Roundup: Can Oregon football stay on top of Pac-12?
In this topsy-turvy world of college football, Chantel Jennings wonders whether or not Oregon can stay on top of the Pac-12 mountain and continue to be the face of the conference.
Speaking of polls, Stanford was picked to win the Pac-12 in women’s basketball, it was announced Wednesday.
David Lombardi takes a look at Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday’s historic season. He is on pace to throw for 5,733 yards through 12 games; the FBS record is 5,833 yards, set by another Mike Leach QB in B.J. Symons of Texas Tech.
Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly told the Arizona Republic that he’s “100 percent,” further evidence that he will most likely be starting against Washington on Saturday.
At Wednesday's 2014-15 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Media Day in San Francisco, USC's Alexyz Vaioletama and coach Cynthia Cooper got bubbly and showed off their fun side with Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam. Let's just say you don't want to challenge the senior forward to any trick games.
The Associated Press writes up a story on UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley learning from his previous on-field mistakes and making adjustments going forward. He has been the most-sacked QB over the last three years.
As Matthew Piper lets us know, Utah running back Devontae Booker is the engine of the Utes’ offense.
Learn the art of the sack with Washington’s Hau’oli Kikaha. Dude has 12.5 of ‘em this year, so I’d take some notes if I were you.
Jeff Faraudo gives us a look at how Cal football matches up with Oregon. Friday night spesh!
Here’s another good nugget from yesterday's media day – Colorado women’s basketball is motivated by the season-ending injury to Arielle Roberson, courtesy of Kevin Zimmerman.
And here’s another tidbit to read about out of Wednesday’s women’s hoops media extravaganza – Oregon State’s Sydney Wiese and her headband have made their mark in Corvallis.
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