Roundup: ASU trying to keep an edge
What’s this – a Pac-12 men’s basketball game on a Tuesday night? Get your popcorn ready for Arizona State at Oregon (8 p.m. PT, FOX Sports 1), and ASU basketball players are trying to keep an “edge” with all the NCAA tournament speculation and projections happening around this time of year.
The Utes travel to the Bay Area to finish out the regular season, and the Utes have a singular focus on the Golden Bears. Wednesday at 8 p.m. PT on ESPNU for all the fun from Berkeley.
The Buffs have struggled as of late, but Tad Boyle believes his young Colorado team can put the losses behind it. Buffs at Stanford Wednesday night.
With the last week of the Pac-12 men’s hoops regular season upon us, Andrew Murawa of Rush the Court gives us a nice reflection on the senior Wear twins at UCLA.
As one would expect, Mike Moser was named Pac-12 Player of the Week after putting up averages of 16 points and 16 rebounds in the wins over UCLA and USC.
A whole lot of coaches don’t like the proposed sub rule in college football, and RichRod poked fun at it in this hilarious “Speed” parody. Gotta love RichRod – don’t let Matt Dudek slow you down!
How’s about some golfing news from The Farm? Mariah Stackhouse was named Pac-12 Women’s Golfer of the Month for February, while Patrick Rodgers is turning pro and will return to school at some point to finish his degree.
In women’s gymnastics news, Cal lost to Stanford 196.750-196.025 Monday on The Farm. On the bright side, it was the fourth time this season Cal has gone 196 or better, a first in program history.
Spring practice starts Tuesday in Seattle, and the Huskies will go with two quarterbacks in the spring: Jeff Lindquist and Troy Williams. No more Keith Price, and Cyler Miles is suspended indefinitely.
Former Beaver Jared Cunningham has bounced around the NBA and D-League a bit in his first two years as a pro, and Cunningham is hoping to sign with an NBA team this week. Cunningham was waived by the Atlanta Hawks in February.
So Lane Kiffin sold his Manhattan Beach house for $6.5 million, which is $1 million more than he paid for it, reports Scott Wolf.
CougCenter lets us know that Deone Bucannon’s NFL draft stock is improving, and that’s a good thing.