This week features beautiful campuses, umpires who love the Pacific Northwest and a rapidly disappearing countdown to college football.
The Cougs have 14 starters returning from a 2013 squad that won six games and are looking to make the leap into the Pac-12 North title picture in 2014.
The Big Ten/Pac-12 battles are increasing in number, as Oregon State football will play at Ohio State in 2018, the schools announced Thursday.
Arizona State lineman Chip Sarafin has announced he is gay and it is believed that he is the first active major college football player to come out publicly. The news sprread quickly Wednesday and reaction has been supportive.
Colorado travels to the house John Elway built on Friday, Aug. 29 for its annual meeting with in-state rival Colorado State. When the two teams arrive in Denver, the Rams will see that the Buffs are coming into the 2014 season in phenomenal shape.
An Arizona State offensive lineman has come out as gay in the August issue of a Phoenix-based magazine, making him likely the first active, openly gay player in major college football.
Ted Miller thinks that Colorado has the best stadium entrance in the Pac-12, and how can you disagree with that?
If you’re living in Kansas City, Provo or Austin, you’re in luck! Google Fiber subscribers in those areas will now have full access to the Pac-12 Now App on Web, mobile, and tablet.
"We are thrilled to add Google Fiber to the roster of TV Providers whose subscribers can login to watch Pac-12 Networks on the go,” said Ryan Currier, Head of Digital Products for Pac-12 Networks.
Utah football will scrimmage Tuesday, and the Deseret News’ Dirk Facer gives us a “laundry list of things to get done” during the scrimmage. Closely evaluating the quarterbacks is at the top of the heap.
You don’t mess with the MUSS (Mighty Utah Student Section). That’s what the Idaho State Bengals are about to find out on Aug. 28 when they open the season at Rice-Eccles Stadium on the Pac-12 Networks.