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Each week, dozens of live events comprising hundreds of plays air on Pac-12 Networks and elsewhere. At week’s end, we rank the 10 best as seen here.
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LOS ANGELES — Bob Cantu – the longest tenured assistant coach in the Pac-12 – has seen four coaches come and go from USC since he arrived in 2002.
He's hoping his name doesn't get added to the list.
After former coach Kevin O'Neill was fired on Jan. 14, Cantu was the natural choice to fill in as interim coach. Overwhelmed at first, Cantu sought to simplify things.
"My first goal was to take it day by day and try to get prepared for each practice, each shoot-around and each game," he said after Sunday's 75-59 loss to UCLA.
Oregon State's Joe Burton was honored in an emotional ceremony in front of his home crowd before Saturday's game against Cal. To celebrate Joe on Senior Day, the Beavers wore special turquoise Nike N7 campaign jerseys that support his Native American heritage. Here's the emotional moment between coach Craig Robinson and his first recruit:
After a few notable appearances in front of the media and on the field during day one, it was a relatively quiet Saturday for former Pac-12 players at the NFL Combine. That doesn't mean they didn't leave an impression however, as day two marked the conclusion of on-field workouts for offensive linemen, tight end and specialists.
A few news and notes from Saturday's session at Lucas Oil Stadium: