10 FOOTBALL: SMASH-MOUTH HITS BUCK UP ASU'S FANS
  • Arizona Daily Star: REDUCTION OF ERRORS TOPS CATS' TO-DO LIST

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: ROUT INITIATES FRESHMEN

  • Tacoma News Tribune: SWOGGER OR BRINK? DOBA UNSURE WHO'LL START AT QB

  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS FOCUS ON FIXING MISTAKES

  • Arizona Republic: KICKING IS AN AINSWORTH FEAT

  • LA Times: UCLA REWIND: AGGRESSION IS REWARDED AS THE DEFENSE REBOUNDS

  • LA Times: USC REWIND: OFFENSIVE LNIE HAS CONTROL

  • Seattle Times: UW NOTEBOOK: STANBACK'S ANKLE CLEARS WAY FOR PAUS

  • Seattle Times: NO CLEAR-CUT WINNER FOR WSU STARTING QB

    Friday, September 10, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: FINALLY, THE THRILL OF THE CHASE CAL RECEIVER HEALTHY AT LAST
  • Contra Costa Times: LUCK OF THE BEARS: RB FITTING IN QUITE NICELY
  • Orange County Register: PERRY WILL PLAY SUPPORT ROLE FOR NOW
  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: CASON PROVES HE'S GAMEArizona Daily Star: NOTHING TO CONCEDE

  • Oregonian: WHEN ONE-ON-ONE FIGURES TO EQUAL SIX

  • Oregonian: ANDERSON'S PASSING COULD BE DIFFERENCE

  • Oregonian: DAILEY WILL HANDLE KICKING DUTIES FOR THE BEAVERS

  • San Jose Mercury News: PAC-10 COACHES REFUSE TO USE REPLAY

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TAYLOR REBUILT, READY TO GO

  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGAR COUNTRY WEST

  • Eugene Register-Guard: TRIUMPH OF FOOT AND FORM: UO'S SIEGEL EXCELS WITH ATTENTION TO DETAIL, ACCURACY

  • LA Times: CHOW'S TOUCH IS JUST RIGHT FOR USC

  • Seattle Times: WSU'S SAM LIGHTBODY NOT SO

    Thursday, September 9, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: UA VOLLEYBALL VETERAN

  • Arizona Daily Star: CASON'S STANDOUT DEBUT NO SURPRISE

  • Oregonian: EITHER WAY, HE'S A THROWBACK

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: COACH LAYS IT OUT ON THE LINE

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HEALING, HELPING HANDS

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES MAY HAVE A LEADER

  • Arizona Republic: ASU' BURKS FEELS HE'S RIGHT AT HOME

  • Eugene Register-Guard: DIXON GETS THE CALL TO BE BACKUP QUARTERBACK

  • LA Times: NO RUSH TO JUDGEMENT: HAVNER SAYS BETTER DAYS ARE AHEAD FOR BRUINS

  • Seattle Times: PAUS, STANBACK STILL CONFIDENT

  • Seattle Times: LANGLEY COULD BE DIFFERENCE IN SATURDAY'S GAME

    Wednesday, September 8, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL: FULL ATTENTION ON NEW MEXICO STATE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: TESTED BYU A DIFFERENT MATTER
  • Contra Costa Times: WALK-ON EARNS HIS PLACE AS CAL KICKER
  • Contra Costa Times: USC PASS-RUSHING DUO HARD TO HANDLE
  • San Francisco Examiner: CAL: BEARING DOWN
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA FOOTBALL: TIME FOR FAMILY
  • Arizona Daily Star: O'HARA LEAVES TO HELP FAMILY

  • Oregonian: DUCKS READY FOR THE SEASON TO FINALLY BEGIN

  • Oregonian: QUICK TURNAROUND IS PLUS FOR BEAVERS

  • Oregonian: SERNA REFUSES TO KICK HIMSELF

  • San Jose Mercury News: BASKETBALL MENTALITY HELPS STANFORD

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LONDON BACK TO HELP DEFENSE

    Tuesday, September 7, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: FOOTBALL: UA GOES FROM VANILLA TO 31 FLAVORS

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS EXPECT TO OPEN IT UP AGAINST UTAH

  • Oregonian: ODDS AREN'T ONLY THING AGAINST OSU THIS WEEK

  • Oregonian: BEAVERS AT LEAST MADE GOOD IMPRESSION IN LOSS AT LSU

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: EFSEAFF IS CROSSING THE LINE FOR UCLA

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HE'S FROSTEE THE LINEMAN

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BING UNSURE OF STATUS FOR NEXT GAME

  • Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES HAVE PLENTY TO WORK ON DURING BYE WEEK

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: TROJANS STILL NO. 1, LSU SLIPS IN AP POLL

  • Arizona Republic: UA KEEPS OFFENSE UNDER WRAPS

  • Eugene Register-Guard: WADING INTO UNKNOWN: DUCKS LOOK FOR HELP ON SCOUTING HOOSIERS

    Friday, September 3, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: BEARS' SCHNEIDER SHINES AS KICKER
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: QUARTERBACKS OPEN TO MIXED DEBUTS AT UW
  • Arizona Daily Star: HE'LL SET THE TONE
  • Arizona Daily Star: ALONG FAMILY LINES
  • Arizona Daily Star: ANALYSIS OF UA OFFENSE AND DEFENSE
  • Oregonian: DUCKS DEFENSE DOMINATES
  • Oregonian: HASS MAKES NAME FOR SELF
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: AILING RUCKER SAYS HE WILL PLAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DAVIS EAGER TO TRY ON BIG SHOES
  • Arizona Republic: ASU STICKS TO PLAN
  • Arizona Republic: FRANKLIN MARKS COMEBACK WITH BIG GAME
  • Arizona Republic: THESE AREN'T LAST YEAR'S SUN DEVILS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: STEITZ SWAPS SIZE FOR QUICKNESS IN HIS SENIOR SEASON
  • Seattle Times: FREDERICK'S GRIN HASN'T WORN THIN WITH UW
  • Seattle Times: GOOD START KEY TO WSU'S SUCCESS

    Thursday, September 2, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: HIGHER LEARNING: GOLDEN BEARS INTENT ON JOINING THE NATION'S ELITE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL 2004: RODGERS IS MAIN REASON FOR HYPE HEAPED ON BEARS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD 2004: WILL 'MOVING FORWARD' SHOW UP IN THE RECORD?
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TROJANS HAVE HORSES TO REPEAT AS CHAMPS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BERKELEY'S TWO-TIME OLYMPIC GOLDEN GIRL
  • Contra Costa Times: 1958 BEARS ROSE TO A CHALLENGE
  • Orange County Register: UCLA Football: SECOND EFFORT
  • Orange County Register: IT'S A TRIP
  • Tucson Citizen: ASU COUNTS ON IMPACT PLAYERS MILLS, ROBINSON

  • Arizona Daily Star: CANALES WELL-SCHOOLED IN REPAIR

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS WIN OPENER; GLASS MAY REDSHIRT

  • Arizona Daily Star: DEVILS TAKING 'DIFFERENT' APPROACH TO OPENER

  • Oregonian: LSU GAME MIGHT DECIDE OSU KICKER

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SAFETY AWAITS ELIGIBILITY RULING

  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SECOND CHANCE

  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: INEXPERIENCED COUGS ARE FLUSH WITH TALENT

  • Arizona Republic: COACHES HOPE DEFENSIVE PEDIGREES RUB OFF ON WILDCATS

  • Arizona Republic: VOLLEYBALL: YOUNG SUN DEVILS MUST LEARN FAST

  • Arizona Republic: MILLER, ROBINSON MAKE IMPRESSION, WILL START FOR ASU

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON GOES INDOORS TO SIMULATE NORMAN

  • Eugene Register-Guard: SWANCUTT: STRONG, SILENT TYPE

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON PUNTERS GO FOOT-TO-FOOT

  • LA Times: USC'S BUSCH IS RIDING ON FAMILY'S FAST-TRACK

  • Seattle Times: LOADED TROJANS HAVE THEIR MOJO WORKING

  • Seattle Times: WSU'S ABDULLAH MAKING SCHOOL A PRIORITY

  • Seattle Times: COUGARS BACK ON THE LEARNING CURVE

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS

  • Seattle Times: REPUTATION FOR GOOD DEFENSE COULD KEEP WSU BOWLING

  • Seattle Times: AFTER A BIG GAME, LIFE'S A DREAM FOR WSU'S BASLER

    Wednesday, September 1, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: RANKING THE QUARTERBACKS: The best of Stanford and Cal
  • Contra Costa Times: Bears say they're still set for big year
  • Tucson Citizen: Pac-10 Football: Cats get physical
  • Tucson Citizen: Volleyball: Freshman Dyck glad to be at UA
  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS HOPE TO FORCE LOBOS' HAND
  • Spokesman Review: DOBA NAMES KICK RETURNERS
  • Spokesman Review: POTTER'S DOZEN SHOW GOOD SIGNS

    Tuesday, August 31, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: RELAXED DORRELL EAGER FOR SEASON
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: UW RAISES SPEED LIMIT
  • Spokesman Review: DERTING GIVEN GREEN LIGHT
  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: CATS READY TO AIR IT OUT

    Monday, August 30, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: CATS PREPARE FOR NEXT STEP
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S WALTER CAN'T WASTE TIME: WANTS TO END CAREER AS WINNER, NOT JUST TOUTED PASSER
  • Arizona Republic: AD INSISTS KOETTER'S JOB NOT IN JEOPARDY
  • Arizona Republic: USC MONSTER IS BACK
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DEFENSE GETS BEST OF OREGON'S FIRST SCRIMMAGE
  • LA Times: A CRASH OR CARRY SEASON: WEIGHT OF UCLA'S FORTUNES IS ON QB OLSON
  • LA Times: CARROLL SAYS TIME WILL SOLVE PROBLEMS
  • Seattle Times: PAUS LOCKS UP STARTING QB JOB
  • Seattle Times: COUGARS AIDED BY UNLIKELY DEFENDER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HEISMAN-CALIBER RUNNING BACKS ARE NO LONGER THE RULE
  • Tucson Citizen: CORKY: CATS MUST TAKE NAU SERIOUSLY
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: FRESNO WILL TEST PAUS EARLY
  • USA Today: NO. 1 TROJANS FEND OFF HOKIES 24-13 IN SEASON OPENER
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS POSITIONING FOR OPENER
  • Oregonian: DUCKS COVER EVERY ANGLE
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS FACE OWN SURVIVOR SERIES
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FRESH OUTLOOK ON LINE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: OPEN TO IMPROVEMENT

    Friday, August 27, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS' RUN OF SUCCESS DOESN'T COME WITHOUT HUSKIES GETTING IN THEIR LICKS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: A SENIOR SENSE OF URGENCY
  • Tacoma News Tribune: COOL COUG
  • Tacoma News Tribune: BIG DEAL? PAUS PULLS AHEAD IN QUARTERBACK RACE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: QBS DON'T CONCEDE ANYTHING TO PAUS
  • Spokesman Review: DERTING'S CHANCES OF PLAYING IN NEW MEXICO GAME IMPROVE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WOMEN'S SOCCER: INJURIES COULD COMPLICATE DUCKS' HOPES OF REACHING NCAA TOURNEY
  • LA Times: TROJANS BACK FOR MORE
  • Seattle Times: SCHEDULE SIGNALS BEAVERS' REBIRTH
  • Seattle Times: UW FOOTBALL CAMP: IT'S PAUS BUT IT'S NOT OVER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR STANFORD PAIR SOPH WIDEOUTS CARRY HEAVY LOAD
  • Contra Costa Times: CALIFORNIA: SHE'S NO MIA, BUT SHE'S NOT BAD EITHER
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: BETTER COACHING MIX
  • Orange County Register: NO. 1-RANKED USC EVERYONE'S TARGET
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: JAMMED LUNCHEON POINTS TO CATS' POPULARITY
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: BASEBALL: TOP TALENT BACK WITH CATS

