Roundup: Washington schools take home bowl hardware

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It was a 2-1 Saturday for the Conference of Champions in bowl games, bringing the Pac-12's 2015 bowl record up to 4-1. Washington’s 44-31 Heart of Dallas Bowl victory over Southern Miss sets the Dawgs up for a promising 2016 season, notes Ted Miller.

Washington State

Jared Shanker of ESPN writes that Washington State took advantage of Miami’s miscues to win the Sun Bowl. The Cougs took down the 'Canes 20-14 Saturday, forcing two Miami turnovers in Cougar territory late in the game.


After the loss to Nebraska in the Foster Farms Bowl, Ted Miller writes that while UCLA’s 2015 campaign was a failure, the future is bright in Westwood.

Oregon State

Oregon State women’s basketball is ready for a rematch with Notre Dame, writes Gina Mizell. The then-second-ranked Irish had to scratch and claw out a 70-58 victory in Corvallis in 2013; now No. 3, Notre Dame welcomes a Sydney Wiese-less Beavers squad to South Bend Monday.


Arizona wide receiver Cayleb Jones will enter the NFL draft, forgoing his senior season. He announced his intentions on Twitter Sunday.


USC offensive tackle Chad Wheeler will not play in the Holiday Bowl after getting into an off-the-field incident that resulted in the police getting involved. Head coach Clay Helton said Wheeler will be welcomed back for the 2016 season.


As is customary, Stanford and Iowa visited Disneyland over the weekend after the teams arrived in town for the Rose Bowl.

Arizona State

The Arizona Republic’s Jeff Metcalfe features Arizona State wide receiver Tim White as he gets ready to transition to track season. His goal? Competing in the Rio Olympics.


Jeff Faraudo explains why Cal football coaches are excited about playing a bowl game in Texas (hint: it has something to do with recruiting). The Golden Bears play Air Force in the Armed Forces Bowl Tuesday in Fort Worth.


STATS senior editor Tom Castro whips up this Oregon-TCU Alamo Bowl preview. The Ducks and Horned Frogs take to San Antonio Saturday night.


Despite an impressive 11-2 nonconference slate, there is still room for improvement for Colorado men’s basketball, in the mind of’s Pat Rooney.


What’s next for Utah football after a 10-3 season? That’s the question posed to us by Matthew Piper.

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