As college football season begins its homestretch (shoutout to the resilient Ducks for defeating Stanford this past weekend), sports fans will begin to shift their focus towards the constant rollercoaster ride that is NCAA basketball. In recent years, the Pac-12 Conference has...
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POLL WATCHING: With four teams appearing in this week’s AP Poll, the Pac-12 had a streak of five or more teams in the AP Top 25 snapped at eight consecutive weeks ... UTAH moves up to No. 4 in this week’s AP poll... Continue reading →
The No. 1 team in the nation and three teams in the top seven, that is Pac-12 volleyball this week. With the latest AVCA Coaches poll released, USC, which was ranked No. 22 to start the season, overtook the top spot in the polling this week, ... Continue reading →
SAN FRANCISCO – Aaron Wise of OREGON has been named the Pac-12 Men’s Golfer of the Month for September, the Pac-12 announced today.
Wise, a sophomore from Lake Elsinore, Calif., won his third collegiate tournament with a victory at The Jackrabbit (... Continue reading →
The Tuesday editions of the Mercury News and Bay Area News Group papers will feature an abridged version of the Pac-12 football all-century series published on the Hotline over the summer. The series is re-posted here, providing readers with one-stop-... Continue reading →
SAN FRANCISCO - STANFORD was voted by the league’s coaches to win the 2015 Pac-12 women’s soccer crown, the Conference office announced on Monday. The league coaches picked UCLA to finish second behind the Cardinal, followed by USC and CALIFORNIA i... Continue reading →
You have to imagine that being tabbed the preseason media favorite has USC head coach Steve Sarkisian feeling a little extra confident this week. On Friday he may have allowed his confidence to go slightly far in taking a mild-tempered shot at the Oreg... Continue reading →
The league’s annual summer talk-fest is Thursday and Friday in Burbank, and how’s this for headliners: Arizona’ Scooby Wright, reigning winner of the Nagurski, Bednarik and Lombardi awards. UCLA’s Myles Jack, the two-way playmak... Continue reading →
Here’s the first installment of the Hotline’s best-of series, to be published over the next few weeks in connection with the conference celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2015-16. Coming soon: The best football teams, coaches and games, p... Continue reading →
Mike Merrell’s Three and Out A recent article posted on obnug.com declared that the Pac-12 could make a “butt load of money by dumping Wazzou [sic].” It’s an idea that has some merit. There’s no way the Cougars could be... Continue reading →