UCLA linebacker Myles Jack's interception of Utah's Travis Wilson seals the game for the Bruins.
Washington Huskies men's soccer player Michael Harris is a master of the flip-throw.
Week 1 of conference play is in the books, but let’s look back at a neat stat to show how awesome the Pac-12 is this year. The 33 non-conference opponents on Pac-12 schedules have combined for a 78-40 (.661) record to date. (This excludes games played against the Pac-12, and only counts one record for common opponents, i.e., Hawaii, Utah State and Notre Dame). Compared to other BCS conference opponent’s records, no conference can top the Pac-12’s opponents’ winning percentage.
Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison joins Statisfaction to talk about his punt return skills.
Sonny Dykes' Golden Bears trailed Oregon 44-3 at halftime last Saturday in Eugene. So, how does a coach inspire his team when they're seemingly out of the game? Here's an exclusive look at Dykes' halftime speech in the locker room:
Get more unprecedented access to Cal football in tonight's episode of "The Drive" at 7 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks.
Arizona State's Carl Bradford, Deantre Lewis and Jamil Douglas joke with quarterback Taylor Kelly about the recent "Throwback Thursday" image Kelly's father posted to Instagram.
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.