Roundup: The strength behind Stanford football
The New York Times profiles Stanford strength and conditioning guru Shannon Turley and his unique approach that's shaped the Cardinal football program.
The Huskies will look different on the sideline and in the backfield next season. Bishop Sankey is off to the NFL.
Oregon sent defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti off into retirement on a winning note in Monday's Alamo Bowl, dropping the Texas Longhorns 30-7. Fitting that Aliotti went to Pittsburg High School because so did Ducks safety Avery Patterson, who picked off the first Texas passing attempt and returned it for a touchdown.
Todd Graham took a bit of blame in the Sun Devils' 37-23 loss to Texas Tech in Monday's Holiday Bowl and called the first half the “worst half of football” ASU played all year – defensively, at least.
It's nice to be No. 1 over the winter break, but the Arizona basketball team would like its stockings to be full of caution rather than exuberance with a full conference schedule ahead.
Cal defensive tackle DeAndre Coleman will play in the East-West Shrine game.
Another East-West Shrine game invite is Colorado defensive end Chidera Uzo-Diribe.
If you like hustle, underdog stories and players that impact the game outside of the box score, Beavers forward Langston Morris-Walker is for you. He has gone from odd-man out to necessity as an energy-inducing influence.
Third-year hoops coach Larry Krystkowiak admits he's a little nervous about entering Pac-12 play.
Remember, kids, don't foul a jump-shooter. Despite a last-second foul on a three-point shooter, the USC Trojan women's hoopers held off UCLA.
UCLA football coach Jim Mora thinks quarterback Brett Hundley will return for his junior season. But after being posed the question and giving it thought, he admitted a return of Hundley requires some hoping, too.
Two familiar WSU Cougars will be a part of Chris Petersen's coaching staff at Washington, which could be awkward. Apple Cup and all.
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