The fall season may have wound down a couple months ago, but it lives on for the Pac-12 Networks.
The networks have launched a “12 Best” series that consists of six episodes that review the fall of 2012. The series continues Monday night with “The 12 Best Men’s Soccer Matches of 2012” at 7 p.m.
It was a bustling Friday afternoon around Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis despite the fact that the NFL offseason is only a few weeks old. That, of course, means only one thing: the NFL Combine is under way. Though interviews, weigh-ins, medical tests and a number of other things had started two days earlier, workouts officially began Friday with offensive linemen and tight ends doing the bench press.
With the "Harlem Shake" being all the craze in the Pac-12, Pac-12 Networks host Mike Yam chatted with Colorado men's basketball coach Tad Boyle to discuss the story behind the "Mills Shake." He also provides insight into his son's dance performances at games. Video:
Tuesday night in Tucson, Arizona senior Davellyn Whyte did something no other Arizona women's basketball player had ever done since the program's inception in 1972: achieve the elusive triple-double. The guard racked up 31 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists in a double-overtime loss to archrival Arizona State on the Pac-12 Networks.
Hosts Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson recap another wild week in Pac-12 hoops and prepare you for this week's NFL Combine.
First, former Trojan and San Francisco 49er Ronnie Lott discusses the ins and outs of the combine. He describes what it was like joining the NFL and reveals what current players need to do to prepare for the event. The former football player, who loves to dance, also shares his current obsession with the "Harlem Shake."