Roundup: UCLA men's hoops in the hunt for a No. 1 seed
In the video linked in this sentence, Yahoo Sports’ Brad Evans believes that UCLA men’s basketball is surging towards a potential No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Bruins jumped to No. 3 in the latest AP top 25 poll.
The My-King Johnson story was so good from Monday that we forgot to inform you that Dave Heeke was named Arizona Vice President of Athletics over the weekend. He was the AD at Central Michigan for the last 11 years.
Surprise, surprise – Kelsey Plum was named espnW Player of the Week for, you know, dropping 57 in a game and breaking the NCAA women’s basketball scoring record.
Oregon State women’s basketball moved up to a tie for No. 6 in the AP top 25 after sweeping the Bay Area schools to secure its third straight Pac-12 regular-season title.
The USTFCCA named Oregon distance runner Edward Cheserek the NCAA Division I men’s athlete of the week after he set the collegiate indoor and absolute records in the mile on Sunday (3:52.01).
Jon Wilner gives us players to watch at Stanford football spring practice, which gets underway Tuesday. Keep an eye out on those safeties, yo.
How about this – Arizona State baseball opens a 12-game homestand Tuesday against New Mexico State. The homestand also features LMU, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State and Oregon State.
Pat Rooney discusses the consistency issues for Colorado men’s basketball forward Wesley Gordon as the senior gets ready to play his final home games.
Kyle Goon writes that Utah is staying fiscally conservative despite a rise in revenues. The Utah athletic department reported a modest profit during the last fiscal year.
With all-star guard Kyle Lowry out, DeMar DeRozan hit the game-winning jumper with 1.9 seconds left to lift Toronto to a 92-91 win over the New York Knicks at the Garden.
Cal’s Karla Popovic was named Pac-12 Women’s Tennis Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday. Popovic is 27-1 on the season and is the No. 23 singles player in the country.
Kyle Bonagura examines the must-win and trap games for Washington State football in the 2017 season.