California Golden Bears
Nelson Agholor had two of Southern California’s NCAA-record tying three punt returns for touchdowns and Javorius Allen scored three times to help the Trojans beat California for the 10th straight time, 62-28 on Saturday.
Matt Barkley threw two touchdown passes and Southern California took advantage of five turnovers from California to win its eighth straight game in the series, 30-9 on Thursday night.
Their first step to Omaha followed a staggering blow. The September day California’s baseball team learned the program was being cut, the Bears decided to practice anyway.
California is keeping baseball after all.
Every year a couple schools come out of nowhere to steal a precious bid to the NCAA tournament. Just a few years ago one of those schools was USC.
Jorge Gutierrez scored 34 points, Markhuri Sanders-Frison had 12 points and California held on to beat UCLA 76-72 in overtime Sunday night to snap a four-game losing streak in thrilling fashion.
Maurice Jones scored 22 points, all in the second half after being coming off the bench for the first time this season, and Southern California beat California 78-75 on Thursday night.
A decision on whether California’s baseball team and four other programs will be saved will come Thursday.
Reeves Nelson scored a career-high 24 points, tipping in the winning basket at the buzzer, and UCLA beat California 86-84 Thursday night for its third straight win.
Allen Crabbe is already beginning to attract opponents’ top defenders. On Sunday night, that was Washington star Justin Holiday.
Just in case the UCLA Bruins start to feel too good about themselves after a three-game winning streak, tailback Johnathan Franklin knows a statistic that will keep his teammates humble.
What a wild week in the PAC-10! UCLA headlines the conference this week after pulling off a major upset over the Texas Longhorns, but will they move up from #8 in the latest PAC-10 power rankings?
One of the biggest stories of the young college football season has been the sensational play of Cal receiver Keenan Allen.