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.

By Adam Butler, special to
Updated March 17, 2014

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.


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