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 Pac-12 Conference has released television selections for football games to be played Thursday, Oct. 31, Friday, Nov. 1 and Saturday, Nov. 2, including contests on Pac-12 Networks, the ESPN family of networks and FOX. TV networks and kick-off times are as follows:
[Related: 2013 Pac-12 football schedule]
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.
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:
The Pac-12 Conference has released television selections for football games to be played Saturday, Oct. 26, including contests on Pac-12 Networks, the ESPN family of networks and FOX. TV networks and kick-off times are as follows:
AT&T U-verse subscribers now have full access to the Pac-12 Now app and live streams of all seven Pac-12 Networks channels.
ASU's Jahii Carson will team up with Jermaine Marshall to power the uptempo Sun Devil offense.
Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller talks about the wealth of inexperienced talent the 'Cats have heading into the 2013-14 season.
J.T. Terrell ready for (another) new coach in Andy Enfield.