Roundup: ASU and USC keep the Pac-12 perfect in bowl season

Arizona State

The Pac-12 is still perfect in the bowl season thanks to some solid work done by a couple of Pac-12 South schools Saturday. The day started with Arizona State edging Duke 36-31 in the Sun Bowl in El Paso in large thanks to freshman running back Demario Richard scoring four touchdowns. However, the game wasn’t over until Arizona State defensive back Kweishi Brown intercepted a pass in the end zone with 45 seconds left. Before the Sun Bowl, Jeff Metcalfe wrote about how Kweishi Brown’s mom was his football coach growing up, so I suggest you visit or re-visit the article.


It became way too close for USC’s comfort, but the Trojans held on to beat Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl 45-42. Adoree' Jackson ran wild over Nebraska, burning the Huskers for a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 71-yard reception to the house.


The new AP men’s basketball top 25 poll is out, and Utah is No. 10 for the first time since 1999, writes Kyle Goon.


Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery will not play in the Foster Farms Bowl Tuesday night against Maryland with a shoulder injury.

Oregon State

Big non-conference tilt Sunday in women’s hoops, as Oregon State lost to Tennessee 74-63 in a game that was much closer than the final score indicates.


The Dawgs are undefeated no more on the men’s hardwood following a 62-57 loss to Stony Brook Sunday night in Seattle, and Percy Allen of the Seattle Times gives us his takeaways from Washington’s loss to Stony Brook.


Paul Myerberg of USA Today writes that Oregon’s Jeff Lockie is the perfect backup quarterback. Good story here on Oregon’s No. 2 signal caller.


Kevin Gemmell looks at how both Boise State and Arizona could be considered underdogs in the Fiesta Bowl Wednesday.


Kyle Ringo believes the future is bright for Colorado athletics heading into 2015 and also recaps the top stories regarding Colorado athletics from 2014.

Washington State

Jacob Thorpe recaps Washington State’s 90-83 win over UC Davis in men’s basketball action to conclude the non-conference campaign. Also, take a look at what Jeff Nusser of CougCenter thinks is the biggest hit of Steve Gleason’s Washington State career. BOOM.


Former Cal running back C.J. Anderson rushed for three touchdowns to help the Denver Broncos destroy the Oakland Raiders Sunday in the teams’ regular-season finales. More football to come for the Broncos, not so much for this blogger’s beloved Silver and Black.


Here’s the Associated Press preview of the Alamo Bowl between UCLA and Kansas State.

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