Roundup: Oregon knocks off UCLA in thriller
Miss the crazy game last night? Check out this 3-minute highlight package of Oregon men’s basketball upsetting UCLA 89-87 on a near-buzzer-beating 3-pointer from Dillon Brooks to hand the Bruins their first loss. What a game.
Utah outlasted Indiana 26-24 in the Foster Farms Bowl Wednesday night, and Kurt Kragthorpe provides us with this article on Andy Phillips coming through with the game-winning field goal, as his 27-yarder with 1:24 left put the Utes ahead for good. A fitting way to end his collegiate career.
Danny Moran recaps Oregon State men’s basketball’s 70-63 loss to No. 22 USC to open conference play. The loss drops the Beavs to 4-10 on the season.
The Alamo Bowl is Thursday night, and Yogi Roth breaks down the Colorado-Oklahoma State game in this video. The Cowboys have a legit offense; defensively? Not so much.
Bruce Pascoe reports that Arizona basketball guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright might return for the Pac-12 opener at Cal. He has been out the last four weeks with a high-ankle sprain.
Writing for Al.com, Michael Casagrande tells the folks in Alabama that the Washington football team feels people outside the conference have the wrong perception of Pac-12 football.
Our very own Alex Espinoza writes about how Sam Darnold’s maturation has helped USC get to the Rose Bowl. The redshirt freshman spurred quite the turnaround in Troy.
Josiah Destin of House of Sparky says Arizona State fans need to be patient with Bobby Hurley and the men’s basketball team. It ain’t easy climbing the conference ladder.
After helping her team to an undefeated mark in non-league play, Cal point guard Asha Thomas is ready for Pac-12 play, writes Rusty Simmons. Thomas is connecting on 48 percent of her 3-point attempts this year, a whopping number.
No. 10 UCLA women's basketball opens Pac-12 play at home against unbeaten Utah Friday night, and click on the link to read the game notes.
Jon Wilner writes that the Sun Bowl is an opportunity to glimpse into the future of Stanford football. Running back Bryce Love will be featured heavily with Christian McCaffrey sitting out, and maybe the Cardinal will chuck the pigskin around a little more than usual as well.
John Blanchette of The Spokesman-Review says the Holiday Bowl loss to Minnesota topped off the “worst best season” for Washington State football. Pretty entertaining read here.