Pac-12 spring football got into full swing this past weekend with Arizona, Arizona State, USC and Stanford making their spring debuts.
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The Pac-12 Conference was well-represented on Friday night in Norman, Okla., for the 2015 NCAA men's gymnastics championships. Bay Area rivals Stanford and Cal claimed two of the six spots in the team finals following Thursday night's preliminaries. Up next, the top athletes in the country will compete on Saturday in the individual portion of the event.
Ever want to know what it's like to call a play for a college football team? Well, your best shot might be to attend Arizona's spring football game.
Pac-12 Networks announcers JB Long and Scott Erickson welcomed a special guest during Friday's USC-UCLA baseball matchup, as Trojans football coach Steve Sarkisian stopped by for a chat in the fourth inning.
Arizona State officially unveiled new basketball coach Bobby Hurley at a press conference Friday morning in Tempe.
New Arizona State men's basketball coach Bobby Hurley neglected to mention one key pair of people during his introductory press conference Friday morning in Tempe.
Big Pac-12 men's basketball news Wednesday as Arizona's Brandon Ashley declared for the NBA draft, while Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak signed a contract extension through the 2022-2023 season.
Arizona sophomore forward Rondae Hollis-Jeffereson announced Tuesday in a press conference that he will opt to enter the NBA draft this June.