CougCenter offers up its BlogPoll Top 25 ballot for SB Nation's college football rankings.
Mark McLaughlin has left the University of Washington. In this case, it'd be best to reserve judgment.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany will try and tell you that today's announced "collaboration" between their two conferences isn't expansion, or even a step toward it. But that's a bunch of bunk.
Jeff Nusser and Seth Kolloen and I got together on our Pac-12 basketball podcast to take stock of the conference, including all the craziness going on in Westwood -- the losses by UCLA, the ongoing drama surrounding Reeves Nelson, etc. -- and assess the progress of the league’s contending teams as a big week of tournaments figures to be revealing.
On 18 And Life, the Pac-12 hoops podcast, we lead off by talking about the four teams we think could make a serious run at the conference title -- Cal, Washington, Arizona and UCLA -- before transitioning into potential dark horses.
It's been widely presumed (and reported) that at least Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are headed to the Pac-12, and probably also Texas and Texas Tech, wherein the Pac-12 would become the country's first BCS automatic qualifier superconference with 16 teams. Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tried to put a stop to all that talk tonight by announcing his league won't expand.
Through well-placed sources, CougCenter was able to get their hands on Larry Scott's first draft of his reprimand of Jeff Tedford.
The Pac-10 is allowing fans to pick the logo for the Pac-12 Football Championship Game via popular vote. We break down the four contenders.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos has been consistent about what he's going to do with this cash windfall from the new Pac-12 TV contract: It's going into facilities, starting with the Martin Stadium renovation.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has pulled off a deal that will make your day-to-day life as a college sports fan better than it's ever been.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott actually pulled it off: As first reported by the SportsBusiness Journal early this morning and subsequently confirmed by Pac-12 reporter Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News, the conference is set to announce a media rights deal worth $2.7 billion over 12 years.