Roundup: Kenny Wooten swats Oregon to victory again
Another game, another game-saving blocked shot for Kenny Wooten, as his swat of Sedrick Barefield at the horn preserved a 68-66 Oregon victory over Utah in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals Thursday night.
And then there were four. Doug Haller gives us a recap of Arizona’s 83-67 “scrappy” triumph over Colorado.
Read Kurt Kragthorpe’s article on Oregon’s continued dominance of Utah in the Pac-12 Tournament. The Ducks have defeated the Utes four times in Las Vegas over the last six years.
Aaron Holiday scored 34 points to lead UCLA to an 88-77 win over Stanford to set up a semifinal date with Arizona Friday night, and Joey Kaufman recaps all the fun in the preceding link.
Our Ashley Adamson caught up with USC’s Chimezie Metu following the Trojans’ 61-48 win over Oregon State Thursday night. Metu went for 22 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks.
Dan Bickley opines that the future is bright for Arizona State men’s basketball despite the rough ending to this season thus far.
NCAA tourney likely out of the picture, Percy Allen dives into Washington’s NIT projections. Looks like the Dawgs can be anywhere from a No. 3 to a No. 5 seed.
Cal men’s basketball is looking ahead to the 2018-19 after a historically bad 8-24 campaign. Rusty Simmons discusses some of the stats that, well, aren’t so hot.
History is going down on Friday with the playing of the first-ever Pac-12 women’s lacrosse game between Stanford and Colorado, and Jim Cowsert of US Lacrosse Magazine is here to tell us all about it.
Former Stanford star and four-time Pro Bowl Richard Sherman has been released by the Seattle Seahawks on Friday, NFL.com reports.
Former Oregon State running back Ryan Nall has reportedly met with the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings, Geoffrey C. Arnold of The Oregonian/OregonLive points out.
Chet Broberg of CougCenter lets us know that Washington State hosted 27 NFL teams for its Pro Day on Thursday.