Roundup: Another double-double for Chiney Ogwumike
Chiney Ogwumike has been absolutely unstoppable this season, and her performance in Stanford's 80-56 win at Arizona State Monday was no exception. Here is a postgame interview with Ogwumike after her 13th double-double (30 points, 16 rebounds).
That was the last game of a tripleheader on the Pac-12 Networks on MLK Day; the opener was a 66-63 squeaker for UCLA over Oregon State. After the game, Atonye Nyingifa talked about “passion plays,” as head honcho Cori Close calls ‘em.
And last but not least, Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray led No. 19 Cal to a 79-64 win over Arizona. Boyd dropped in 24 to go along with five boards, seven dimes and four thefts, while Gray added 20 points and 12 rebounds (second double-double of the weekend, yo).
It might have been hard to fathom this just last year, but Washington State women’s basketball is on the bubble in Charlie Creme’s latest NCAA women’s hoops bracketology update. Heck of a job done by June Daugherty in the Palouse.
Adam Butler is starting to become somewhat of a #roundupregular here, and when he writes about things like Utah’s signature win over UCLA last weekend, it’s easy to see why.
The Ducks are searching for positives after the Civil War loss to Oregon State, writes Andrew Greif. Four straight losses have put their tourney hopes in early jeopardy, but still plenty of time to right the ship. Big one at Washington on Thursday for the Quacks.
Speaking of the Dawgs, Jeremy Fowler of CBS Sports believes that Washington football made the best coaching hire by taking Chris Petersen in his “Coaching Changes Daily” column.
Unfortunately there is no video of this happening, so a picture will have to suffice of former USC head coach and current Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin singing “Sweet Home Alabama” at Nick Saban’s house.
ESPN’s Pac-12 Blog says Ka’Deem Carey had one of the top performances of 2013 when he rushed for 206 yards and four touchdowns in a blowout of Oregon, and it’s very hard to disagree with that.
Arizona State sand volleyball announced its schedule for its inaugural season today, so let’s take a look at it. It all starts on March 1 with the Maroon and Gold Scrimmage at 1 p.m. MT.
With a long offseason ahead of him, Mike MacIntyre is focusing on building strength for the Buffs.
Three Beaver baseball players were honored as preseason All-Americans by Perfect Game, and they are Michael Conforto, Dylan Davis and Andrew Moore.