The 2014 NFL combine wrapped up on Tuesday with the defensive backs putting on a show. Pac-12 representation was strong, especially from Wazzu's Deone Bucannon, Oregon State's Rashaad Reynolds and Utah's Keith McGill. That, and receiver Brandin Cooks finishes with the second-fastest 40-yard dash time overall, which earns him another big suitcase full of money.
Tad Boyle talks about a critical stretch of games for the Buffs as the postseason near and Arizona's Sean Miller discusses the possibility of an outdoor game for the Wildcats.
Oregon's men's basketball team could make the NCAA tournament if they beat USC and UCLA this week on the road, and our thoughts are with Utah defensive lineman Moana Ofahengaue who is in critical condition after a motorized bike accident.
Monday was a relatively quiet day for Pac-12 players at the NFL combine, but the best player of the 2014 draft class, Anthony Barr, stood up to the challenge of one of his fellow linebackers.
Every week we're letting the fans choose between the top play champion and a new contender. It's up to you whether the reigning champ gets unseated.
The workouts at the 2014 NFL combine ramped up Sunday with a few Pac-12 running backs getting full-spectrum evaluations and wide receivers also taking center stage.
USC women's basketball celebrated its four graduating seniors Sunday at the Galen Center with flowers and framed jerseys to commemorate their careers as Trojans.
Player interviews are wrapping up, and NFL combine participants are throwing on the tights and getting ready to fight for hundreths of seconds in the workout portions of the pre-draft event. A few Pac-12 players got it cranked up Saturday as offensive linemen and tight ends went through the rounds.