The final result at No. 4 Stanford left Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian in disbelief.
Washington State got inside the UCLA 10-yard line three times in the first half Saturday and three times the Cougars had to settle for field goals. But coach Paul Wulff is not prepared to label that a major problem yet.
Andrew Luck spent the bye weekend stuck on his couch watching so much football that he had to force himself to get outside at one point, if nothing else just to take a break.
Chris Reed might be the best arm few knew about heading into this year. The Stanford lefty hadn’t pitched that much prior to this season and was serving as the school’s closer.
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.
Nikola Vucevic scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Alex Stepheson added 15 points Saturday night, leading Southern California to a 69-53 victory over Stanford.
Reeves Nelson had 18 points and seven rounds, Tyler Honeycutt scored 16 points and UCLA beat Stanford 69-65 on Thursday night to tie a season high with its sixth straight victory.
Nikola Vucevic had 20 points and nine rebounds as Southern Cal held Stanford to a season-low in points during a 65-42 victory Thursday night.
Sure, it seems like we’ve been talking a lot about Jim Harbaugh these days, but he’s so damn hot right now. And given his refusal to speak about future jobs on Monday night, it sure does seem like he’s not hanging around Stanford (at least he’s not lying about staying though).
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?
The Pac-10′s coaches spent a good part of the preseason talking about this year being one of the most wide-open in conference history.
The USC Trojans are perfect in the only column that matters, the W-L record (3-0).
Stanford hasn’t won a football game at the Rose Bowl since most of its current players were overachieving elementary school students.
The accolades just poured in for Edison DE Charles Burks: All-County, All-PAC-5, Sunset League Defensive Linemen of the Year, after a 14 sack performance in 2009 for the Chargers. Having become a highly coveted prospect, […]