Roundup: Arizona's Allonzo Trier breaks silence about suspension
ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman shed some light on the suspension of Arizona star Allonzo Trier on Wednesday, reporting that the sophomore failed a drug test for performance-enhancing drugs earlier in the season. Trier confirmed the report later on Wednesday by making a statement, via a press release from Arizona Athletics.
Dana Altman has low-key been one of the top hoops coaches in the nation while building up Oregon's program in Eugene. On Thursday night, the Ducks have a chance to set a new school record with 15 consecutive wins, as detailed by Steve Mims of The Eugene Register-Guard.
Want a closer look at the UCLA Bruins men's basketball team? Take a week-long trip behind the scenes with the Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins, who profiled the high-flying, star-studded team.
By the end of the 2016 football season, USC and Washington had established themselves as the Pac-12's top powerhouses. Ted Miller of ESPN.com details why the future looks bright for the Conference of Champions with these two programs in the driver's seat.
The Sun Devils better get their dancing shoes ready. After watching the ASU women's basketball team improve since a rough start in November, ESPN.com's Michelle Voepel writes that the Sun Devils are poised to make a deep run during March Madness.
The Cal football team is entering a new era with the recent hire of head coach Justin Wilcox. ESPN.com's Kyle Bonagura takes a look at three key questions facing the Golden Bears in 2017.
B.G. Brooks of CUBuffs.com profiles the Colorado women's basketball team and what the team needs to do to snap out of a recent funk, as the Buffs have lost five of six in Pac-12 play.
The Oregon State women's basketball team might be 5-1 in Pac-12 play so far, but there's still room to improve for coach Scott Rueck's bunch. Gina Mizell of The Oregonian explains how the Beavers need to step up their production in the fourth quarter.
The Red Rocks might have lost super sophomore Sabrina Schwab to injury, but are still soaked in swag, writes Lya Wodraska of the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Washington men's basketball team bounced back from a 15-point halftime deficit to top Colorado in overtime on Wednesday. Check out highlights from the victory, as freshman Markelle Fultz dropped a career-high 37 points to pace the Huskies.
Tennis season is right around the corner for the Conference of Champions. Vytas Mazeika of the San Jose Mercury News profiles Stanford sophomore Melissa Lord heading into the new season.
Get to know New Zealand native and Washington State track and field athlete Greer Alsop with this video profile via WSUCougars.com.
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