Congratulations to Cal quarterback Jared Goff, who was taken first overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the 2016 NFL Draft. Goff is the second Golden Bear to go first overall, following the Atlanta Falcons selecting QB Steve Bartkowski No. 1 in the 1975 draft.
The NFL Draft is here, and there’s a very real possibility that a Pac-12er could go first overall. The Los Angeles Times writes that former Cal quarterback Jared Goff is the favorite to go No. 1 overall to the Los Angeles Rams.
Former Pac-12 basketball players DeMar DeRozan and Norman Powell helped the Toronto Raptors overcome a 17-point, second-half deficit in the fifth game of their playoff series against the Indiana Pacers Tuesday night.
Starting quarterbacks, and satellite camps, were popular topic on a Pac-12 Conference football coaches conference call on Tuesday.
Arizona alumnus Steve Kerr was named NBA Coach of the Year Tuesday morning after leading the Golden State Warriors to a league-record 73-9 mark.
SAN FRANCISCO (April 26, 2016) – Filled with Olympians and Honda Award winners, the Pac-12 All-Century Softball team was announced Monday night during Pac-12 Networks’ flagship show, ‘Pac-12 Sports Report.’
This team was voted on by a panel of 35 consisting of coaches, players, administrators and member of the media. Members were voted to the team based on their collegiate careers. The All-Century Team consists of 30 players in total, with 17 field and 13 pitchers.
Half of Cal basketball's dynamic freshman duo will be back next year as Ivan Rabb confirmed Sunday he's returning to Berkeley for his sophomore season.