Roundup: Ducks make their move
Rob Moseley writes that with Oregon men’s basketball on the bubble, the Ducks can “go out and take it” this week at the L.A. schools. CBS Sports’s Jerry Palm thinks a win at USC Saturday and another against UCLA Thursday or either of the Arizona schools the following week would be enough to get ‘em in.
Doug Haller examines Arizona State’s postseason chances following the Forks’ 0-2 trip to Colorado and Utah last week. Right now, he thinks the Sun Devils are looking at somewhere from a 9-11 seed in the big dance.
Not surprisingly, Josh Huestis was named Pac-12 Player of the Week for his efforts against USC and UCLA Thursday and Saturday, respectively. May I suggest that you read this lengthy feature on Huestis’ heroics from his hometown newspaper (Great Falls Tribune)?
Send your thoughts and prayers out to Salt Lake City, because Utah defensive lineman Moana Ofahengaue is in critical condition after a motorized bike accident Sunday night. In better news, Travis Wilson was cleared for spring ball for Utah. He is limited to non-contact drills for precautionary reasons.
There was a memorial service for Ted Agu at Haas Pavilion Monday night, and Agu was remembered as having a “passion for learning and living.”
Mike Klis of The Denver Post tells us that former Buff Paul Richardson is staying fast and getting bigger for the NFL. The wide receiver ran a 4.40 in the 40 and has gained almost 15 pounds in the last month.
ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan writes about Arizona’s new look with Gabe York in the starting lineup and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson coming off the bench. It worked pretty well against the Mountain schools last week.
College Basketball Talk ranks Kyle Anderson 10th in its player of the year rankings.
Following a 7-0 start to the season, USC is ranked 29th in the newest Collegiate Baseball poll. Other Pac-12 teams include Oregon (third), Oregon State (eighth), UCLA (20th) and Arizona (22nd).
Check out Washington State women’s basketball Senior Day highlights. The game concluded in a 108-88 win over Oregon Sunday.
Kyle Bonagura shines the offseason spotlight on Oregon State’s Richard Mullaney, a wide receiver who is gonna be asked to do a whole lot more with Brandin Cooks turning pro.
Let’s take a look at the latest Husky Ballpark construction report. ‘Twill open March 21 for the Dawgs’ conference home opener against Arizona (in the meantime, Washington is playing home games in Tacoma).
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