Roundup: Pac-12 represented well in 2015 Super Bowl
There's a good deal of Pac-12 representation in the Super Bowl that'll feature the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks -- we see you Gronk, Beast Mode, Pete Carroll, Richard Sherman and LeGarrette Blount -- but former Husky Jermaine Kearse had the biggest play. His touchdown catch in overtime sealed Seattle's win against Green Bay and also made up for a struggle of a game for Kearse.
Johnny Dawkins' Cardinal basketball team beat the reigning national champion UConn Huskies on Saturday night, leaving UConn coach Kevin Ollie using the word “embarrassing” after Stanford won the rebounding margin by 24, reports the San Francisco Gates' Tom FitzGerald.
Utes head football coach Kyle Whittingham came to an agreement on a revised contract that will keep him in charge through the 2018 season.
There must be something in the Korver genes. UCLA women's basketball guard Kari Korver, the cousin of Atlanta Hawks sharpshooter Kyle Korver, finished with a career-high 23 points as the Bruins dropped the USC Trojans, 71-60, on Sunday.
No. 10 Arizona's 69-51 victory against No. 8 Utah saw Utah's best player, Delon Wright, struggle against the Wildcats' defense, reports the Arizona Daily Star. Meanwhile, UA's guards, T.J. McConnell and Stanley Johnson, each had a half of domination.
The youth of Colorado's football team may have had something to do with the Buffs being pushed around in 2014. But beginning in mid-December, the players were back in the weight room and being pushed by director of sports performance Dave Forman with the goals of becoming a more powerful team next season. Kyle Ringo has more.
California's Reshanda Grey scored 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Cal's women's hoops squad won its 16th-straight game against Arizona.
No surprise here. Tia Presley scored 29 points and Washington State beat the Oregon Ducks, 79-76, on Sunday. She added six steals to the cause.
The Ducks' football recruiting may not be top-15 quality every year, but it's inching closer. Andrew Nemec of The Oregonian breaks down how the 2014 season helped and hurt Oregon in the eyes of high school players.
Oregon State put together another impressive defensive performance against Washington State, holding the Cougs to 29 percent as Beavers guard Langston Morris-Walker scored 22 points in the 62-47 win.
The Trojans' tennis doubles duo of Gabriella DeSimone and Zoe Katz beat the nation's top-ranked doubles duo on Saturday and won again Sunday to advance to the finals of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic in Palm Springs.
Herb Sendek's Sun Devils dropped Colorado for their first Pac-12 win of the year.
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