    Thursday, August 26, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: UW WANTS TO GET QUICKER ON DEFENSE
  • Tacoma News Tribune: PAUS HAS INSIDE TRACK ON BEING STARTING QUARTERBACK FOR OPENER
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL CENTER HAS DIFFERENT MISSION
  • Oakland Tribune: CARDINAL'S STARTERS KEEP JOBS IN CAMP
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: PAUS CLOSE TO EARNING QB NOD
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: COUGARS FOLLOWING BEHIND EVEN-KEELED SWOGGER
  • Spokesman Review: CONFIDENT SWOGGER WELL-ARMED
  • Spokesman Review: PAUS LEADS IN HUSKY QB DERBY
  • Arizona Republic: JUST CALL UA CORNERBACK CAPTAIN VIDEO
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SOCCER FACES NO. 5 FLORIDA STATE IN OPENER
  • Arizona Republicr: OREGON'S NELSON: THE STRONG, SILENT TYPE
  • LA Times: TROJANS GO FROM BEING THE HUNTER TO THE HUNTED
  • Seattle Times: PAUS TAKES LEAD IN BATTLE TO BE HUSKIES' QB
  • Tucson Citizen: FORMER QB GROWS INTO TOP TIGHT END FOR WILDCATS

    Wednesday, August 25, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: CAL'S KICKING GAME BECOMES THREE-WAY STREET
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: WILLIAMS' STATUS AT USC STILL UNRESOLVED
  • Spokesman Review: EXPERIENCE AT A HIGH AND LOW AT RB
  • Spokesman Review: DERTING, ABDULLAH DEFY ODDS AND RETURN
  • Spokesman Review: SOUTHERN CAL STILL AWAITING WORD ON WILLIAMS' ELIGIBILITY
  • LA Times: LEINART DEFLECTS TALK OF WINNING HEISMAN, TRIES TO NAIL DOWN NATIONAL TITLE
  • Seattle Times: PAC-1O FOOTBALL PREVIEW: SCHEMING MAD AT ASU
  • Seattle Times: UW NOTEBOOK: LOBENDAHN GOOD AS NEW
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL TACKLE COMBINES BRAINS AND BRAWN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: USC HAS A WILLIAMS CLONE
  • Contra Costa Times: MEBANE WANTS TO BE POSTER BOY FOR CAL FOOTBALL
  • Orange County Register: USC: WINNING APPROACH AT TOP

    Tuesday, August 24, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S AINSWORTH NOW READY TO REALLY GET IN THE GAME
  • Arizona Republic: FEELS LIKE FOOTBALL AGAIN TO ENTHUSIASTIC DUCKS
  • Seattle Times: UW'S BRAUNSTEIN LEADS BY A FOOT
  • Tacoma News Tribune: NEW UW CORNERBACKS COACH LAKE INHERITS VETERAN UNIT
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL HIGH ON NEW TACKLE CAMERON
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: LEVENSELLER LIKES COUGARS RECEIVERS, DESPITE INEXPERIENCE
  • Spokesman Review: COUGARS HOPE TO CATCH A BREAK
  • USA Today: BACK AT USC, WILLIAMS SEEKS REINSTATEMENT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD KICKER FINALLY IS HEALTHY SGROI PLAYED WITH BACK INJURY
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS' SMITH SEES SELF WITH BIG 'S' ON HIS CHEST
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: V-BALLERS RETURN PREPARED TO KILL

    Monday, August 23, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: PAUS TAKES LEAD IN QB RACE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence:
  • Spokesman Review: COUGS' O-LINE REMAINS IN FLUX
  • USA Today: GOOD NEWS BEARS LOOK GOLDEN
  • USA Today: WASHINGTON GUARD KAYLA BURT WILL RETURN TO ACTION
  • Seattle Times: QBs STANBACK and PAUS SHINE IN SCRIMMAGE
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: CANDREA PRESSES ON
  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA: HEAVNER STEPS UP AT QUARTERBACK

    Friday, August 20, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: FREDERICK OUT WITH BAD ANKLE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: HUSKIES TRY TO STOKE RESISTENT FIRE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: DOBA TO PLAYERS: IT'S TIME TO GET SERIOUS
  • Spokesman Review: SOME URGENCY FOR COUGARS
  • Spokesman Review: MAPLES PAVILION REMODEL ON SCHEDULE
  • USA Today: CHANGING DIRECTIONS ON GRIDIRON LANDSCAPE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD: MAPLES AHEAD OF SCHEDULE
  • Orange County Register: SO FAR, SO GOOD FOR TROJAN
  • Tucson Citizen: YOUNG WILDCAT LINEBACKERS WILL HAVE TO LEARN UNDER FIRE
  • Arizona Republic: BEYOND HOWARD, JOHNSON, ARIZONA LINEBACKERS UNTESTED
  • Arizona Republic: ASU LINEBACKER ROBINSON TOOK LONG ROAD
  • Eugene Register-Guard: FACE IT: CLEMENS IS THE MAN FOR OREGON
  • Eugene Register-Guard: COACHES AND PLAYERS ATTEND FUNERAL FOR SLAIN UO RECRUIT
  • Seattle Times: UW'S BARNES ADDS BEEF, DOESN'T DROP SPEED
  • Seattle Times: DESPITE LOSS, USC EXPECTS TO WIN AGAIN
  • FOX Sports.com: 2004 PAC-10 FOOTBALL PREVIEW

    Thursday, August 19, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: REDSHIRT FRESHMAN RARING TO GO FOR CAL
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: LAKE ESTABLISHES NEW STYLE, RAPPORT WITH UW CORNERBACKS
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: BASLER GIVES COUGS A TERRIFIC LEG UP
  • Spokesman Review: BASLER MAY NOT LOOK PART, BUT KNOWS HOW TO PLAY IT
  • Spokesman Review: COUGAR OFFENSE STRUGGLES AGAIN IN SCRIMMAGE
  • USA Today: OREGON OPENS PRACTICE AFTER KELLY FUNERAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S TAILBACKS ARE UP AND RUNNING ARRINGTON LEADS TALENTED GROUP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: THE BEARS' CRADLE OF QBS CAL AGAIN TURNS TO NORCAL JC CONFERENCE
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: MORE STUDY TIME
  • Orange County Register: UCLA: DIFFERENT SIZE, SAME SLATER STYLE

    Wednesday, August 18, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: WILDCATS PAY TRIBUTE TO PHOENIX ATTORNEY

  • Arizona Republic: ASU TAILBACK WADE AIMS FOR DURABILITY

  • Arizona Republic: ASU VOLLEYBALLERS STILL LEARNING NEW SYSTEM

  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCK FRESHMEN READY TO FLY

  • Seattle Times: WSU FOOTBALL: DAVIS WILL FILL IN FOR DERTING

  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES: HAPPY BUT NERVOUS OVER BURT'S RETURN TO BASKETBALL

  • Seattle Times: UW'S BURT COMING BACK TO PLAY BASKETBALL AGAIN

  • Seattle Times: UW: WILLIAMS GETS STRENGTH FROM WINNING COACH

  • CBS Sportsline.com: TEEVENS IGNORES CRITICS, CONVINCED STANFORD WILL BE BETTER

  • Orange County Register: Trojans will rely heavily on Lutui

    Tuesday, August 17, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: NICE VERSUS NASTY
  • Oregonian: OREGON FOOTBALL BEGINS TRYING TO MOVE FORWARD
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS OPEN TWO-A-DAYS WITH SLOT, FLANKER ROLES OPEN
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: D-LINE HIT BY INJURIES
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: FOUR TO SIT, WAIT FOR NCAA DECISION
  • Tacoma News Tribune: WSU'S DERTING DOWN WITH DISLOCATED WRIST
  • Tacoma News Tribune: STANBACK SHINES FOR HUSKIES
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: TEEVENS CONVINCED STANFORD WILL BE BETTER
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: HUSKIES SOLID AT LEAD BLOCKER
  • Spokesman Review: CAL PLAYERS ENJOY BEING IN SPOTLIGHT
  • Spokesman Review: HUSKIES BEGIN SEASON WITH TEAM BONDING
  • Contra Costa Times: Predicting isn't McArthur's game

    Monday, August 16, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: BONDING TIME FOR HUSKIES
  • Tacoma News Tribune: IN FIRST WSU SCRIMMAGE, DEFENSE STUFFS THE OFFENSE
  • Tacoma News Tribune:
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: USC BEGINS SEASON WHERE IT ENDED, AT NO. 1
  • Spokesman Review: PAYMAH NOW LEADER OF THE PACK
  • Spokesman Review: INJURIES DAMPEN COUGS' SCRIMMAGE
  • USA Today: ONE ARRESTED, OTHERS SOUGHT IN KILLING OF OREGON RECRUIT
  • Oregonian: ANDERSON KNOWS THIS IS HIS YEAR TO SHINE
  • San Jose Mercury News: KIRKS CAN ALWAYS SWIM IN MEMORIES
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CABLE TUNES IN TO McCLOSKEY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: JUSTICE TRAINS WHILE HE WAITS
    •Arizona Republic: WILDCATS KICKERS TURN INTO TEAM'SSTRENGTH

  • •Arizona Republic: SENIOR APPRECIATES CHANCE AT 6THYEAR
    •Arizona Republic: DEVILS CORNERBACKS WILL ACCENTAGGRESSIVENESS
    •LA Times: HUMANS HAVE BIGGER BCS ROLE


    •Seattle Times: UW DEFENSE WILL RELY ON LINEBACKERS ANDSECONDARY
    •Seattle Times: WSU DEFENSE STUFFS OFFENSE INSCRIMMAGE

    Friday, August 13, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: NEW CORNERBACKS SHOW PROMISE
  • Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS ADDING LOCAL TALENT TO WILDCAT ROSTER
  • Arizona Daily Star: COSTA READY TO PLAY CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
  • Oregonian: MEMORIES AS MOTIVATION
  • San Jose Mercury News: OPTIMISM REIGNS AS STANFORD OPENS CAMP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WALKER SURE HE CAN FEND OFF COMPETITION
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: FRESHMEN FLYING FIRST CLASS
  • Tacoma News Tribune: BATHING IN EARLY HOPE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligence: HUSKIES START OUT FEELING BETTER
  • Spokesman Review: COUGARS WILL KICK IT UP A NOTCH WITH FULL-CONTACT PRACTICE SESSIONS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL SETTLE IN AT HOME TEAM OPENS WITH FOUR STRAIGHT GAMES ON THE FARM
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TEDFORD SHIES AWAY FROM THE SPOTLIGHT
  • Contra Costa Times: TEDFORD WORKING MAGIC ON CAL DEFENSE?
  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS EXPECTS NATIONAL TITLE IN 3 YEARS

