The week in social media photos: Dec. 16 - 23
It may have been finals week and the schedule slowed some, but that doesn't mean the social space got any less interesting! We've got arcade games and a pep rally and the start of bowl season and a homecoming. It's always a good time to be a Pac-12 fan. The week:
Dad's home and it comes as a big surprise for his family. Love the holidays.
— Beaver Athletics (@beaverathletics) December 19, 2013
Speaking of holidays, these guys will be spending a portion of theirs in paradise.
Be sure to dust off your holiday sweater Sunday for our "Ugly Holiday Sweater" contest (4pm vs Weber State). http://t.co/pxFcTWG15r
— UCLA Basketball (@UCLAMBB) December 21, 2013
Sure, it says there's going to be a "contest," but I think Kyle wins.
I love the first, second, third podium. I want to implement that across all sports. It's so olympic.
— WSUCougFootball (@wsucougfb) December 19, 2013
Before taking on Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl, the Cougars hit the arcade for some pop-a-shot.
— ASU Women's BBall (@SunDevilWBB) December 21, 2013
The Sun Devils celebrated the career of these fine alumni and retired Ryneldi Becenti's number. The fist ever jersey retirement for ASU women's basketball.
Sunday's game against Creighton in Omaha was a homecoming for Cal's David Kravish.
— Stanford Men's Hoops (@stanfordbball) December 16, 2013
The Cardinal dropped in on ESPN's Bristol studios two days before knocking off No. 10 UConn.
— Colorado Basketball (@CUBuffsMBB) December 22, 2013
In Vegas, the Buffs were unable to get the win over Oklahoma State, but they looked fly.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) December 21, 2013
Colorado wasn't the only Pac-12 representative in Vegas this weekend. USC played in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl and won the thing, 45-20.
— Oregon Football (@WinTheDay) December 20, 2013
I can't confirm whether or not these mach uniforms include those expandable wings. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if they were a feature.
The season is over but the awards are not; ladies and gents, your 2013 ACVA NCAA Player of the Year, Krista Vansant! pic.twitter.com/uB81tMpiFX
— UW Volleyball (@UWVolleyball) December 20, 2013
Despite falling to Penn State in the national semi-final, there's still reason to celebrate in Dawg women's volleyball nation.