Pac-12 play is under way, and Oregon State answered a lot of questions about its legitimacy with an emphatic performance in Tucson. At least one team outside of the league's group of preseason favorites established itself as a dangerous force in the conference race, too. Here's the rundown:
Five Pac-12 teams are in the NCAA Tournament and the dream is alive for making it to Atlanta for the 75th edition of the Final Four. Here's a quick look at where each team ended up and what their path to the title looks like.
Updated at 12:30 p.m. PT The Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament has come and gone and now it's time to turn our attention to the Big Dance -- the NCAA tournament.
Given the depth and quality of the league, it's safe to assume that there will be several more Pac-12 teams headed to the big tourney this year over last season. Here's a look at which conference teams will make the cut and where on the bracket they could end up at.
Oregon (26-8, 12-6 Pac-12)
LAS VEGAS -- The Pac-12 Men's Basketball All-Tournament Team, as voted on by the media who attened the event, is as follows: Jahii Carson (ASU) Jordan Adams (UCLA) Larry Drew II (UCLA) Arsalan Kazemi (Oregon) Damyean Dotson (Oregon) The Tournament's Most Outstanding player is Oregon's Johnathan Loyd.
LAS VEGAS – Oregon saw the Pac-12 regular season title slip through its hands on the final day. The Ducks did no such thing Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena...
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Utah's Georgia Dabritz scores a perfect 10 on the bars and captures the all-around as No. 7 Utah bests No. 2 Florida 198.125 to 197.875 Saturday in Salt Lake City.
The No. 10-seeded Utes will fly home from Las Vegas on Saturday, but players and coaches agreed that they have plenty to be proud of after winning two games against higher seeds this week.
Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam and Ernie Kent take a look at the showdown for the Pac-12 Tournament title between conference heavyweights UCLA and Oregon.