Tuesday Tape Room is Pac-12 Networks football analyst (and former USC assistant coach) Yogi Roth’s chance to break down tape in search of details worth focusing on — similar to what’s happening in team meetings throughout the conference today.
There were many plays that stood out during the second annual Pac-12 Football Championship Game, as both Stanford and UCLA were in relentless pursuit of a competitive edge. While breaking down the film of their matchup I often found myself leaning toward the screen to watch each team play with discipline, focus and desire.
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? View the highlights, then vote at the bottom and be heard.
College football's selection Sunday saw a record eight Pac-12 teams receive bowl bids. We're all familiar with the Pac-12's teams in the bowl matchups, but what about their opponents? Get ready for a healthy dose of the Big 12. Here's your scouting report.
Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio - No. 8 Stanford (11-2) vs. Wisconsin (8-5)
As much as we love to make fun of Rick Neuheisel around here, we have to give credit where credit is due: Coach has got some musical chops. He and our Saturday football crew turn out the lights on the 2012 regular season with a quick Don Meredith cover.
STANFORD, Calif. - As he waddled through a throng of Cardinal fans, senior running back Stepfan Taylor seemed a bit lost in the moment. He was smiling, shaking hands with every fan - from toddlers to grandmothers-- and posing for pictures as he made his way to the locker room.
One of the kindest, soft-spoken leaders of the Stanford team that had topped UCLA, 27-24, in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game, Taylor was trying to soak in the experience of winning the league title and securing the program's first Rose Bowl berth since he was in diapers.