We're asking the fans for their opinion ranking the top moments of 2014-15 before The 12 Best: Moments of the Year debuts Monday, July 9 at 7 p.m. PT/8 p.m. MT.
Longtime Colorado football broadcaster Larry Zimmer will make 2015 his last season in the booth for the Buffaloes.
A pair of UCLA men's basketball alums got big paydays Wednesday with Kevin Love signing a contract worth $110 million with the Cavaliers and Arron Affalo inking a $16 million deal with the Knicks.
Oregon Ducks football will play Auburn at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas in 2019 the school announced Tuesday.
Eight from the Pac-12 are headed to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup championship after a 2-0 win over Germany on Tuesday in Montreal.
Is Marshawn Lynch the single most GIF-able athlete in the world right now?
Last night's appearance on Conan might cement that title.
If you missed it, the Cal Bears star and Super Bowl champion was on the popular show last night, and during his interview, Conan O'Brien asked him if it was his dream to dive backwards into a giant pile of Skittles, much like he does when he gets into the end zone. After a little coaxing, magic happened:
Cal's Missy Franklin took home the Honda Cup Monday night in Los Angeles, an annual award given to the nation's top female collegiate athlete. She'll spend the next year training for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Missy Franklin capped her sophomore year at California in fine fashion Monday in Los Angeles, taking home the 2015 Honda Cup award to the national Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year.
Ever since the end of the 2014-15 athletic season, we've been sharing our favorite moments and memories of the past season with the hashtag #pac12summer on Facebook and Twitter.
Now, it's time for you to share yours.
We know you're headed to some amazing places around the world this summer. And we know you'll be showing your school pride wherever you go.
So when you do, take a picture and share it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #pac12summer. We'll feature our favorites all summer long!
Undrafted Pac-12 alums Chasson Randle and DaVonté Lacy will still get a chance at the NBA after signing with the Summer League teams for the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers, respectively.