In this week's Pac-12 basketball coaches teleconference, Washington State's Ken Bone and Washington's Lorenzo Romar discussed how the recruiting philosophies have changed because of the new emphasis on hand-checking rules. Plus, two brothers face off when Utah and Arizona State battle, and Larry Krystkowiak thinks Delon Wright's shot is coming along.
Find out on "Pac-12 Playbook" at 6 PT/7 MT whether Rondae Hollis-Jefferson's dunk vs. New Mexico State or T.J. McConnell's sprawling pass deserves to be this week's top play.
It has now been four straight losses for the Ducks after dropping an 80-72 contest to Oregon State Sunday night in the Civil War, so Oregon’s struggles are continuing.
The week in social media photos features some big Cal men's basketball dunks, intensity from ASU women's hoops and a few sports that could only be played on the West Coast this time of the year.
No. 1 Arizona remained unbeaten with a convincing win over rival Arizona State Thursday night in Tucson.
Pac-12 Networks' Ryan McGrady chats with Washington State women's basketball coach June Daugherty about the Cougars' 4-0 start in Pac-12 play.
Colorado's Spencer Dinwiddie spoke with the Pac-12 Networks' Jill Savage on his ACL injury prior to the Buffaloes vs. UCLA game.
You may get goose bumps, you might shed a tear. This Friday, tune into Pac-12 Networks to relive some of the biggest moments of the fall season, whether it was the game you rushed the field or the play that made you pull your hair out.
The Cal men's basketball team is off a 4-0 start in Pac-12 play due in part to the individual improvement of senior forward Richard Solomon.