Oregon State men's basketball topped Utah on a last-second foul.
One of the nation's top women's soccer programs keeps finding ways to get stronger.
The UCLA Bruins made waves during Wednesday's National Signing Day when they inked Mallory Pugh, the nation's No. 1 recruit, to a letter of intent.
Here's the random Pac-12 tidbits that came up on Wednesday, Feb. 3 during 2016 National Signing Day.
USC and UCLA came out on top in the Pac-12 on National Signing Day.
Utah's Kyle Whittingham went back down under to replace Australian punter Tom Hackett with another Aussie, Mitch Wishonwsky via Santa Barbara City College.
Washington State tweeted dabbing photos of Cougar recruits on 2016 National Signing Day. Mike Leach learned was dabbing was.
On National Signing Day, recruit Christian Hill brings military experience to Arizona State.
Arizona's Rich Rodriguez isn't a fan of the hoopla of National Signing Day.
In an era when almost every sports fan -- and almost every recruit -- is plugged into social media nearly 24/7, athletics programs across the nation have stepped up their games when it comes to National Signing Day.
But in 2016, our 12 Pac-12 schools went above and beyond to announce their list of football signees.
Here's a look at how the announcements were made from each Pac-12 outpost:
- Arizona Football
- Arizona State Football
- California Football
- Colorado Football
- Oregon Football
- Oregon State Football
- Stanford Football
- UCLA Football
- USC Football
- Utah Football
- Washington Football
- Washington State Football
- Arizona State
- Oregon State
- Washington State