Roundup: Can Colorado earn NCAA bid without Dinwiddie?
Really unfortunate news out of Boulder: Spencer Dinwiddie’s season is over after an MRI showed an ACL injury that he suffered against Washington. With him done for the year, Jeff Eisenberg wonders if Colorado can still earn an NCAA bid.
Congrats to former USC big man Dewayne Dedmon for signing a 10-day contract with the Philadelphia 76ers in what will be his second stint in the NBA this season (he also played with Golden State earlier this season).
Ted Miller takes time to consider Arizona post-Ka’Deem Carey after the gifted running back declared for the NFL draft.
Arizona State’s Carl Bradford has declared for the NFL draft as well after it seemed like he would stay for his senior season.
Good news for Mike Montgomery and friends: Cal frosh Jabari Bird is likely to return against Washington on Wednesday after returning to practice Monday.
Stanford football is ranked ninth in Yahoo! Sports’ too-early top 10 for 2014.
Let’s take a look at some of the best YouTube moments in Washington State basketball history. Taylor Rochestie gets my vote.
In the women’s Civil War Tuesday night, freshman Gabby Hanson scored a career-high 19 points and Ruth Hamblin recorded a triple-double (23 points, 12 rebounds, 10 blocks) as Oregon State beat Oregon 84-70. That’s now seven straight wins for the Beavs over the Quacks.
It’s official: Oregon has named Don Pellum as its new defensive coordinator. Pellum has 23 years of coaching experience with the Ducks. Well-deserved promotion here.
Former UCLA men’s soccer assistant Eddie Soto has been named the head coach at the University of San Francisco. He was an assistant in Westwood for eight years.
After shooting just 10 percent from downtown combined in road losses to Washington and Washington State last weekend, the Utes are searching for answers to their offensive woes.
On his weekly radio show, Washington head coach Lorenzo Romar said “we can be very successful this year.” The Dawgs are 3-1 in conference play after a sluggish non-conference slate.
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