Roundup: USC men's hoops, Utah women's hoops stepping up
What. A. Game. USC men’s basketball outlasted No. 7 Arizona in quadruple overtime (103-101), moving to 3-1 in Pac-12 play in the process. Things are turnin’ around in Troy.
Tough loss and tougher news to swallow – Arizona freshman Allonzo Trier is out four to six weeks after breaking his right hand against the Trojans.
How ‘bout dem Utes? Utah women’s basketball beat No. 21 Cal 84-79 Sunday, erasing a 19-point third-quarter deficit to surpass the Golden Bears. Lynne Roberts’ group is 3-1 in Pac-12 play.
A huge second half propelled No. 11 Beavers to a Civil War sweep of Oregon on Sunday in Eugene, wrotes The Oregonian's Gina Mizell. Ruth Hamblin and Gabriella Hanson each dropped 12 points as OSU also improved to 3-1 in conference play.
After a 0-3 start to conference play, Doug Haller asks if it’s time to panic for Arizona State men’s basketball (the answer is no, according to Tra Holder and every other sensible human being on the planet).
Let’s hear from Washington women’s basketball guard Kelsey Plum after the Dawgs’ 63-47 win over Arizona. Plum went to town with 26 points.
Here are Jeff Faraudo’s impressions from Cal men’s basketball’s loss to Oregon State Saturday night. The Bears were swept in Oregon for the first time in 11 years.
Andrew Greif notes that Oregon might have to spend a lot of money for a new defensive coordinator with Don Pellum’s demotion to linebackers coach. According to a USA Today database, Pellum was the 44th highest-paid defensive coordinator in the FBS; that’s probably not gonna cut it for an outside hire at Oregon.
Sixth-ranked UCLA women’s gymnastics upset No. 3 Alabama on Pac-12 Networks Sunday, and here’s your recap to prove it. Danusia Francis doin’ work.
Kevin Gemmell relives Christian McCaffrey’s performance against UCLA – 25 carries for 243 yards, a 96-yard kickoff return for a score and 369 all-purpose yards.
From late last week- former Washington State offensive lineman Mike Utley will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Brian Howell reports that Colorado women’s soccer forward Brie Hooks has transferred to Seattle University (she’s a Seattle native).