    Tuesday, August 10, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune: PRACTICE OPENS FOR COUGS
  • Oakland Tribune: LYNCH MAY BE SPARK CAL NEEDS FOR BIG SEASON
  • Spokesman Review: COUGARS SHAKE OFF COBWEBS
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA TO HONOR 2004 HALL OF FAME CLASS
  • Arizona Daily Star: GREAT EXPECTATIONS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TIGHT END POSITION A CONCERN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: EX-UCLA ATHLETE FINDS WAY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CARROLL, TROJANS RELOADED
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
  • ContraCosta Times: GREAT EXPECTATIONS

    Monday, August 9, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: IT'S JUST PRACTICE, YET CATS ARE EAGER
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: COACHING STAFF SAYS OFFENSIVE SYSTEM A GO
  • Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS WILL TAKE IT SLOWLY
  • Oakland Tribune: CAL COACH IN THE SWIM OF THINGS AT OLYMPICS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL: LOCALS LOPEZ, BUTLER THRILLED TO BE CATS

    Friday, August 6, 2004

  • Tacoma News Tribune:THREE WSU PREP RECRUITS NOW ELIGIBLE
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: HUSKIES' NEW AD STRIKES BALANCE
  • Arizona Daily Star: SEATS FOR WILDCATS' FOOTBALL SEASON PROVING TO BE JUST THE TICKET
  • Contra Costa Times: STRICTER RULES FOR RECRUITING ARE PUT IN PLACE BY NCAA
  • Orange County Register: CHOW RAMS THROUGH NEW MOVES FOR BUSH
  • Tucson Citizen: UA SENIORS PICKED FOR WOODEN PRESEASON HOOP TEAM
  • Tucson Citizen: BASEBALL: GOLD MEDAL FOR CROWE

    Thursday, August 5, 2004

  • USA Today: WILLIAMS PRACTICES AS TROJANS OPEN CAMP
  • Orange County Register: TROJANS LOOKING FORWARD ON FIRST DAY
  • Tucson Citizen: NIGHT & DAY
  • Tucson Citizen: ASU SCHEDULES GEORGIA IN '08, '09
  • Arizona Daily Star: RENEWED HUSKIES DEVOID OF STARS
  • Oregonian: DUCKS ADD DRILLS TO SUMMER FUN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WILLIAMS RETURNS, BUT QUESTIONS SWIRL

    Wednesday, August 4, 2004

  • Orange County Register: C SEASON PROSPECTUS
  • Tacaoma Tribune: EXPECTATIONS TO GET WORKOUT

    Tuesday, August 3, 2004

  • Oakland Tribune: TRAINING CAMP NOT ALL WORK FOR SWIM TEAM
  • Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S KIRK IS TOP COLLEGE WOMAN ATHLETE
  • Tucson Citizen: Q&A: RICK DEMONT, UA assistant swim coach and former Olympian
  • Arizona Daily Star:BRUINS HOPE TO PUT 2003 BEHIND THEM
  • Tacoma News: UCLA KICKS WIDE RECEIVER OFF TEAM FOR MULTIPLE VIOLATIONS

    Monday, August 2, 2004
    •Arizona Republic: FORMER ASU COACH LIVED FULL LIFE IN HIS 56 YEARS

    Friday, July 30, 2004
    •LA Times: SAME COACH, NEW DIRECTION: BAKER BUILT WOMEN'S WATER POLO INTO CONTENDER
    •LA Times: LEINART SET FOR TOP BILLING
    •Seattle Times: GILBERTSON A STABILIZING FORCE FOR HUSKIES

    Wednesday, July 21, 2004

  • ESPN.com: USC'S BYERS LIVING UP TO RECRUITING HYPE

    Tuesday, July 20, 2004

  • Eugene Register-Guard: OLYMPIC DREAM ENDS FOR DUCKS

    Monday, July 19, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: ANEURYSM KILLS WIFE OF UA SOFTBALL COACH
  • Arizona Republic: LARISH, URQUIDEZ OPT TO REMAIN AT ASU
  • Seattle Times: MCELVAINE SELECTED TO COACH U.S. WOMEN'S FOUR
  • FOXSports.com: HAYES: LEINART WILL STAY AT USC THROUGH SENIOR YEAR

    Friday, July 16, 2004

  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL EX UPSHAW JUMPS TO ATHENS AS JACOBS RETIRES

    Thursday, July 15, 2004

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: VAULTING INTO THE SPOTLIGHT
  • Arizona Republic: UA FOOTBALL ON TRACK, BUT IT'S A LONG JOURNEY
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO'S MALONE TO TRY FOR 'B' STANDARD IN HAYWARD
  • CBS Sportsline.com: TEDFORD GUIDING BEARS TO THE TOP IF CAL REALLY WANTS TO GET THERE

    Wednesday, July 14, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FORMER HUSKY HILL PAINTS A NICE FIGURE AS DISCUS CHAMP
  • Seattle Times: UW'S BURT READY TO RETURN, BUT IS IT WORTH THE RISK?
  • TheSportiingNews.com: USC IS NO. 1 IN PRE-SEASON RANKINGS
  • TheSportiingNews.com: USC'S LEINART LEADS THE SPORTING NEWS HEISMAN WATCH LIST

    Tuesday, July 13, 2004

  • The Seattle PI: UW'S TURNER HIRES ASSISTANT

    Monday, July 12, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BREMERTON'S DANA KIRK GOING TO ATHENS WITH SISTER
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: FORMER UW POLE VAULTER MEETS HIS GOALS BUT FALLS SHORT IN ATHINES BID
  • The Seattle PI: BREMERTON NATIVES FIRST SISTERS ON SAME OLYMPIC SWIM TEAM

    Friday, July 9, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SINK OR SWIM FOR KIRKS, QUANN

    Thursday, July 8, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UNLESS YOUR NAME IS PHELPS, DON'T LOSE YOUR ID BADGE

    Wednesday, July 7, 2004

  • The Spokesman Review: UW SOFTBALL TURNS TO EX-PLAYER TO RIGHT SHIP
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW NAMES TARR TO HEAD SOFTBALL PROGRAM
  • The Seattle PI: UW SOFTBALL PUTS ON A NEW FACE
  • The Seattle PI: FORMER UW GOALIE WALTMAN LEARNING FROM SOUNDERS STAR
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES' RISK WELL PLACED IN SOFTBALL HIRING

    Tuesday, July 6, 2004

  • San Jose Mercury News: WALSH'S LAST RIDE DOWN ON THE FARM

    Friday, July 2, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S NOE REINJURES KNEE, OUT FOR START OF SEASON
  • LA Times: BRUINS HIRE IRVINE COACH
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SAVAGE IS EASY CHOICE

    Thursday, July 1, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: UA FRESHMAN HAS PLAN FOR SUCCESS
  • Oregonian: THE PRICE TO WATCH NO. 1 USC GOES UP

    Tuesday, June 29, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: CARDS TO MAKE $3.5 MILLION IN ASU DEAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: NO BEGINNING OR END TO PAC-10 HOOPS SEASON
  • Seattle Times: UW MEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE RELEASED
  • Oregonian: OSU LETS HANCHETT LIVE DREAM

    Friday, June 25, 2004

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: NCAA WAITS ON WILLIAMS

    Thursday, June 24, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: SERIES RUN HAS YOUNG UA TEAM EAGER TO FACE NEXT SEASON

    Wednesday, June 23

  • Tucson Citizen: WE SHALL RETURN
  • Tucson Citizen: WAITING FOR THE CALL
  • Contra Costa Times: CHILDRESS' DRAFT STOCK CLIMBING, POSSIBLY INTO THE TOP FIVE
  • Oregonian: UO BASKETBALL ARENA
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: COLISEUM PANEL AND USC DISCUSS STADIUM PLANS
  • Arizona Republic: LACK OF CLUTCH HITS SENDS UA HOME

    Tuesday, June 22

  • Tucson Citizen: THE SINGLES LIFE IS NOT FOR HIM
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S PROUTY MAKING STRIDES
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S TAMIR HOPING TO GET PICKED
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD TO HAVE BORCHARDT BACK
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: KIRK NABS NATIONAL AWARD
  • USA Today: STANFORD'S KIRK CHOSEN AS TOP COLLEGE WOMAN ATHLETE
  • Arizona Republic: FENCES CAN'T HOLD UA'S DURAN

    Monday, June 21

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES HIRE EX-VANDERBILT AD TURNER
  • The Seattle PI: NEW AD LAYS OUT VISION FOR HUSKY ATHLETICS
  • USA Today: LONG BALL LIFTS ARIZONA, SENDS ARK. PACKING
  • Arizona Republic: BROWN'S 2HRS POWER ARIZONA PAST ARKANSAS
  • Seattle Times: MOVING IN ON MONTLAKE: HUSKIES INTRODUCE NEW AD
  • Seattle Times: ROBINSON'S RETURN CONFIRMS THAT UW IS A BASKETBALL SCHOOL

    Friday, June 18

  • Arizona Daily Star: FERVENT AUSSIE DILLON PROVES SOME LIKE IT HOT
  • Arizona Daily Star: THEY'RE NO FRAIDY-CATS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: NBA CAN WAIT FOR THOMPSON
  • The Seattle PI: NATE PULLS OFF BIGGEST FAKE

    Thursday, June 17

  • USA Today: FANTASTIC FIVE CHASE TOP AWARD
  • USA Today: TITLE WAVE: UCLA SOUTHERN CAL EACH ADD FOUR MORE

    Wednesday, June 16

  • Arizona Republic: HARD-WORKING UA STAFF FORGED RETURN TO CWS
  • Arizona Republic: ASSISTANT COACH HAS BEEN GOOD FOR LOPEZ TEAMS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO MEN HOPE TO MAKE RUN AT TRACK TITLE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: NCAA TRACK AND FIELD: 2005 REGIONAL HEADED TO HAYWARD FIELD
  • Seattle Times: THOMPSON MAY EXTEND RUN AS UW'S AD
  • USA Today: LOPEZ GUDES ARIZONA BACK TO CWS AS LONGSHOT

    Tuesday, June 15, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS CRASH THE BALL

    Monday, June 14, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: NEXT STOP OMAHA
  • Tucson Citizen: NOTHING EASY ABOUT WIN, SEASON FOR WILDCATS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UCLA WOMEN WIN
  • Arizona Republic: UA SCRAPS ITS WAY TO CWS BERTH
  • Arizona Republic: ASU FRESHMAN WINS NCAA HEPTATHLON
  • Arizona Republic: ASU 4x100 RELAY TEAM FINISHES CLOSE SECOND TO FLORIDA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON FRESHMAN WINS NCAA POLE VAULT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SUCCESS OF UO ATHLETICS MEANS MORE MONEY FOR ACADEMICS
  • LA Times: UCLA WOMEN TAKE TITLE AFTER SERIES OF NEAR-MISSES

