Roundup: Sun Devils top Stanford in Maples
Arizona State women’s basketball won at Stanford for the first time in 31 years, defeating the Cardinal 60-57. The Sun Devils are 17-1 (best start in school history, mind you) and 6-0 in Pac-12 play, doin’ some serious work right about now.
Big dub for the Beavs Monday, as Jamie Weisner scored 26 points to lead Oregon State women’s basketball to a 75-67 win over Washington. The Beavs, like the Forks, are 6-0 in conference.
Former USC football coach Lane Kiffin is a top candidate to be the San Francisco 49ers’ offensive coordinator, reports ESPN.
There's a petition for Oregon to retire Marcus Mariota's number. As Nick Bromberg of Yahoo Sports notes, Oregon football has never retired a number.
Former Washington State linebacker Darryl Monroe is transferring to Akron and will be eligible to play immediately via the graduate transfer rule, per the Orlando Sentinel.
Colorado basketball player Xavier Johnson is suspended for Thursday’s game against Washington for an off-the-court incident. He sprained his ankle a couple of weeks ago and is now expected to make his return Saturday against the Cougs.
Sonny Dykes announced Monday that Brandon Jones is the new Cal football run game coordinator and offensive line coach. He spent the last five seasons as the O-line coach at East Carolina.
John Marshall of the Associated Press writes that No. 7 Arizona men’s basketball is finding its stride as it gets into the thick of conference play. Impressive wins over Utah and Colorado last weekend for the ‘Cats.
Stanford basketball guard Chasson Randle is the CBSSports.com Player of the Week after averaging 24 points per game in wins over Cal and UConn at home.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley is one of 10 NFL draft early entrants who have graduated, reports Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News. Marcus Mariota is another one of those 10.
According to a Utah Policy poll, 87 percent of Utahns think Utah and BYU should play every year. The people have spoken.
Here’s a season review of Washington football from Ted Miller. Good ol’ Uncle Ted.