It’s no secret that Arizona State lined up an intense five-game stretch to kick off the Sun Devils’ 2013 football season. With that grueling schedule in mind, the team will immediately be looking to their returning quarterback, Taylor Kelly, to lead the way. Kelly was recently added to the 2013 Maxwell Award watch list, an award given to America’s College Player of the Year annually.
The Pac-12 upheld its reputation as the Conference of Champions in 2012-13, collecting eight NCAA titles throughout the academic year.
- Arizona Football
- Arizona State Men's Basketball
- California Men's Golf
- Colorado Men's Basketball
- Oregon Football
- Oregon State Women's Gymnastics
- Stanford Football
- UCLA Men's Basketball
- USC Men's Water Polo
- Utah Men's Basketball
- Washington Men's Soccer
- Washington State Football
- Arizona State
- Oregon State
- Washington State
- Men's Basketball
- Women's Gymnastics
- Men's Golf
- Men's Soccer
- Men's Water Polo
- Pac-12 Conference
Team USA and Reshanda Gray won gold at the World University Games in women's basketball. Per your viewing pleasure, take a look at her celebrating gold in this mini-photo album of Reshanda Gray at the gold medal game.
As Mike Leach continues to implement his "Air Raid" offense heading into his second season in Pullman, the other side of the ball will be anchored in 2013 by one of the Pac-12's best defensive backs: Deone Bucannon. The senior safety has appeared in every game since his freshman year, with 2012 being his most productive season statistically. Bucannon is considered the Cougars' unquestioned defensive leader in his fourth season, a role which the Fairfield, Calif.
The San Francisco Giants probably didn't expect to be under .500 at this point in the season after winning the World Series in 2012, but some positive vibes were created when starting pitcher and former Husky Tim Lincecum threw a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres Saturday night.
With NFL scouts drooling over Anthony Barr's speed, UCLA coach Jim Mora has to be more than a little excited that the linebacker returned to Westwood for his senior season.
Whenever CNN has a Pac-12-themed article, you know we gotta be on it, and yesterday the news conglomerate chronicled the weight of expectations Araslan Kazemi has as he carries Iran into the NBA. The former Rice Owl and Oregon Duck became the first Iranian-born player to be drafted in the NBA a couple of weeks back and is now at the Orlando Pro Summer League with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Much like the Stanford team he plays for, expectations are sky high for Shayne Skov as he embarks on his fifth season on The Farm. The experienced inside linebacker returns with seven other starting members of the Cardinal's defense, a unit that ranked first in the Pac-12 in scoring defense, total defense, rushing defense and sacks. Some bloggers believe Skov could be part of a defense capable of propelling Stanford into national championship contention this season.
To begin the process of producing the Pac-12 Networks’ new series, Varsity Days, which premieres Monday at 6:30 p.m. PT, Director of Archives Patrick Phillips was sent on a series of field trips.
Phillips, in an attempt to acquire old and rare footage about the Pac-12, traveled around the conference to personally visit schools and forage through reels of film and find content for the new show.