Roundup: Chantel Osahor's 30 boards put her in Pac-12 record books
Hey now – Washington women’s basketball forward Chantel Osahor grabbed a Pac-12-record 30 rebounds in the Huskies’ 87-44 thrashing of Washington State. Unreal.
Best of win of the Pac-12 men’s basketball season so far goes to Arizona for taking down UCLA on the road, and Ricky O’Donnell gives us three things we learned from Arizona’s win over UCLA. Ain’t it nice to have Allonzo Trier back in the lineup?
CBS Sports bracketologist Jerry Palm believes that UCLA is not a No. 1 seed after its loss to Arizona. Palm has the Bruins as a No. 3 seed now.
Sam Cooper of Yahoo Sports reports that Oregon will fire assistant football coach David Reaves after his DUI arrest over the weekend. AD Rob Mullens said in a statement that “Reaves has been placed on administrative leave and the process to terminate his employment with cause has commenced.”
Auburn has hired Arizona State’s Chip Lindsey as offensive coordinator, it was announced Saturday afternoon (Yahoo Sports). Lindsey was the OC at ASU for the 2016 season.
Washington State men's basketball edged Colorado in OT on Saturday thanks to a 30-point performance by senior Charles Callison.
Zach Helfand tells us that USC busted out of its shooting slump in its 82-79 win over Arizona State. The Trojans had been last in the Pac-12 in shooting percentage entering the game.
Kyle Goon opines that Utah’s offense has made great strides during Pac-12 play. Larry K’s Runnin’ Utes are shooting a whopping 54 percent in conference play, and that’s a huge reason why they are 5-2 in league action.
Here’s the Pac-12 Networks recap of Oregon State women’s basketball defeating Colorado 81-57. Those Beavs are just as tough as ever.
Speaking of that game, Brian Howell writes that Colorado was “overmatched” in the loss to the 11th-ranked Beavers. So much for that hot start that included a win over Kentucky; the Buffs are just 1-7 in conference play.
It was a rough Sunday for Aaron Rodgers, as his Green Bay Packers got stomped by Atlanta 44-21 in the NFC Championship Game. Following the loss, Rodgers gave his thoughts on the Packers’ future, believing the team needs to “reload,” but not completely overhaul the roster.
David Lombardi gives his season grades for the Stanford football team in 2016. The offense gets a C-, the defense and special teams get an A-.