    Thursday, June 10, 2004

  • USA Today: DAD OF ARIZONA RECRUIT CALLS DEATH 'WILL OF GOD'
  • Arizona Republic: SUPER REGIONAL BRINGS UA'S LOPEZ BACK TO ROOTS
  • Arizona Republic: RECRUIT'S DEATH SHAKES UA
  • Arizona Republic: ASU AIMS TO ADHERE TO NCAA SUMMER RULES
  • Eugene Register-Guard: INDIVIDUAL PURSUITS TAKE PRECEDENCE FOR UO AT NCAA MEET
  • LA Times: UCLA'S HENDERSON HAS REESTABLISHED HERSELF AS A CONTENDER FOR NCAA 400 TITLE

    Wednesday, June 9, 2004

  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD RUNNERS DUEL FOR 1,500 TITLE

    Tuesday, June 8, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: PUMPED-UP CATS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA TEAMS BRING BACK LOTS OF EXPERIENCE
  • Arizona Daily Star: FOLEY'S FOLLY IS WILDCATS' BIG GAIN
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL GOLF IMPROVED FROM UNWANTED TO NCAA CHAMPIONS

    Monday, June 7, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS EYE FIRST WORLD SERIES SINCE 1986
  • The Spokesman Review: FORMER COUGS DOT ARENA LEAGUE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW'S OTNESS THRIVES IN SCHOOL OF HARDBALL

    Thursday, June 3, 2004

  • San Jose Mercury News: FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO SUCCESS FOR CARDINAL
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: WILLIAMS RUNNING ROUTE TO USC
  • Tucson Citizen: PITCHERS KEY FOR CATS
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL GOLFER MAKING NAME FOR HERSELF
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL'S HOPES REST WITH ROMANCZUK
  • The Seattle PI: LINCECUM NAMED PAC-10 PITCHER, FRESHMAN OF YEAR
  • The Seattle PI: UW MEN'S VARSITY EIGHT SEEKS FIRST IRA WIN IN SEVEN YEARS
  • The Seattle PI: UW GOLFERS CLIMB TO FOURTH AT NATIONALS
  • The Oakland Tribune: ESPN CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF EMERGING CAL FOOTBALL
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL MEN RETAIN NCAA GOLF LEAD
  • USA Today: CAL RETAINS LEAD AFTER SECOND ROUND OF NCAA TOURNEY

    Wednesday, June 2, 2004

  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD TARGETS CWS ONCE AGAIN
  • USA Today: HOOD GIVES CAL FIRST-ROUND LEAD AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

    Tuesday, June 1, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: NALLEN KEEPS COOL OUT ON THE COURSE
  • Tucson Citizen: UCLA TAKES SECOND STRAIGHT CROWN
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS EARN BERTH IN PLAYOFFS
  • OC Register: SHE FIGHTS GRAVITY AND EXPECTATIONS
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS NOW HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE
  • Arizona Daily Star: NALLEN TO LEAD EMOTIONAL UA INTO NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: UCLA GETS BASEBALL BERTH
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: UCLA REPEATS AS CHAMPION
  • The Spokesman Review: BRUINS WIN 10TH CROWN
  • The Spokesman Review: WSU, UW ROW TO TOP 10 FINISHES
  • The Oakland Tribune: LIU WINS TENNIS TITLE AGAIN

    Friday, May 28, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS OUT TO STICK TOGETHER
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS LOOK FOR SWEEP AT USC
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL CREW SEEKING PERFECT SEASON
  • Arizona Republic: THE ALL-AMERICA WALK-ON
  • LA Times: BENYI'S HOMER HELPS BRUINS BEAT STANFORD
  • Seattle Times: SOFTBALL: OKLAHOMA TAGS UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL SPRINTER CONTINUES TO ACCELERATE

    Thursday, May 27, 2004

  • The Seattle PI: UW FRESHMAN SAVORING DEBUT ON DREAM FIELD...
  • USA Today: CHANGES QUICKLY RESTORE PROGRAM
  • OC Register: BRUINS HAVE A PLAN OF ATTACK FOR SOFTBALL SERIES
  • Contra Costa Times: WILLIE MAYS GALINDO
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL, STANFORD HOPE PITCHERS WILL CONTINUE TO DOMINATE
  • Arizona Daily Star: FOR WILDCATS, THE WORLD COULD SOON BE THEIR OYSTER
  • Oregonian: MOOS SAYS HE WILL STAY AT OREGON
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: POWER AT THE TOP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA HURDLER JUST KEEPS RAISING THE BAR
  • Eugene Register-Guard: AFTER CLOSE CALL, DUCKS GO BACK TO WORK
  • LA Times: SOFTBALL: UCLA TANDEM HAS PLENTY OF HISTORY TO BACK IT UP
  • Seattle Times: WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW

    Wednesday, May 26, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: MONTY'S SUCCESS TOUGH TO DUPLICATE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD GOES WITH 'EVERYMAN'
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS LAND 7-FOOT-2 PLAYER FOR THIS FALL
  • Arizona Daily Star: NEW ERA, SAME RIVAL IN STANFORD
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD GIVES REINS TO JOHNSON
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: JOHNSON STANFORD'S MAN
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S OTNESS PLAYS WITH FIRE
  • Arizona Republic: PEDROIA A FINALIST FOR AWARD
  • Seattle Times: BOEK, HUSKIES READY FOR COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

    Tuesday, May 25, 2004

  • OC Register: HOOK ROUT FOR WILLIAMS?
  • OC Register: UCLA ADVANCES TO TITLE MATCH
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD NAMES JOHNSON BASKETBALL COACH
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA WOMEN EXCITED ABOUT HOSTING PRESEASON NIT
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DISMISSED RECEIVER WANTS TO RETURN
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA BREAKS ILLINOIS' STREAK
  • USA Today: UCLA UPSETS DEFENDING CHAMPION ILLINOIS

    Monday, May 24, 2004

  • OC Register: UCLA ATTACKS, CAPTURES REGIONAL
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL SOFTBALL REACHES WORLD SERIES, THANKS TO THORSON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ASH'S BIG DAY PUTS CARDINAL BACK IN1ST PLACE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WOMEN TOPS IN TENNIS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BEST BASEBALL IN SEATTLE IS AT UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S HUARTE WINS NCAA

    Friday, May 21, 2004

  • Seattle PI: A MOMENT WITH...KEN KNUTSON

    Thursday, May 20, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: PROS PUT ON HOLD
  • Costa Costa Times: BEARS TAKE PAIR OF ACES INTO SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS
  • LA Times: HER OWN ACT WILL BE HARD TO FOLLOW
  • LA Times: BRUINS LEADING BY ONE IN WOMEN'S GOLF FINALS

    Wednesday, May 19, 2004

  • Tucscon Citizen: ALLEN READY FOR START IN UA'S REGIONAL OPENER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CATCHER WOODS IS KEY FOR BEARS

    Tuesday, May 18, 2004

  • USA Today: ARIZONA ACE STEPS OUT OF LONG SHADOWS
  • Tucson Citizen: Renewed Hope
  • Tucson Citizen: FOCUSED ON CROWN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NO.1 STANFORD FALLS TO 2ND IN PAC-10
  • Arizona Daily Star: ROLLER COASTER SEASON STEADIES
  • Arizona Daily Star: GOING FOR WIN NO. 2
  • Oregonian: BASKETBALL RECRUITS CREATE A STIR AT UO
  • Oregonian: THE RISE AND BOOS OF UO'S BILL MOOS

    Monday, May 17, 2004

  • Long Beach Press Telegram: A COACH WHO CARES
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS EXPECTING SOLID REGIONAL AT HILLENBRAND
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: BRUINS OPEN TITLE DEFENSE AT HOME
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS NO. 1 SEED IN NCAA SOFTBALL
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS HAVE SECRET WEAPON FOR NCAAS
  • OC Register: UCLA WANTS TO KEEP GIVING TO ADAMS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL, BEARS GET TOP SEEDS
  • The Seattle PI: NO. 1 SEED FOR HUSKIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S WILBURN TAKES HIGH JUMP
  • USA Today: PAC-10 HAS ITS STAMP ON SOFTBALL FIELD

    Friday, May 14, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS LOOK TO COMPETE WELL IN PAC-10 MEET
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL CREW ADJUSTS TO BEING TEAM TO BEAT
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD IS FACING TOUGH JOB AT PAC-10

    Thursday, May 13, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: NAME GAME BOOST FOR UA FOOTBALL
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS TO REST HOLLOWELL'S ARM
  • Contra Costa Times: POWE SETTING HIS OWN TIMELINE

    Wednesday, May 12, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: HOLLOWELL FINALIST FOR PLAYER OF YEAR
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S 'ROCKY' SOLID PICK FOR AWARD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DANA SORENSEN STRONG-ARMING THE OPPOSITION
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD HAS ACES IN HOLE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SKIPPER'S DECATHLON GIVES UP HEAD START AT PAC-10'S

    Tuesday, May 11, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS LEND HAND FOR ATHENS
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES' LINCECUM MOWING 'EM DOWN

    Monday, May 10, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: USC DOUBLES UP IN WATER POLO
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS CLINCH SOFTBALL CROWN
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD GRAD VAULTS TO NO. 2 ALL-TIME IN U.S.
  • USA Today: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TAKES WOMEN'S WATER POLO TITLE
  • USA Today: ARIZONA SALUTES TILLMAN AT SUN DEVIL STADIUM
  • Arizona Republic: ASU SEEKS HIGHER GROUND
  • Arizona Republic: Q&A WITH ASU PRESIDENT MICHAEL CROW
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVIL PROSPERITY ALL DEPENDS ON FOOTBALL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SKIPPER WINS PAC-10 DECATHLON
  • LA Times: USC WINS WATER POLO TITLE WITH 29-0 RECORD

    Friday, May 7, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: TRUST IN HOLLOWELL
  • Tucson Citizen: HUNDLEY A HIT AGAIN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD WOMEN BID FOR SECOND WATER POLO CROWN IN THREE YEARS
  • Arizona Republicr: HEPTATHLETE JOHNSON A GOLDEN FIND FOR DEVILS
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES HAVE SHOT AT TOP DOG CARDINAL

    Thursday, May 6, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: UA NEAR PAC-10'S SOFTBALL CROWN

    Wednesday, May 5, 2004

  • The Spokesman Review: WSU'S FREDRICK RESIGNS TO TAKE IOWA JOB
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S CRAIG RACES TO HEAD OF NCAA

    Tuesday, May 4, 2004

  • The Oakland Tribune: COUGHLIN DIVES INTO NEXT CHALLENGE

    Monday, May 3, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: DIOGU, KELLY TAKE MVP HONORS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO SPRING FOOTBALL REVIEW
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU FANS SEE WORK IN PROGRESS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU SPRING FOOTBALL REVIEW
  • LA Times: UCLA FOOTBALL: IT COULD BE A SPRINGBOARD TO BIGGER, BETTER THINGS
  • Seattle Times: RECORD CROWD CHEERS HUSKIES TO VICTORY
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES SEND ROWDY CROWD HOME HAPPY
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL MEN STANFORD WOMEN ROLL IN BIG MEET
  • The Oakland Tribune: LUNN WINS 1,500, FAVORED AT TRIALS

