Roundup: Colorado women's basketball gets big comeback win
Here’s the BuffZone.com recap of Colorado women’s basketball erasing a 16-0 deficit to defeat Utah 69-65 in Salt Lake City, getting a career-high-tying 31 points from junior guard Kennedy Leonard. Never count out a JR Payne-coached team.
Despite the loss (one that could potentially sour the Utes’ NCAA tourney hopes), Emily Potter became the first Ute with 1,500 points, 900 rebounds and 200 blocks in a career (Pac-12.com). She finished the game with 14 points.
Check out the Pac-12 Networks recap of Washington men’s basketball taking down Arizona State 68-64 thanks to 21 points from Noah Dickerson on his 21st birthday. These Huskies are making a push for the tourney…
This was written by Doug Haller before the loss to Arizona State but it still rings true – the Sun Devils are better positioned to make a run in the second half of conference play. They’ll surely get right against the Cougs… right?
Reid Travis’ big first half helped lead Stanford men’s basketball to an 80-71 win over Oregon State, writes Tom FitzGerald. Travis scored 21 of his 24 points in the first 20 minutes to help the Card improve to 12-11 overall and 6-4 in Pac-12 play.
A 66-53 win over Cal is all fine and dandy, but Oregon men’s basketball isn’t satisfied with just a win over the Golden Bears (AP). The Ducks want a Bay Area sweep, yo.
Cal’s losing streak is at nine games after the loss to the Ducks Thursday night. Rusty Simmons has the gamer from the Golden Bears’ side of things.
Big game Saturday in Seattle with Arizona men’s basketball visiting U-Dub, so Bruce Pascoe whips up this Q&A with Lorenzo Romar, current Arizona assistant and former longtime Washington head coach.
It’s Super Bowl weekend, and the Pac-12 is only conference to have all of its schools represented in the game. Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times tells us that a friendship between former USC receivers Curtis Conway and Nelson Agholor helped Agholor find a groove with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Come on, Scarlet Knights! According to NBC Sports and Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times, Rutgers football has pulled out of a home-and-home series with UCLA in 2020 and 2021 to schedule games with Syracuse. Weak sauce.
With National Signing Day around the corner, The Oregonian/OregonLive lets us know that Oregon State is 11th in the Pac-12 recruiting rankings, while Oregon is third. (using 247Sports rankings).
According to Cougfan and linked here by CougCenter, Washington State offensive lineman Cedric Bigge-Duren and linebacker Greg Hoyd III have left the WSU football team.