The Pac-12 Networks will not only showcase the premier women’s basketball game of the Pac-12 season Tuesday night. It will be the home of one of the marquee matchups in all of college basketball this season.
The networks will be in Berkeley on Tuesday to broadcast the women’s basketball showdown between No. 5 Stanford and No. 7 Cal. The battle will not only give one team the early upper hand in the conference race, it will have major implications on the national landscape as well.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Before the season, South Florida was exactly where USC wide receiver Marqise Lee wanted to be. The talented sophomore was excited about soaking up the humidity outside, spending time with a Heisman Trophy winner and addressing the media in the lead-up to the BCS National Championship Game.
Thursday seemed like a swan song from the start.
There was a sense of resignation in the the way things would play out with Chip Kelly and the NFL for many around Oregon during their time in Phoenix for the Fiesta Bowl last week. There were glimmers of hope here or there, of course. But most thought the win over Kansas State would be Kelly’s last as coach of the Ducks.
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 Dec. 30 - Jan. 5? View the highlights, then vote and be heard.
In a way, producing a gymnastics broadcast is kind of like producing multiple broadcasts.
There’s not just one thing going on at once. There is no snap at the line of scrimmage, no confrontation between pitcher and batter.
In a gymnastics meet, there are a handful of things going on simultaneously. A star vaulter may be competing at one end of the arena while a top performer on the floor exercise is also going through her routine somewhere else.
One recognizable Oregon fan has come up with a creative plan to attempt to persuade Chip Kelly to stay in the Pacific Northwest. Musician and Eugene native Mat Kearney posted a new song titled "Chip Don't Go" on his YouTube page yesterday. In the description for the video, Kearney says he wrote and recorded the song at home Thursday night during the Ducks' convincing 35-17 win over Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl.
Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson are back for this special edition of the Pac-12 Podcast. Join them as they break down Oregon's Fiesta Bowl win, speculate on Chip Kelly's future and hear 11-year NFL veteran Glenn Parker's take on how the Pac-12 bowl season shook out. Plus, Ashley and Mike go in-depth on the controversy surrounding the ending of the Colorado vs. Arizona basketball game that sparked quite a stir.
GLENDALE, Ariz. - An offensive savant, Chip Kelly loves the art of scoring. The only thing he loves more is winning, but the two have been intertwined during his six seasons at Oregon as a coordinator or head coach.
Kelly has developed the reputation of an offensive mastermind who has revolutionized the college game with his spread attack at a breakneck pace. He tries to score as quickly or creatively as he can each time he steps out onto the field.
Oregon play-by-play man Jerry Allen reflects on the Ducks competing in four straight BCS Bowls and gives his thoughts on the future of Chip Kelly.