    Friday, April 30, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: NEMESIS FOR WILDCATS AT HILLENBRAND TONIGHT
  • Oregonian: QUESTION-AND-ANSWER SESSION NOT OVER SOON
  • Oregonian: OSU IS READY TO DIG IN
  • Oregonian: RILEY SYS PRACTICES SHOW OFFENSE HAS MUCH THAT NEEDS WORK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: RULE CHANGE HELPS UCLA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WALK-ONS REACHING DO-OR-DIE WEEKEND
  • Eugene Register-Guard: EUGENE NOT OUT OF NCAA TRACK MIX
  • LA Times: BACKS FOR MORE: UCLA NEEDS BIG SEASON FROM DREW, WHITE
  • LA Times: NCAA APPROVES ACADEMIC REFORMS
  • Seattle Times: WILL NEW NCAA ACADEMIC RULES BRING CHANGE? WE'LL SEE

    Thursday, April 29, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: UA DIGS OUT TITLE
  • Tucson Citizen: OLSON ADDS DEPTH TO UA SQUAD WITH 2 WALK-ONS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL RUGBY TEAM SETS ITS SIGHTS ON WINNING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA TWEAKS PLAN
  • The Seattle PI: SCRAMBLE IN UW SHELL
  • Arizona Republic: YAVAPAI COACH JOINS EVANS' STAFF AT ASU
  • Eugene Register-Guard: FORMER BADGER CONTRIBUTING IMMEDIATELY FOR DUCKS TRACK AND FIELD
  • Eugene Register-Guard: RECRUITING MEANS DOING MORE WITH LESS
  • Seattle Times: NEW FACES OF HUSKIES CREW ARE DELIVERING
  • Seattle Times: AROUND THE PAC-10 SPRING FOOTBALL REPORT

    Wednesday, April 28, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS GLAD TO BE BACK IN TUCSON
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD IN CRUCIAL RECRUITING PHASE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: SOPHOMORE SHOWS HIS HEAD IS IN GAME
  • The Seattle PI: UW STANDOUT TABLES SOCIAL LIFE FOR SCHOOL, GOLF

    Tuesday, April 27, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: STOOPS TOUTS FROSH CBs
  • Arizona Daily Star: SPEED IS WILDCATS' MAIN NEED
  • Arizona Daily Star: SPLIT SQUAD
  • San Jose Mercury News: THE ACE OF COLLEGE TENNIS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: THIN LINE SUFFERS NEW INJURY
  • Arizona Republic: STOOPS SPOTS NEED FOR SPEED

    Monday, April 26, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 TEAM TITLE NALLEN'S NO. 1 GOAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: HAYWARD HOSTS PRELUDE TO ELITE MEETS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: HOLLIDAY MAKES SUCCESSFUL RETURN
  • LA Times: BIASELLA'S ACES AREN'T ENOUGH
  • Seattle Times: OFFENSE STEALS THE SHOW AT HUSKIES SPRING GAME
  • The Spokesman Review: ASU, CARDINALS OFFER TRIBUTES TO TILLMAN
  • The Oakland Tribune: SURGERY FOR POWE; CAL STAR OUT TO '05

    Friday, April 23, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: ASU NEEDS TO BUILD ON FACE VALUE
  • Arizona Republic: PAT TILLMAN KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON SOFTBALL STEPS UP EXPECTATIONS TO BE LEGITIMATE PAC-10 POWER
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES RUNNER HAS COME A GREAT DISTANCE
  • Seattle Times: SPRING GAME TURNS INTO A SCRIMMAGE
  • Seattle Times: SWOGGER NAMED NO. 1 QB
  • Tucson Citizen: COACH TURNS DUCKS AROUND
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL, WASHINGTON KICKING UP QUITE A ROW

    Thursday, April 22, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: LOWE SETS TABLE FOR CATS
  • Arizona Republic: 'K' IS NAME OF GAME FOR CATS' HOLLOWELL
  • Arizona Republic: ASU GOLFERS HOT AT RIGHT TIME
  • LA Times: UCLA WOMEN WIN PAC-10 GOLF TITLE
  • Seattle Times: BACK AT UW, TORMEY IS A MAN OF HIS WORK

    Wednesday, April 21, 2004

  • Oregonian:DUCKS' VINCENT REAPPEARS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:SOMETHING'S BRUIN AT SATICOY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:MOSS MAKES MOST OF OPPORTUNITY
  • Arizona Republic: LIMITING PICK-OFFS KEY FOR UA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO COACHES SHIFT FOCUS TO INEXPERIENCED PLAYERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON TO HOST TOURNEY AT BANDON
  • Seattle Times: PAUS HAS SLIGHTEST OF EDGES AS TOP QB
  • Seattle Times: THORSON A COLORFUL STAR FOR CAL SOFTBALL

    Tuesday, April 20, 2004

  • Oregonian: OSU TURNS A CORNER IN EFFORT TO HELP RECEIVERS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA WALK-ON FRONT AND CENTER
  • Arizona Republic: HOLLOWELL MAY BE UA'S BEST
  • Arizona Republic: UA READY TO BUILD OFFENSE AROUND BELL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OLDER. WISER DUCKS HOPE TO BE BETTER
  • LA Times: SUMMER TENNIS SERIES UNVEILED

    Monday, April 19, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: SUMMER FULL OF SWEAT CATS WILL NOT REGRET
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA'S FINEST TEAM BOWS OUT
  • Tucson Citizen: I FELT WE GOT BETTER
  • The Oakland Tribune: BUDDING TALENT SHINES FOR BEARS
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S O'HAGAN SHUTS DOOR
  • USA Today: WASHINGTON ROUTS GEORGIA TECH TO WIN SERIES

    Friday, April 16, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: WILLIAMS HOPES TO CATCH ON
  • The Seattle PI: DERTING ANSWERS WAKE-UP CALL
  • Tucson Citizen: GOOD HANDS FOLKS
  • Tucson Citizen: MERCADO 'GETS JOB DONE'
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S SHINING STAR EAGER TO BEAT STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS SEEK TO REGAIN RUGBY TITLE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD SENIOR ASH LOVES TO PUT THE WOOD TO BEARS
  • Arizona Republic: SUN DEVILS EYE TURNAROUND ON THE ROAD
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S KELLY IN GYMNASTICS FINALS
  • LA Times: NCAA GYMNASTICS: UCLA, STANFORD ADVANCE TO FINALS

    Thursday, April 15, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: NEW GUARD MAY GIVE CATS HELP IN SHOOTING ON COURT RECRUIT ON COURT
  • Tucson Citizen: KEEPING HOLLOWELL HEALTHY A CONCERN SOFTBALL
  • OC Register: PERFORMING IN PAIN
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS ONE SCHOLARSHIP SHY BUT WILL STAY PUT
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: MALONEY LEAVES THE PAIN BEHIND
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: OLSON SHOWS COMMAND AT QUARTERBACK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC PICKS TRAKH AS NEW COACH
  • Arizona Daily Star: INCONSISTENT WILDCATS READY FOR PAC-10 RUN
  • Arizona Daily Star: QB HEAVNER CHOSEN NO. 1
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: LINEMAN'S FUTURE IN DOUBT
  • Arizona Republic: SPINI PROVIDES STABLE PLATFORM FOR SUCCESS
  • Arizona Republic: HEAVNER NAMED NO. 1 QB AT UA
  • Eugene Register-Guard: STEITZ, OTHER DUCK LINEMAN HAVE TO BE VERSATILE
  • LA Times: UCLA HAS SIGHTS ON TITLE
  • LA Times: TRAKH LANDS HIS DREAM JOB AT USC
  • Seattle Times: UW SOFTBALL FINDS WAY TO HEAD OF PAC
  • Seattle Times: NEW UW LINE COACH, NEW LINE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: APPLEBY COMES BACK TO HUSKIES
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S PRITCHARD GYMNAST OF YEAR

    Monday, April 12, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: SEASON TICKETS ON THE RISE FOR UA FOOTBALL
  • San Jose Mercury News: MONTGOMERY JOINS LEGENDS GROUP
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: DEFENSE STANDS OUT IN FINAL SCRIMMAGE
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS MAY HAVE FOUND NO. 3 STARTER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD TEAM'S ON THE BEAM
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: DARKHORSES SHINE IN HUSKIES' SCRIMMAGE
  • The Oakland Tribune: DEEMER BLOCKS LIKE A DEMON

    Friday, April 9, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS TO EXTEND QB COMPETITION
  • Arizona Daily Star: SHULTZ'S OFF-SEASON PAYS OFF IN 2 AT-BATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS TAP INTO HOUSTON PIPELINE
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: FULLBACK RETURNS FROM SPINE INJURY
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: RECEIVERS ARE FILLING VOIDS
  • Tucson Citizen: LEWIS LIKES NEW ROLE IN REVISED OFFENSE
  • Contra Costa Times: HUFFINS HAS TRANSFORMED CAL SQUAD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: 'GOTH GIRL' LEAVES FOES A BIT HARRIED
  • The Spokesman Review: AREA TEAMS HAVE BRIGHT FUTURES
  • The Seattle PI: BROOKS GRABS WEIGHTS, BOOKS
  • USA Today: FINISHING NO. 2 ISN'T ENOUGH FOR STANFORD'S SENIOR CLASS
  • Arizona Republic: QB SPOT UP FOR GRABS AT UA
  • Arizona Republic: NEW O-LINE COACH INHERITS ASU STRENGTH
  • Eugene Register-Guard: UO TRACK AND FIELD: WATSON BOLDLY VAULTS INTO THE UNKNOWN
  • LA Times: UCLA'S JOHNSON TAKES AFTER HER OLYMPIAN FATHER

    Thursday, April 8, 2004

  • OC Register: BRUINS WILL GET HIT SIGN
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS' PASS KEY
  • The Seattle PI: NATE TAKES AIM AT NBA
  • The Seattle PI: RICHARDSON NAMED NATIONAL HITTER OF THE WEEK
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL BASKETBALL FANS SHOULD ENJOY POWE WHILE THEY CAN

    Wednesday, April 7, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: MENDIOLA JOINS STORM STAFFERS AT PRE-DRAFT CAMP
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL'S KAPP MAKES COLLEGE HALL OF FAME

    Monday, April 5, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS FIND PLAYMAKERS IN SCRIMMAGE
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS' OFFENSE WORK IN PROGRESS

    Friday, April 2, 2004

  • San Francisco Chronicle: POWELL A BIG LOSS, BUT STANFORD COACH SAYS TEAM WILL HAVE BALANCE

    Thursday, April 1, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: HOLLOWELL PREPARED FOR HUSKIES, BRUINS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: AT QUARTERBACK, UW HAS THREE INEXPERIENCED CONTENDERS
  • The Seattle PI: STAR GYMNAST HAS BATTLED PAIN THROUGHOUT UW CAREER
  • The Oakland Tribune: SUMMERS TAKES HARD ROUTE TO CAL
  • The Seattle PI: USC TURNS BACK TIME

    Wednesday, March 31, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS LAND RECRUIT
  • Contra Costa Times: POWELL'S REMARKABLE CAREER ENDS IN 'PAINFUL' LOSS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: GILBERTSON DOESN'T EXPECT ROBINSON AT SPRING FOOTBALL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: LEADERS SPRINGING FORWARD TO DOBA'S SATISFACTION
  • The Seattle PI: IT'S GILBY'S TEAM NOW
  • The Seattle PI: HUSKIES OPEN QUARTERBACK DERBY
  • The Oakland Tribune: TEEVENS SET FOCUS ON OFFENSE
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS ROLL A 7 IN THE 9TH AGAINST ZAGS

