As if the Internet didn't already have enough photos of amazingly handsome and adorable dogs, Monday's celebration of National Puppy Day provided yet another excuse.
This time, we put the Pac-12's fans to work.
We asked our fans and followers of @Pac12Networks to tweet us their photos of their dogs dressed to the nines in team gear, and they responded in resounding fashion.
Which one of the photos below is your favorite?
All we can say about this week's nominees: WOW. Take a look at this week's candidates and vote for the 'Leader of the Pac' before seeing the results on Pac-12 Sports Report at 8 p.m. PT Monday on Pac-12 Networks.
Between three men's Sweet 16 bids, two women's NCAA tournament wins, a dramatic Pac-12 Gymnastics Championship, a perfect game in baseball and a national title in swimming, Saturday was a banner day for the Pac-12.
- Arizona Men's Basketball
- Arizona State Women's Basketball
- California Women's Swimming & Diving
- Oregon State Baseball
- Stanford Women's Basketball
- UCLA Men's Basketball
- Utah Men's Basketball
- Utah Women's Gymnastics
- Arizona State
- Oregon State
- Men's Basketball
- Women's Basketball
- Women's Gymnastics
- Women's Swimming & Diving
- Pac-12 Conference
Cal gymnastics freshman Toni-Ann Williams has had a record-setting season, but it hasn't been easy.
Freshman Drew Rasmussen completed the first perfect game in Oregon State history in Saturday's 3-0 win over Washington State.
Technical difficulties are the last thing you want to deal with at a pressure-packed meet like the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships. But for Washington's Allison Northey, it's no big deal.
Pac-12 men's basketball teams got off to a perfect start Thursday in the second round of the 2015 NCAA men's basketball tournament with wins by Arizona, UCLA and Utah.
Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson introduced "shimmies" to the stat line during Arizona's 93-72 win Thursday over Texas Southern.
Arizona men's basletball has captured both the Pac-12 regular-season and tournament titles this year, but they're still focused on a much larger prize.
President Barack Obama threw his support behind the Arizona Wildcats, picking them to reach the Final Four in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.