The Trojans can no longer finish the season undefeated. But to hear Matt Barkley, Robert Woods and other team leaders speak this week, the team still believes it can accomplish big things starting with Saturday's Pac-12 Conference battle with Cal.
There are a couple teams Pac-12 Networks women's soccer analyst Tammy Blackburn believes can push favorites UCLA and Stanford in the conference race this season. We won't have to wait long to see where one of those other teams stands.
Pac-12 Conference play for women's soccer season kicks off tonight, and we'll see how much No. 2 UCLA is tested when it hosts rising Washington State at 7 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Networks.
When volleyball analyst Mike Dodd was first contacted by Pac-12 Enterprises Director of Talent and Development Kristin Bredes to gauge his interest in broadcasting matches for the networks, he was shocked by how many contests he was offered to work.
When you have 82 time slots to fill, there seems to be a lot of work to go around.
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.
The Stanford Cardinal and coach David Shaw are on the top of the college football world this week after they beat the USC Trojans 21-14 Saturday night on The Farm.
The Pac-12 Conference season gets going in both women's volleyball and women's soccer this week, and the Pac-12 Networks will be there -- a lot -- to bring it to you.
The conference volleyball season gets underway Tuesday night with rivalry matches between Arizona and Arizona State and No. 5 Washington and Washington State. Both begin at 7 p.m. and both air on the networks. Then there will be three more conference openers on Wednesday with No. 6 Stanford hosting Cal, Oregon State visiting No. 8 Oregon and Utah traveling to Colorado -- all at 7 p.m. and all on the networks.
The Pac-12 TV lineup has been announced for Sept. 29. Here’s what you’ll get:
There’s a new top dog for the Pac-12 in the AP rankings. Thanks to USC’s loss to Stanford, Oregon moved up one spot to No. 3 in the AP Top 25. The Ducks handled business the way they should against FCS Tennessee Tech, beating the Golden Eagles 63-14 behind Marcus Mariota’s four touchdown passes and De’Anthony Thomas’ 135 yards of total offense (62 rushing, 73 receiving). Things will get considerably tougher for Oregon next weekend with Arizona coming to Autzen.
USC quarterback Matt Barkley and star safety T.J. McDonald returned for their senior seasons to complete unfinished business. On Saturday night in Palo Alto however, Stanford finished the Trojans' dream of an undefeated season.
Yes, you are reading that correctly. It made us double-take too. Datone Jones, a UCLA senior defensive lineman found himself on the receiving end of a Brett Hundley touchdown pass early in the Bruins' win over Houston Saturday night; and he looked good doing it. He just might give Mike Vrabel a run for his money.
The Pac-12 Networks launched one month ago today, and it has been an exciting 31 days. We have already seen some compelling football, along with quality live events in other Olympic sports. Throw in the networks' original programming and it's been a month to remember. And it's just going to keep getting better and better...