    Tuesday, March 30, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: BLASTING OFF IN TUCSON
  • Tucson Citizen: LIAW SPRINGS FORWARD FOR CATS
  • OC Register : STANFORD'S POWELL AIMS FOR FINAL FOUR
  • OC Register: NERVOUS TIME BECOMES HIS PRIME TIME
  • OC Register : ARIZONA WILL STOOPS TO A HIGHER LEVEL
  • Contra Costa Times: VOLS STAND IN POWELL'S WAY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: VOLS, CARDINAL ARE OLD FOES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ECHEMANDU IS AN NFL DRAFT SLEEPER
  • The Oakland Tribune: FINAL SHOT A FINAL FOUR

    Monday, March 29, 2004

  • The Spokesman Review: COUGAR'S WELCH WINS ANOTHER TITLE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES EXPECT CUPBOARD TO BE RESTOCKED
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: STANFORD DELIVERS

    Friday, March 26, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS VS. OLUMPIANS: ULTIMATE TEST
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD HOSTING WEEKEND BONANZA
  • The Seattle PI: ROMAR'S FINALLY A FAN AGAIN
  • The Seattle PI: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UW SPORTS WILL BEAR EMMERT'S MARK
  • The Oakland Tribune: AWARD HUMBLES CAL'S MCARTHUR

    Thursday, March 25, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: ACE OF DIAMOND
  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 DIMS WHEN UCLA TURNS GRIM

    Wednesday, March 24, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: SPRING CLEANING
  • San Jose Mercury News: CHIP ON STANFORD'S SHOULDER IS GOOD FOR TEAM AND SPORT
  • San Jose Mercury News: PARENTING PAVES ROAD TO VICTORY
  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL'S PROSPECTS HINGE ON CHILDRESS' DECISION
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA THROWS ITS WEIGHTS AROUND
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: USC, LSU RIVALS STILL
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS MAKE MOST OF TIME
  • San Francisco Chronicle: MONTGOMERY EXPECTS TO HAVE CHILDRESS FOR ONE MORE SEASON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL WOMEN'S NEW ATTITUDE PART OF REASON FOR RESURGENCE
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: STAN WALKER
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S POWELL AP ALL-AMERICAN
  • The Oakland Tribune: CHILDRESS ADDS NATIONAL HONOR
  • USA Today: LSU, USC JOIN OTHER NCAA CHAMPIONS AT WHITE HOUSE

    Tuesday, March 23, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCAT SWIMMERS MAKE QUITE A SPLASH
  • Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS ERA SPRINGS INTO ACTION
  • Oregonian: BOOKS ASIDE, UO'S JOSEPH READY FOR NIT MATCHUP
  • San Jose Mercury News: POWELL LOOKING FORWARD TO PROS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COUGARS HAVE OPENINGS TO FILL
  • The Oakland Tribune: POWELL PACES STANFORD TO ROUT OF OKLAHOMA

    Monday, March 22, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UNCHARACTERISTIC DEFEAT ENDS UW'S AMAZING YEAR

    Thursday, March 18, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: FATHER HAS MADE THE DIFFERENCE FOR LOTTICH
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S RELUCTANT STAR
  • Seattle PI: SIMMONS, ROLLINS ADAPT TO UW ROLES
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S DESTINATION: SAN ANTONIO

    Wednesday, March 17, 2004

  • Contra Costa Times: PERFECTION IS DIFFICULT TO ACHIEVE
  • Contra Costa Times: MONTGOMERY HAS RAISED EXPECTATIONS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: MONTGOMERY IS OLD SCHOOL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ROOTING INTEREST ON ASU'S COURT MAY BE MINIMAL
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS' JOSEPH EXPECTS TO BE TESTED AGAIN
  • LA Times: PAC-10 NOTES: UCLA'S MAKEOVER PLANS START AT SNAIL'S PACE
  • Seattle Times: IT'S A SMALL WORLD: UNLIKE THE NBA, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE TALL TO DOMINATE DURING THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
  • Seattle Times: UCLA GAMES TAUGHT HUSKIES
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: A SHOOTER BY ANY NAME
  • The Seattle PI: DESPITE LESS TIME, ALLEN RECOGNIZED AS UW'S LEADER
  • The Seattle PI: UNSELFISH BRANDON ROY PUTS UW FIRST

    Tuesday, March 16, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: NINTH SEED LEAVES CATS PROWLING NEW ENVIRONMENT
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS TRYING TO REMAIN RESTED
  • San Jose Mercury News: HERNANDEZ'S TOUGHNESS CHANGES STANFORD'S IMAGE
  • San Jose Mercury News: LEAN AND HUNGRY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HOWLAND HAS TALENT RECIPE
  • Tucson Citizen: CATALYST
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL HAVE SHOWN THEY CAN BE ATHLETIC
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TARA'S TIME OF YEAR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD NEEDS A HEALTHY DAVIS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW, PAC-10 BRETHREN SEEK RESPECT
  • The Oakland Tribune: MAKKONEN GETS EXTRA YEAR
  • Eugene Register-Guard: CARDINAL FEEL SLIGHTED BY NO. 6 SEED
  • LA Times: SADNESS OF FATHER'S DEATH HOVERED OVER HOWLAND
  • Seattle Times: ROMAR'S ROAD: NOTHING HAS COME EASY FOR UW COACH
  • Seattle Times: REGION MONIKERS NOT ONLY ODD PART OF TOURNEY
  • Seattle Times: UW WOMEN TOP AREA'S TOURNEY SLATE

    Monday, March 15, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: STANFORD OUT TO PROVE IT DESERVES NO. 1 SEED
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS' PATH TO SAN ANTONIO BEGINS ON TOBACCO ROAD
  • OC Register: UCLA WOMEN AREN'T DISAPPOINTED
  • Contra Costa Times: EXPECT STANFORD TO QUIET CRITICS WITH NATIONAL TITLE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES DRAW UAB IN MIDWEST
  • The Seattle PI: DAWGS ARE IN! HUSKIES FACE UAB FRIDAY IN OHIO
  • The Seattle PI: UW BASKS IN NCAA DANCE
  • The Seattle PI: UW WOMEN ACCEPT WNIT BID
  • The Oakland Tribune: CARDINAL STAYS CLOSE TO HOME

    Tuesday, March 10, 2004

  • The Spokesman Review: WASHINGTON STATE'S WELCH WINS THIRD STRAIGHT DUCK INVITE
  • The Spokesman Review: WASHINGTON STATE GETS OFF TO A FLYING START
  • The Seattle PI: MR. CHARISMA: UW'S ROBINSON AN ELEVATING SPIRIT

    Tuesday, March 9, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: HOOPS CATS LIGHTEN UP FOR MEDIA

    Monday, March 8, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS FEELING 'URGENCY'

    Friday, March 5, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: RELUCTANT STAR
  • Tucson Citizen: RADENOVIC ADJUSTS ON, OFF COURT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: POWELL IS TOP PLAYER

    Thursday, March 4, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: FRYE EARNS HIGH MARKS FROM OLSON
  • OC Register: CONFERENCE TIGHTLY PAC-ED BEHIND STANFORD
  • San Francisco Chronicle: PURSUIT OF A PERFECT SEASON
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DR. J'S HAIR APPARENT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS HAVE TOUGH ASSIGNMENT IN FACING RESURGENT HUSKIES
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WILD WEEKEND SEEMS ON TAP AT HP PAVILLION

    Wednesday, March 3, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • San Jose Mercury News: NO CLEAR FAVORITE IN PAC-10 TOURNEY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA SEEKS VOCAL LEADER
  • Tucson Citizen: STOUDAMIRE HAS A 'GOOD HEART'
  • San Francisco Chronicle: ROBINSON TORN ABOUT ROAD TRIP

    Tuesday, March 2, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES SEEK RESPECT, NEED WINS FOR NCAA BID

    Monday, March 1, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: FINDING CHEMISTRY BY SUNDAY IS CATS' CURRENT ASSIGNMENT
  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS SAVOR FIRST PAC-10 TITLE
  • Oregonian: SEASON CONTINUES TO SLIP AWAY
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS' BUBBLE BURST IN BAY AREA
  • San Jose Mercury News: ST. JOE'S CLEARLY ISN'T IN STANFORD'S CLASS
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS FOCUS ON VICTORIES, NOT ON RATINGS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA WOMEN DELIGHTED WITH FIRST PAC-10 TITLE
  • The Seattle PI: FOUR DEPARTING HUSKIES HAVE ENDURED AND PERSEVERED TOGETHER
  • The Oakland Tribune: LAST WEEK OF PAC-10 WILL PRODUCE ANSWERS

    Friday, February 27, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WIN HAS HUSKIES THINKING NCAAs
  • OC Register: FEW BETTER THAN PAC-10 SWIMMERS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: THE HUSKIES DARE WE SAY IT, ARE REFUSING TO LOSE

    Thursday, February 26, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: CATS OUT TO AVENGE LOSS AT WASHINGTON
  • Contra Costa Times: PODKOLZINA CONVERTS TO TEAM PLAYER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TIME FOR CAL TO DO SOME NIT-PICKING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TOP-RANKED MEN'S TEAM INSPIRES STANFORD WOMEN
  • Arizona Daily Star: WHATEVER HAPPENS, DO NOT CALL IT AN UPSET
  • Arizona Daily Star:PAC-10 SIDELINES
  • San Jose Mercury News:SURGERY NEAR FOR MAPLES PAVILION
  • San Jose Mercury News:NEW BORCHARDT, SAME DECISION
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: COMIN' THROUGH
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW TWO-SPORT STAR CAN DO IT ALL EXCEPT STAND STILL
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S CARLY DOCKENDORF EXCELS AT POLE VAULTING AND GYMNASTICS

    Wednesday, February 25, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star:PREPARE FOR A RARE LOW SEED
  • Oregonian:TALKS COULD RESULT IN UO FACING OKLAHOMA
  • Oregonian:IN FINAL SEASON, JACKSON HAS TIME OF HIS LIFE
  • Oregonian:BEAVERS ARE REVELING IN LUCAS' EMERGENCE
  • San Jose Mercury News:ROBINSON THE FATHER FIGURE AT STANFORD
  • New York Daily News:WELL-SCHOOLED STANFORD OFFERS STABILITY IN CHAOTIC NCAA WORLD
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:RIVALRY INTENSIFIES
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:Bibby: 'I'M MORE RELAXED THAN EVER'
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram:END DRAWS NEAR FOR FARMER
  • OC Register: UCLA'S THOMPSON FOCUSED ON BEATING USC
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DAVIS EYEING PAC-10 TOURNAMENT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL FOOTBALL HAS BECOME A HOT TICKET
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PAC-10 WOMEN REACH FINAL WEEK, EYE TOURNEY

    Tuesday, February 24, 2004

  • OC Register: WILLIAMS NOT SURE OF DECISION

    Monday, February 23, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: STRETCH RUN CRITICAL FOR WILDCATS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: SO FAR, SO GOOD FOR STANFORD
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS WIN TOURNEY BEHIND CHAMBERLIN
  • The Spokesman Review: EX-TROJANS PARTY WITH DEDEAUX
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: UW'S LOSS TO N.C. STATE PROVES HUSKIES CAN BEAT ANYONE
  • The Oakland Tribune: SWEET HOME FINALE FOR STANFORD STAR

