Pac-12 women's basketball players and coaches shed their game faces to take take a a few groups shots at Thursday's Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day in San Francisco.
At Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day, Oregon women's basketball coach Paul Westhead said returning injured players will be key for the Ducks this season.
Oregon football De'Anthony Thomas expects to plays vs. UCLA, while Arizona's Rich Rodriguez makes a surprising cameo with UA mascot Wilbur in Thursday's link roundup.
It's been a productive first year for the Pac-12 Networks. 550 live events were produced at 12 universities in six different states, including many sports that had never before been televised. From the first women's soccer match in August of 2012 to the last baseball game in June of 2013, six regional networks and one national network provided unprecedented coverage of The Conference of Champions in innovative new ways. As Pac-12 Networks embarks on coverage of its second academic year, take a look at some of the excerpts from our first broadcast season.
Colorado's Mike MacIntyre explains why Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey makes his head spin during the Oct. 22 Pac-12 football coaches teleconference call.
Washington remembers former football coach Don James, Stanford has a lucky weekend and Oregon State continues its In-N-Out tradition in Tuesday's link roundup.
The social media week got interactive as #pac12hoops Media Day fielded questions from fans for players and coaches. The event was a success and served as the basketball season's tip-off. Beyond that, we had plenty of goings on in the social world as we get a locker room peek, some team spirit and more. The week:
So much news to get to after a busy, busy weekend. Where do we start? With the first BCS rankings of the year, which has four Pac-12 teams in the top 25. Oregon is behind Alabama and Florida State at No. 3, Stanford is No. 6, UCLA is No. 12 and Oregon State is No. 25.