Washington State coach Mike Leach reveals his knowledge of everything from "Breaking Bad" to the history of Geronimo.
Congratulations to Austin Seferian-Jenkins for winning the John Mackey Award, which goes to the nation’s top tight end in college football.
One day into his tenure as UW's football coach and Chris Petersen is already getting questions about beating Oregon, while newly-minted No. 1 Arizona men's basketball faces tough tests this week.
The Arizona men’s basketball team is No. 1 in the country. We haven’t been able to utter such words in a decade.
Let’s spare you the price of gas or Apple stock on March 10, 2003, the last time Arizona was atop the AP or coaches’ poll. But frankly, for such a high-profile program, you would have thought that somewhere between then and now the Wildcats would have received the most first-place votes in one of those polls.
Washington head football coach Chris Petersen has been on the job only hours, but already the question is being asked: How will he beat Oregon?
Washington is holding a press conference Monday at 12 p.m. PT to introduce its new head football coach, Chris Petersen. Petersen comes to Seattle by way of Boise, Id., where he put together a 92-12 record in eight years as the head coach of the Boise State Broncos. He collected five conference titles, two BCS bowl berths and two Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year awards during his tenure.
Nine Pac-12 teams were selected to bowl games to cap the 2013 college football season, and the official invitations and acceptances were finalized Sunday afternoon.