    Friday, February 20, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: FRESHMAN SHOWS LONG-BALL POTENTIAL
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ALMOST LIKE IT REALLY WAS THE APPLE CUP

    Thursday, February 19, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WORLD WIDE WILDCATS
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S LOPEZ A TOUGH GRADER
  • Tucson Citizen: HITTING, STEALING EASY FOR CHAMPION, LOWE
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL NEED IMPRESSIVE RUN FOR SHOT AT NCAA TOURNEY
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS PITCHER REFUSES TO EASE UP
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL CAUGHT IN BRACKET RACKET
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD'S STRENGTH IS SUPERBLY SUB-LIMINAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BIG MARKETING PUSH FOR PAC-10 TOURNEY IN SAN JOSE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: THE STATE OF STATE HOOPS
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD BRACES FOR CHALLENGE
  • The Oakland Tribune: BRAUN: CAL MUST FOCUS ON ITSELF
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WOMEN EAGER FOR HOME VICTORIES
  • Arizona Republic: ASU MEN NEED WIN OVER BEAVERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: VERSATILITY ON DISPLAY AT MAC COURT
  • LA Times: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: USC, UCLA PLEASANTLY SURPRISING
  • Seattle Times: RECENT SUCCESS HAS SET COUGS UP FOR MORE
  • Seattle Times: OFFICIALLY, WSU NOT THE RETIRING TYPE
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 WOMEN'S RACE: IMPOSSIBLE TO DRAW LINE AT THIS POINT

    Wednesday, February 18, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: PRACTICE ROUTINE INTENSE FOR CATS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA JOB REMAINS 'DREAM' TO HIM
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCLA KEEPS NIT IN MIND
  • Tucson Citizen: OLSON MUM ON STARTERS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: UNDERSTANDING HOW UNCOMMON UNBEATEN IS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: TROJANS POSE SPECIAL PROBLEM
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PAC-10 WOMEN HUNGRY FOR NCAA BERTHS

    Tuesday, February 17, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: DROP-OFF FROM LINE PERPLEXES WILDCAT
  • Arizona Daily Star: THIS WEEK, WILDCATS HOPE L.A. TEAMS WIN
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD TAKES NO. 1 RANKING IN STRIDE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: POISED FOR A RUN?
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS NOT RIGHT AT HOME
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD TAKES MORE REALISTIC APPROACH TO ITS NO. 1 RANKING
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD ON TOP OF HEAP AFTER DUKE'S DEFEAT
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DOWN YEAR OR NOT, PAC-10 DOESN'T LACK COMPETITIVENESS
  • LA Times: USC WOMEN STEP UP IN PAC-10
  • Seattle Times: AXMAN BACK ON UW SIDELINE
  • Seattle Times: WSU KICKS OFF WITH FRIDAY, SEATTLE GAMES
  • Seattle Times: BENNETT HAS NO PLANS TO RESIGN
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: AXMAN BACK WITH HUSKIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: NO. 1 DOESN'T FAZE CARDINAL

    Monday, February 16, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: VOLUME RISING IN HEC ED BLEACHERS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: CANE IN HAND, WSU'S SLOAN IS STILL IRREPRESSIBLE
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD, ST. JOE'S ARE GOOD FOR GAME

    Friday, February 13, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: ARIZONA BASEBALL PLAYER HAS NO LIFE OF REILLY
  • Contra Costa Times: UBAKA ARRIVES, AND SO DOES CAL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD STAR WAS LED THE RIGHT WAY
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL SWIMMING AGAINST HISTORY
  • The Oakland Tribune: STANFORD'S LOTTICH, DAD MAKE A GOOD TEAM

    Thursday, February 12, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: LUTE OLSON: THE MAN IN CHARGE
  • Tucson Citizen: EVEN WITH LOSSES, CATS CAN GET TO FINAL FOUR
  • San Francisco Chronicle: EXPECTATIONS ON THE RISE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: 'POPS' IS STILL DREAMING
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: HUSKIES FACE JACKSON FINAL TIME
  • The Seattle PI: THE SHOT THAT SAVED A SEASON

    Wednesday, February 11, 2004

  • Eugene Register-Guard: A TALL ORDER FOR SHETTERS
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON JUNIOR FROM MOSCOW PUTS TENNIS PROGRAM ON THE MAP
  • Eugene Register-Guard: BROOKS READY TO RECEIVE CHECKUP
  • LA Times: UCLA GOLFER SAVORS TUESDAY WITH TIGER
  • LA Times: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: PAC-10 GETS SHAKE-UP
  • Arizona Daily Star: MANY FANS CRITICIZE, LAY BLAME ON OLSON
  • Arizona Daily Star: CONCERNS ON DEFENSE STILL PLAGUE CATS
  • San Jose Mercury News: WHEN STORMING THE COURT TURNS TRAGIC
  • Long Beach Press Telegram: HOWLAND: BE MORE ACTIVE
  • Tucson Citizen: STANFORD CONTENT WITH BACKUP ROLE
  • Contra Costa Times: CAL'S SOLID RECRUITING CLASS GET EVEN BETTER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: RIGOROUS REHAB FINALLY TO PAY OFF FOR HARYASZ
  • The Tacoma Tribune: ASSISTANT GRABS 'UNBELIEVABLE OPPORTUNITY' WITH HUSKIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: OLSON: CAL RATES GOOD CHANCE VS. STANFORD
  • The Oakland Tribune: UNBEATEN STANFORD FACES LONG ODDS
  • The Oakland Tribune: PAC-10 TEAMS SHOULD RETIRE NUMBERS

    Tuesday, February 10, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: LOSS TO CARDINAL STILL STICKS IN CATS' CRAW
  • Tucson Citizen: SETBACKS UNITE CATS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD RPI IS JUST SO WRONG
  • The Spokesman Review: COUGS TOP SWABS LIST
  • The Spokesman Review: COACH BENNETT SAYS COUGS MADE UP ALL THE FRUSTRATION
  • The Tacoma Tribune: AT UW, BIG WAIT IS OVER
  • USA Today: STANFORD DIGS DEEP TO STAY UNBEATEN
  • Arizona Republic: DEVILS OFFERING TICKETS FOR FREE
  • LA Times: QUINN MAKES QUICK IMPACT
  • Seattle Times: UW WOMEN LOSE WATSON TO INJURY

    Monday, February 9, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCAT WOMEN HIT ROAD WITH LEAD, CONFIDENCE
  • Tucson Citizen: WITH LUCK, STANFORD MAY GO 70-0

    Friday, February 6, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: SPEEDY FROSH LEADS OFF FOR UA SOFTBALL

    Thursday, February 5, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: CATS FILL NEEDS
  • Arizona Daily Star: PAC-10 FANS CATCH UP TO EASTERN COUTERPARTS
  • Arizona Daily Star: SPIRITED GRZYB ENJOYS LIFE TO FULLEST
  • Arizona Daily Star: WASHINGTON SCHOOLS SHOWING '04 PROGRESS
  • Arizona Daily Star: LIGHTS-OUT FRESHMAN SHINES BRIGHT FOR CAL
  • Arizona Daily Star: HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTS
  • Arizona Daily Star: THIS YEAR, CATS TAKE THEIR LUMPS BUT NEXT YEAR COULD SEE BIG BUMP
  • Oregonian: OSU MAKES MOVE; UO SURPRISED
  • Oregonian: OSU DOESN'T HAVE TO BE DEFENSIVE ABOUT THIS NATIONALLY RANKED RECRUITING CLASS
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD BOLSTERS OFFENSIVE DEPTH
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD WOMEN SEARCH FOR SOME NEEDED BALANCE
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: UCL-A FOR EFFORT?
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: OFFENSE IS TOP PRIORITY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS LAND TO RECRUITING CLASS
  • Tucson Citizen: 'HUMBLED' CATS GET FIRST LOOK AT CAL STAR POWE
  • Tucson Citizen: PAC-10 MEN'S BASKETBALL AT THE MIDWAY POINT
  • Tucson Citizen: PITCHERS FOCUS OF SEASON OPENER
  • OC Register: USC SIGNS UNRIVALED RECRUITING CLASS
  • Contra Costa Times: NO MORE TEARS: POWE GETS ARIZONA
  • San Francisco Chronicle: FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT FOR CAL FOOTBALL
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL'S POWE EAGER TO TAKE FIRST SHOT AT ARIZONA, ADAMS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: LOTTICH TRYING TO ADJUST TO THE CONSTANT PRESSURE
  • The Seattle PI: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK: THE MIGHTY QUINN

    Wednesday, February 4, 2004

  • OC Register: MORRISON REPLACES THOMPSON AT GUARD
  • Contra Costa Times: VOLS, MARYLAND AMONG TEAMS CAL ADDS TO SCHEDULE
  • Contra Costa Times: RECRUITING TRAIL CAN BE LONG, STRANGE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD--A FEW BIG MEN
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CAL GOES TO HEAD OF CLASS
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: STANFORD'S POWELL AGAIN PERCHED ATOP PAC-10'S BEST
  • The Seattle PI: SERB REVELS IN A NEW WORLD AT UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: BALL, AND SEASON, REST IN HIS HANDS
  • Arizona Republic: ARIZONA STUMBLES OUT OF THE GATE
  • Arizona Republic: ASU WILL RANK NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE PAC-10
  • Eugene Register-Guard: WAGNER PLAYING THROUGH PAIN
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU ADDS LSU TO SCHEDULE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SOFTBALL: DUCKS RAISE THE BAR
  • Eugene Register-Guard: PAC-10 NOTES: BEING IN THE ZONE NOT A GOOD THING FOR UCLA
  • Seattle Times: WITH A BIT OF CULTURE, USC IS BECOMING GOBRECHT COOL
  • Seattle Times: PAC-10 NOTEBOOK: IS NICOLE POWELL PLAYER OF THE YEAR?

