Find out when and where to watch the pre- and postgame press conferences as your favorite Pac-12 team advances through the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Courtesy of Washington State Athletics:
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday that men’s head basketball coach Ken Bone will not return to guide the Cougars next season.
The Pac-12 is sending five teams to the NCAA women’s basketball tournament – one bid more than the conference received in 2013 and the most since the 2005-06 season.
Selection Sunday has come and gone, and six Pac-12 teams are dancing – Arizona, ASU, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford, and UCLA.
Let the Madness begin! But it's not all college basketball.
Widely considered one of the best leagues in college basketball this season, the Pac-12 was rewarded with six bids to the 68-team NCAA tournament on Sunday. The six bids equal the second-most selections of any conference this season along with the ACC, Atlantic 10 and Big Ten (the Big 12 leads the way with seven teams). Here’s a look at what each Pac-12 school in the tourney – Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford and UCLA – has coming up.
Arizona Wildcats (30-4, 15-3 Pac-12): No. 1 seed, West
UCLA softball beat Arizona Sunday in Westwood on Gracie Goulder's walk-off grand slam.
Find out on "Pac-12 Playbook" at 6 PT/7 MT whether D.J. Shelton's steal and slam finish or Jordan Adams' clutch three-pointer deserves to be this week's top play.
The hustle of UCLA forward Travis Wear diving for a loose ball in the 2014 title game will long be remember in Pac-12 Tournament history.
Jordan Adams missed the game-tying three against Arizona on Jan. 9, allowing Arizona to win at Pauley Pavilion. When Steve Alford drew up the same play for Adams in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game, he would not miss that shot again.