Tempe remains to be Washington’s personal house of horrors. A pick and a defensive collapse led to the Huskies 8th straight loss in the desert.
There was a distinct lack of bullshit this Cal week. Which was a rather nice development, tbh.
Oregon State and Washington State both blew leads over ranked opponents, at home, this past weekend.
Oregon State picked up a big road win, while Washington State picked up a YUGE road win.
Washington State’s 85% free throw shooting in the second half helped it hold on against a fiesty Cal squad in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.
A 19-3 run by Cal turned a 22-point deficit into a six point loss for the Golden Bears. WSU went silent from the field in the final five minutes.
The Cougar defense collapsed in the second half as the offense went stone cold. But WSU still walked out of Cal with its first sweep in the Bay Area since 1993.
We know you guys love power rankings, so now we’re bringing our our first ever women’s and men’s rankings for the Pac-12 conference.
USC’s leadership made a splash hire with a head coach that has been nails in west coast recruiting over the last half decade.
There are three separate scenarios that could lead to three different teams winning the Pac-12 North next week.