Roundup: Andrew Andrews drops 47 on UW senior night
Andrew Andrews just decided to drop 47 points on his senior night as the Huskies beat rival Washington State. Neither Andrews nor coach Lorenzo Romar knew he was just two points off the school record set in 1953 until after the game, reports the Seattle Times' Percy Allen.
Dick Vitale named Utah center Jakob Poeltl to his All-Rolls-Royce Second Team. Other Pac-12 members joining Poeltl were Oregon State's Gary Payton II (fourth team) and Arizona's Ryan Anderson (fifth team).
The Beavers' football team will lose a productive member of last year's team. Linebacker Rommel Mageo will transfer to Ole Miss, reports The Oregonian's Gina Mizell. Mageo recorded 87 tackles, two sacks, two forced fumbles and two interceptions in 2015.
In The Arizona Republic, Doug Haller profiles Arizona State basketball assistant Rashon Burno and the obstacles he faced growing up in Jersey City.
John Reid of the San Jose Mercury News says Stanford's Erica “Bird” McCall is peaking at the right time as the Cardinal gets ready for the winner of Colorado and Washington in the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament.
Connor Letourneau preps us for the Cal-Arizona showdown on SFGate.com. The Golden Bears have a chance to sweep the Wildcats for the first time since 1983-84.
At Yahoo! Sports, Jeff Eisenberg put together his best starting five of UCLA greats. Surprise! A guy once known as Lew Alcindor made the cut.
The Pac-12 Tournament will be wild, but there's a case that Arizona's game Thursday against California is more important than most anything the Wildcats can do in Las Vegas, writes Bruce Pascoe in the Arizona Daily Star.
Darian Hagan, the former Buffs quarterback, had remained on the Colorado football team's staff for years, but not until this year did he finally get back on the field as running backs coach, writes CUBuffs.com's B.G. Brooks.
The Ducks found that resiliency (again) to fight through a deficit and beat UCLA in Pauley Pavilion, earning the top seed in the Pac-12 Tournament and setting themselves up to win the conference outright with one more win, reports Tyson Alger in The Oregonian.
A reeling USC squad got back to cookin' from deep to overcome Oregon State, 81-70 on Wednesday, reports Ryan Kartje of the Orange County Register.
Washington State's international recruiting continues to pay off for head coach June Daugherty. Borislava Hristova, from Varga, Bulgaria, made both the All-Pac-12 and All-Pac-12 Freshman teams.
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