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.
Which play do you think was best for Feb. 10-17? View the highlights, then vote and be heard.
Saying that one of UCLA's most attractive graduates was in attendance for Friday night's women's basketball game may sound like a biased opinion. But in the case of Nana Meriwether, it's a verified fact. Last December, the former UCLA volleyball player was crowned Miss USA 2012. During halftime of the Bruins' 79-51 loss to Cal, Meriwether explained how the pressure of playing middle blocker compared to competing for the Miss USA crown.
The Duck, Swoop, Benny the Beaver, Butch T. Cougar, Joe Bruin and the Buffs' men's basketball team are a diverse group with a common interest: the "Harlem Shake." Each created a version of the newest viral dance video this week, ranging from a University of Utah library to the Buffs' practice floor.
Check out the Pac-12 dance stars in "Harlem Shake" action here:
Stanford All-America pitcher Mark Appel had chosen education over professional baseball before -- Appel was drafted out of high school by the Detroit Tigers in the 15th round of the 2009 MLB Draft but decided to pursue an education and baseball career at Stanford instead.
Despite this precedent, Appel's decision to turn down turning pro a second time still felt like a shock.
SEATTLE -- Only Bill Walton would be able to cover as much ground in an 80-minute speaking engagement as he did on Wednesday.
Bob Dylan, John Wooden, Lorenzo Romar, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, leprechauns, The Grateful Dead, TV deals, and Brandon Roy were just a few of the topics that Walton touched on in front of about 100 University of Washington students, when the #WaltonOnWheels tour made stop 7 of 9 in Seattle. Walton has been traveling via tour bus (which he speaks very highly of) to Pac-12 schools up and down the west coast.
Former Stanford hooper and current Pac-12 Networks analyst Ros Gold-Onwude joins host Ashley Adamson for this edition of The Pac-12 Podcast. Ashley talks to Ros about her trip to Super Bowl XLVII and being a part of Beyonce's halftime performance, as well as an interesting encounter with Snoop Dogg. Then, Ros breaks down the current state of Pac-12 men's and women's hoops and who could be dancing in March. Cal men's basketball player Allen Crabbe and Colorado women's basketball player Chucky Jeffery also join to share their thoughts about being named Pac-12 Players of the Week.
Eight is the lucky number for Stanford Sunday night with Chiney Ogwumike picking up her eighth double-double in a row as the Cardinal blows past Arizona State 69-45 for Stanford's eighth consecutive win.