    Tuesday, February 3, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: OPPONENTS NOT AFRAID OF WILDCATS
  • Arizona Daily Star: CLASS OF 2000 HAS SEEN MUCH, EXCEPT FOR WINS
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS FANS ARE HAPPY TO ADD LSU TO SCHEDULE
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD'S NO-WIN SITUATION
  • San Jose Mercury News: PERFECTION THREATENED: DAVIS OUT AT LEAST 3 WEEKS WITH INJURY
  • Tucson Citizen: UA MEN'S BASKETBALL: SENIOR MOMENTS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU FOOTBALL CONTINUES TO PROTECT HOME TURF IN RECRUITING
  • Eugene Register-Guard: SECOND HALF WILL TELL THE TALE FOR DUCKS

    Monday, February 2, 2004

  • OC Register: TOP OF THE 9TH FOR ADAMS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: WATER POLO'S BEST HEAD TO STANFORD
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: ROBINSON'S EXPLOITS TRIGGER WASHINGTON'S RESURGENCE
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BEARS STRUGGLING IN DEATH'S WAKE
  • The Seattle PI: LIFE SWEET FOR UW AFTER RARE SWEEP

    Thursday, January 29, 2004

  • Arizona Republic: HUSKIES' COACH WARY OF THIS SEASON'S CATS
  • Arizona Republic: ASU'S MOORE SET TO SEE OLD FRIEND
  • Eugene Register-Guard: YOUTH MOVEMENT: IT'S THE SEASON OF THE FRESHMAN IN THE PAC-10
  • LA Times: USC'S FARMER JUST LOVES IT AT PAULEY
  • Seattle Times: CONROY STANDS GUARD AGAINST PAC-10'S BEST
  • Seattle Times: UW WOMEN HOPE TO CHASE 'AWAY' BLUES
  • Seattle Times: THE PAC-10 AT MIDSEASON: IT'S ALL ABOUT R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    Wednesday, January 28, 2004

  • San Jose Mercury News: CARDINAL ENJOYS CHALLENGE OF CLOSE GAMES
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TROJANS FAILING TO MUSCLE IN ON BRUINS' TERRITORY
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HOWLAND WANTS FOCUS ON TEAM
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: READY 'N' WILLING

    Tuesday, January 27, 2004

  • The Seattle PI: '05 UW OPENER AT SEAHAWKS STADIUM
  • Seattle Times: AIR FORCE MOVING '05 GAME TO SEATTLE
  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS LEAD NATION WITH NBA-LIKE SCORING

    Monday, January 26, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: POST-GAME SILENCE SAYS UA RESPECTS UO ASPECTS
  • Oregonian: AN UP AND DOWN WEEK FOR DUCKS
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS SHOWING PROMISE

    Friday, January 23, 2004

  • OC Register: USC NOT SURE WHAT TO EXPECT IN CUBA
  • The Spokesman Review: CAL HONORS LEWIS' LEGACY

    Thursday, January 22, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: BRANCHING OUT
  • Arizona Daily Star: TOP GUARD IN THE NATION?
  • Arizona Daily Star: OLSON IS A NET GAIN AT ANY PRICE
  • Arizona Daily Star: JOHN'S PLAN IN PLACE
  • Arizona Daily Star: ASU, WASHINGTON GET FIRST PAC-10 WINS
  • Oregonian: DEADEYE DUCK
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD, UNDEFEATED BUT NOT PERFECT, EXPECTS TO PLAY BETTER
  • San Jose Mercury News: HOWLAND WILL UPGRADE UCLA
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: BRUINS A HOWLAND SURPRISE
  • Tucson Citizen: IMPROVED LUCAS LEADS BEAVERS
  • OC Register: USC'S CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS HAVE THEIR DAY
  • OC Register: NO. 2 STANFORD SOLID EVERYWHERE
  • Contra Costa Times: BEARS BELIEVE THEY'VE TURNED THE CORNER
  • Contra Costa Times: SO JUST HOW GOOD IS THIS CARDINAL TEAM?
  • San Francisco Chronicle: NEW COACH HAS UCLA READY FOR SHOWDOWN WITH STANFORD
  • The Spokesman Review: Q AND A WITH WASHINGTON GUARD NATE ROBINSON
  • The Oakland Tribune: TEAMMATES EXPRESS SORROW

    Wednesday, January 21, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: WILDCATS DEPRIVED OF TREAT FIND OTHER PLACE TO EAT
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HOLLINS TO START VS. STANFORD
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: HE HAS TO GROW UP
  • The Seattle PI: SPORTS STAR NOMINEE: STATS SPEAK FOR DUNNING
  • The Seattle PI: CAL PLAYER'S SUDDEN DEATH SENDS RIPPLES THROUGH PAC-10
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: DICK CREWS

    Tuesday, January 20, 2004

  • The Spokesman Review: G-PREP GRAD ALISA LEWIS DEAD AT 20
  • The Seattle PI: SPORTS STAR NOMINEE: MENDIOLA TOOK THE LEAD FOR UW
  • The Oakland Tribune: CAL HOOPS PLAYER DIES SUDDENLY
  • USA Today: CAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER DIES OF APPARENT MENINGITIS
  • Tucson Citizen: DEALING WITH EMOTION A MAJOR FACTOR IN BUILDING A CONSISTENT TEAM
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS' POLK CLOSING IN ON GRAND ACHIEVEMENT

    Friday, January 16, 2004

  • OC Register: UCLA WILL RETURN TO NCAA TOURNEY
  • Contra Costa Times: KEY LEARNING A NEW GAME AT CAL
  • Contra Costa Times: STANFORD PAIR SHARE PAIN AND LOVE ON ROD TO RECOVERY
  • San Francisco Chronicle : FACT: STANFORD REALLY IS THIS GOOD--BUT CAN IT RUN THE TABLE?
  • San Francisco Chronicle: BEARS ARE BETTER, BUT HOW MUCH?
  • The Seattle PI: MYERS GLAD TO BE BACK WITH HUSKIES
  • The Oakland Tribune: IMPROVED CAL CHALLENGES STANFORD

    Thursday, January 15, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: 2ND PLACE AT STAKE FOR CATS
  • Tucson Citizen: WILDCATS COMFORTABLE IN BULL'S-EYE
  • Tucson Citizen: CARDINAL CENTER LIGHTER, BETTER
  • San Francisco Chronicle: DETERMINED TO SUCCEED
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: SHE'S STILL IN THE GAME
  • The Tacoma News Tribune: PAC-10 THICK WITH COACHING TALENT
  • The Seattle PI: COUGS GO RETRO UNDER BENNETT
  • The Seattle PI: CONROY LEADING HUSKIES BY EXAMPLE

    Wednesday, January 14, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: UA FOOTBALL STAFF NEARLY FULL
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS PREACHING PATIENCE
  • Eugene Register-Guard: DUCKS GET ANOTHER SHOT: WAGNER'S OUTSIDE SHOOTING TAKES PRESSURE OFF OREGON'S INSIDE GAME
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OREGON HOPES TO REBOUND BY ADDRESSING FLAW
  • LA Times: USC HAS ITS EYES ON A PAC-10 PRIZE
  • Seattle Times: WASHINGTON TEAMS OPEN AT BACK OF THE PAC
  • The Oakland Tribune: COACH GIVES CARDINAL EARFUL
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA, BONVICINI AGREE ON CONTRACT EXTENSION
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS MOVE UP ASU; NO WORD ON LSU GAME
  • Oregonian: TRAVELING OSU'S MEMORY ROAD OF BLOWOUT LOSSES
  • San Jose Mercury News: RESERVE ROLE NOT A PROBLEM FOR CHILDRESS
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: TOUGH TESTS FOR BRUINS

    Tuesday, January 13, 2004

  • The Tacoma News Tribune: BETTER LATE THAN NEVER: TORMEY RETURNS TO HUSKIES
  • Seattle Times: TORMEY IS OFFICIALLY NAMED TO UW STAFF
  • Seattle Times: WSU REWARDS AD WITH FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION
  • Oregonian: BEAVERS CONSIDER SCHEDULE UPGRADE
  • San Jose Mercury News: STANFORD'S CLIMB UP RANKS SHOULD SHOCK NO ONE

    Monday, January 12, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: TOO EARLY TO COUNT OUT CATS
  • Tucson Citizen: SET SIGHTS ON PAC-10 TURNEY

    Friday, January 9, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: 'DOUBLE-S' SIZZLING WITH CONFIDENCE
  • Tucson Citizen: CATS HAVE HITTERS, NEED PITCHING STAFF
  • The Spokesman Review: WSU WILL MAKE IT TOUGH ON THE PAC-10

    Thursday, January 8, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: LONG-RANGE CENTER
  • Tucson Citizen: PACT KEEPS OLSON 'TIL '09
  • Tucson Citizen: BEARS DOWN AT UA
  • Tucson Citizen: PAC-10 ROAD TRIP KEY FOR WILDCATS
  • OC Register: USC WILL FIGHT ON TO SUSTAIN WINNING
  • OC Register: HOWLAND PLANTS SEEDS OF CHANGE
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CARDINAL WILL HAVE HANDS FULL TRYING TO STOP ASU'S DIOGU
  • San Francisco Chronicle: STANFORD, CAL FACE STERN TESTS
  • San Francisco Chronicle: CHANCELLOR ENDORCES CAL STADIUM FACE-LIFT
  • San Francisco Chronicle: MONTGOMERY HAS TURNED LIMITATIONS INTO ASSETS
  • The Spokesman Review: WASHINGTON STATE SENIORS EARN INVITES TO VARIOUS POSTSEASON BOWL GAMES
  • The Spokesman Review: DEFENSIVE TURNAROUND
  • The Tacoma Tribune: STEWART TWINS RETURN TO SEATTLE
  • The Seattle PI: STEWARTS COMING HOME AS TROJAN HORSES
  • The Seattle PI: BEAVERS' START A HOWELLING SUCCESS
  • The Oakland Tribune: UPGRADE OK'D FOR CAL STADIUM
  • The Oakland Tribune: PAC-10 SHOWDOWN LOOMS
  • Arizona Republic: UA'S IGUADALA A TRIPLE THREAT
  • Arizona Republic: ANGOUNOU'S RETURN MAY LIST DEVILS
  • Arizona Republic: STANFORD, CALIFORNIA PROVIDE EARLY TESTS FOR ASU WOMEN
  • Eugene Register-Guard: OSU'S FOREIGN FRESHMAN PLAYS A BOLD GAME
  • LA Times: TROJANS AWAIT A TWIN PEAK
  • LA Times: COACHES SEEK BCS CHANGES
  • Seattle Times: HUSKIES FACING TWO CRUCIAL GAMES

    Wednesday, January 7, 2004

  • Arizona Daily Star: BEARS LACK LOTS OF POWER, BUT THEY DO HAVE A POWE
  • Arizona Daily Star: STOOPS HIRES 2; THREE OPENINGS ON STAFF REMAIN
  • Oregonian: DUCKS ALREADY SHIFT THEIR FOCUS TO NEXT SEASON
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CURTIS SAYS REDSHIRTING NOT FOR HIM
  • Tucson Citizen: OVERSIGHT BLAMED IN MISSED TRIPLE-DOUBLE
  • OC Register: STEWARTS NOT SPEECHLESS ABOUT SEATTLE
  • OC Register: UCLA'S RUBIN EMERGES WITH MORE CONFIDENCE
  • Contra Costa Times: STADIUM FACE LIFT PLANNED AT CAL
  • The Seattle PI: UW'S ROBINSON OVERCOMES LOSS OF HIS SHOT, HIS STARTING JOB, AND HIS OWN DOUBTS
  • The Seattle PI: NIGERIAN HELPS COUGARS WIN RARE PAC-10 GAME ON ROAD
  • The Seattle PI: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: CHRISTIAN WELP
  • The Oakland Tribune: FORMER WALK-ON STARS FOR UCLA

    Tuesday, January 6, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: RECORD WITHIN REACH
  • Tucson Citizen: UA'S HIRING OF STOOPS RATED BEST IN NATION
  • OC Register: ONE FOR THE NUMB
  • LA Times: USC ACCEPTS CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA MARK FOR WINS IS NEWS TO OLSON
  • Arizona Daily Star: UA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
  • Long Beach Press-Telegram: CARROLL WORKING MAGIC AT USC

    Monday, January 5, 2004

  • Tucson Citizen: UA JUNIORS THROTTLE ASU
  • Tucson Citizen: FIERY OLSON MAKES POINT WITH VICTORY
  • OC Register: CAL FINDING GROWING PAINS CAN BE TOUGH
  • Contra Costa Times: YOUTH EQUALS INCONSISTENCY FOR BEARS
  • Contra Costa Times: ROBINSON KEEPS STANFORD ON TOP
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