Tag Archives: Pac-12
By Tim Peterson We went from not having any sports two months ago to Saturday where I could barely keep up. The remote was always on hand with college football, baseball and the NBA playoffs all in full force. The US Open Final was on as well if that’s your idea of a good time.
By Tim Peterson Are you looking forward to a nice October Saturday afternoon at the iconic Coliseum in Los Angeles? How about a Saturday evening with a beautiful view at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena? Well you can forget about that. At least for this year.
By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – USC went on a 42-3 run after falling behind 17-3 early in the second quarter and routed Stanford 45-20 Saturday night before 62,109 fans at the LA Memorial Coliseum.
By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – USC fell behind early, rallied in the second half but ultimately fell to Arizona State 38-35 Saturday before 47,406 at LA Memorial Coliseum.
By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Last week Northview quarterback Steven Comstock received his first offer from Idaho. Monday the PAC 12 joined the party as Oregon State offered Comstock.
A nine win season, a Holiday Bowl victory, and wins over Notre Dame and Nebraska to finish it off make it a successful campaign for first year head coach Steve Sarkisian and the USC Trojans.
(Burbank) – California is the lastest school to offer Burbank running back James Williams. Another PAC 12 school, Arizona, offered yesterday before Cal came calling today.
Virginia Commonwealth doesn’t look like such a cool story anymore when it gets blown out by 25 in the third round. Is Shaka Smart still a hot coaching prospect? It’s funny how a quick exit in March Madness can turn a coaching genius into a borderline moron.
Wow, how fast the season flies. Today was Senior Day for UCLA and 20 seniors made their final appearance on the Rose Bowl’s field in uniform for the Bruins.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)