Roundup: UCLA freshmen apologize, Bruins outlast Central Arkansas in OT
Hectic day for UCLA men’s hoops, as freshmen Cody Riley, LiAngelo Ball and Jalen Hill apologized and were suspended indefinitely after being arrested on shoplifting charges in China. Later that day, UCLA survived Central Arkansas in overtime thanks to another freshman in Kris Wilkes going off for 20 points.
Stanford women’s volleyball won the Pac-12 title by sweeping USC Wednesday night, improving to 23-3 overall and 16-1 in the Pac-12. It’s the Cardinal’s first conference title since 2014 and 20th overall (17th in the Pac-12).
Washington linebacker Azeem Victor has been suspended by the team after he was arrested on Sunday morning. Kyle Bonagura has the details.
The Pac-12 released the 2018 football schedule Thursday morning, so here’s a look at Cal’s 2018 football schedule – North Carolina, at BYU and Idaho State are the non-conference foes, and the regular season ends with home games against Stanford and Colorado.
And here’s Arizona State’s 2018 football schedule – juicy matchup with Michigan State in Tempe on Sept. 8.
Pat Rooney previews Colorado women’s soccer’s second-round NCAA Tournament game at North Carolina on Friday. The Tar Heels have won 21 NCAA titles and are one of four No. 1 seeds in the tourney.
Andrew Greif has a quick gamer from Oregon State women’s basketball’s 98-41 shellacking of Utah Valley Wednesday night at Gill Coliseum. How about this? The Beavers dished out 35 assists on 37 made baskets, which is just ridiculous. Up next for the 18th-ranked Beavs is No. 6 Notre Dame.
Zach Helfand looks at how Sam Darnold’s running capabilities have helped him out in the passing game. Dude got up to 18 mph with one run against Arizona State; pretty fast.
George Schroeder of USA TODAY Sports features Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate, who has taken the college football world by storm since being inserted as the No. 1 guy in Tucson.
Kurt Kragthorpe reviews Utah offensive coordinator Troy Taylor’s first year on the job in Salt Lake City, saying his level of success in 2017 will be determined by whether or not the Utes get to a bowl game (they’re 5-5 right now).
Rick Nixon of NCAA.com highlights Oregon women’s basketball guard Sabrina Ionescu’s hot start to the season. Ionescu cooked up her fifth career triple-double Sunday in a 33-point win over Drake.
After watching this preview of “The Drive” for Washington State football, you’ll know why head coach Mike Leach is not a fan of candy corn.
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