Sure, Arizona is 3-0 on the year, but nobody would exactly call Northern Arizona, UNLV and UTSA a murderers’ row of opponents. So in a sense, Arizona’s season gets real against Washington. It’s about to get real, yo.
The UCLA Bruins honored fallen teammate Nick Pasuqale with a moment of silence prior to the start of their game against New Mexico State. The tribute continued onto the field when the Bruins ran their first play from scrimmage one man down.
Oregon State's Storm Woods talks about Brandin Cooks' superstition that includes painting his toe nails.
It's a massive understatement to say that Washington redshirt junior running back Deontae Cooper has been through a lot. After joining the Huskies in 2010 following an illustrious high school career, Cooper suffered a season-ending left knee injury that would force him to redshirt his first season. Coming back the next season, he reinjured the same knee and was again forced to sit out the season after undergoing surgery. To add insult to his previous two injuries, he then injured his right knee, which required yet another season-ending surgery.
Pac-12 Networks' Ryan McGrady talks with UCLA men's soccer midfielder Leo Stolz about the Bruins start to the season, with some German sprinked in.
The biggest game of the weekend in the nation is going down on The Farm with No. 23 Arizona State visiting No. 5 Stanford (4 p.m. PT on FOX) in a contest that could have a big say in the Pac-12 title race.
Stanford keeper Emily Oliver announced her medical retirement Thursday night prior to the kickoff of Stanford's match with Saint Mary's at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.
The bizarre ending to Arizona State-Wisconsin this past Saturday already has produced plenty of chatter, an official reprimand, and a nifty scene in this week's episode of Pac-12 Networks docu-drama "The Drive."