While the CU-Utah rivalry is not the oldest or most continuous in the Pac-12, it's been the most competitive. Saturday's game at Rice-Eccles Stadium will mark the 60th time these two teams have met on the gridiron dating back to 1903.
Just 12 miles apart (though the Rose Bowl is pretty isolated), this rivalry is the closest, geographically, in the conference.
First awarded in 1899, this rivalry trophy is the oldest in college football. While it currently resides in Tempe, RichRod’s Wildcats look to reclaim it on the momentous heels of their upset of Oregon last week. Of course, if the South Division champs have anything to say about it, the Cup ain’t going nowhere.
Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer wins 900th career game as a coach.
UCLA and USC might be playing this week, but there doesn’t appear to be any bad blood on the Bruins' side of things, because Jim Mora picked Ed Orgeron for Pac-12 Coach of the Year.
When you click on the Stanford women’s basketball archives page on GoStanford.com, the first thing you see is the list of accomplishments produced by the squad over the years: 22 Pac-12 regular-season titles (including 13 in a row), 27 NCAA postseason showings (26 in a row), 20 Sweet 16 appearances (six straight), 16 Elite Eights, 11 Final Fours, four national championship game appearances, and, most importantly, two national titles.
UCLA football coach Jim Mora light-heartedly explains that his obsession with USC receiver Marqise Lee does not border on stalking during Tuesday's Pac-12 coaches teleconference.
Oregon cross country runner Edward Cheserek talks about winning the men's individual title at the NCAA Championships with Statisfaction host Ryan McGrady.
Arizona State football is now battling primetime hype after securing a spot in the 2013 Pac-12 Football Championship Game against Stanford.
Stanford won the Pac-12 North, while Arizona State has clinched the Pac-12 South. Below is an overview of where various media outlets are projecting Pac-12 teams will go when bowl season arrives. As a reminder, here is 2013 bowl selection order for the Pac-12:
1. Rose Bowl
2. Other BCS Bowls
3. Alamo Bowl
4. Holiday Bowl
5. Sun Bowl
6. Las Vegas Bowl
7. Fight Hunger Bowl
8. New Mexico Bowl