Roundup: Washington LB Azeem Victor likely out for season
Adam Jude reports that Washington linebacker Azeem Victor is likely out for the rest of the season after having surgery for a fracture in his right leg. However, it sounds like he will be returning for his senior season, according to The Seattle Times.
Clay Fowler of the Los Angeles Daily News features UCLA men’s basketball point guard Lonzo Ball, who has helped revive the attitude and expectations of the team. Dude is a dime-dropper.
The 11th-ranked Stanford women’s basketball team defeated No. 8 Texas 71-59 behind a career-high 28 points from Brittany McPhee. Tara’s team is now 2-0 on the season.
I forgot to mention Monday that Washington State receiver Gabe Marks is the new Pac-12 all-time leader in career receptions, and Jacob Thorpe tells us how Marks made sure he kept the ball that put him over the top of former Buff Nelson Spruce.
Former Oregon athletics director Pat Kilkenny says that Phil Knight has not offered $10 million for a new football coach at Oregon, contrary to what the rumor mill has been spitting out (USA TODAY Sports).
Oregon State’s Tres Tinkle was named Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Player of the Week after posting back-to-back double-doubles to open the season and scoring a career-high 26 against UTSA.
Check out the highlights from Colorado men’s basketball’s 67-55 win over Seattle, a game in which the Buffs’ Xavier Johnson scored his 1,000th career point.
Dirk Facer of the Deseret News writes that Utah football is on a mission to win the Pac-12 South. If the Utes win out, they book themselves a trip to Santa Clara.
Cal quarterback Davis Webb took the blame for the Golden Bears’ loss to Washington State, notes Rusty Simmons. That’s kind of him, but Webb wasn’t on the field when the Cougs dropped 56 on the Cal defense…
Here’s the Conquest Chronicles preview of the USC-UCLA football game. It’s the final conference game of the season for the Trojans, who are still alive in the Pac-12 South (but won’t be any more if the Buffs and Utes both win next weekend).
In the linked video provided to us by The Arizona Republic, Arizona State Todd Graham says he is “fired up” to play Washington.
Arizona Desert Swarm takes a look at the week ahead for Arizona men’s basketball. Low-major schools CSU Bakersfield and Sacred Heart head to Tucson this week.
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