Arizona State’s surprising emergence as the No. 11 seed gave the Pac-12 its third NCAA tournament team.
Stanford’s defense shut down Oregon’s high flying offense as the Cardinal won their 13th tournament title.
Oregon State attempted to empty out its playbook against Oregon…it did not go well for them
There are only two rivalry games this week that we’ll pit Pac-12 teams against each other. So we decided to take a look at them in detail.
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Historic Hayward Field is getting a face lift in time for the 2020 track season.
The Pac-12’s top team’s failed to completely separate themselves from the muddled middle.
If you like chaos, this week’s power rankings are full of it.
After a slow start to the first half, the Cougar offense woke up to bury Oregon for their third straight win over the Ducks.
Oregon enters the game with a whole bunch of question marks, but the Ducks still opened 2.5 point favorites in Vegas.
Arizona State came from behind to bring an end to the Ducks 10 game winning streak over the Sun Devils.
Texas at No. 4 USC was the rematch we all needed after the 2006 Rose Bowl, and our Pac-12 power rankings.
Utes’ quarterback Tyler Huntley was impressive in his team’s seventh straight Holy War win.