SEATTLE – Washington is accustomed to putting the hurt on its opponent, sweeping its victim 15 times in 32 wins this year. No. 2 seed Penn State turned that around on the Huskies in Thursday night's NCAA semifinal match at KeyArena, handing them a straight-sets loss with shockingly large margins (25-14, 25-13, 25-16).
Who: Tennessee at Stanford women’s basketball
Where and When: 1:30 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Networks
The Huksies are ready to take on Penn State tonight in NCAA women's volleyball tournament in Seattle, while the Cardinal pulled off a major upset win of UConn Wednesday night.
Washington looks to overcome the prorgam's sudden coaching changes when they face off with BYU in the Fight Hunger Bowl on Friday, Dec. 27.
You know the old saying: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Friends and enemies will be one and the same during Thursday’s NCAA semifinal matchup between Washington coach Jim McLaughlin and Penn State coach Russ Rose, who have known each other for many years.
Washington respects Penn State. But when the teams face off Thursday in the NCAA semifinals, the Huskies will not simply bow down.
With their third head football coach of the season, USC's players must stay focused to keep a potent Fresno State offense in check on Satuday, Dec 21 in the Las Vegas Bowl.
Making their first bowl appearance in 10 years, Washington State's defense will be key against Colroado State's running game in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. PT.
Oregon men's basketball improves to a perfect 10-0, aided by the return of Dominic Artis and Ben Carter, while UCLA's Jim Mora emphatically denies rumors connecting him to Texas' head coaching vacancy.