SEATTLE -- After back-to-back weekends featuring a long list of official visitors, Washington only has a pair of prospects coming to campus.And they don’t have to travel far.
Some notes to get you through the hours until Saturday. Thanks to ESPN Stats & Information for many of these numbers. Arizona leads its series with UNLV 1-0, winning 38-21 in 2001.
If you don't like where you are in the power rankings, play better.Yeah... talking to you, Oregon State.See last week's power rankings here.1. Stanford: Thought about moving Oregon up just because Stanford didn't play, but the Cardinal's opponent on Saturday -- boredom -- was better than the Ducks' (Nicholls State).
SEATTLE -- Washington opened Husky Stadium in style with an impressive 38-6 win over No. 19 Boise State.It was over when: Bishop Sankey's 23-yard run gave Washington a 31-6 lead with 10:45 remaining.
Happy Friday! Five things to watch as Arizona opens its season Friday against Northern Arizona. Checking in with Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton.
It's prediction time! Wheeee!Last year, Kevin and Ted tied at the end of the regular season with 66-25 records. Ah, but then came the bowl season, and -- cough, cough -- by virtue of Ted going 5-3 and Kevin going 4-4, the old guy prevailed by a single game.
You don't ask to be part of G.I. Joe. You get asked. Some Arizona notes, including a possible suspension for Ka'Deem Carey for his offseason incidents.
Happy Friday!Wait … what the … it’s 6 a.m. on Tuesday and there’s a mailbag. What gives?As promised, during the season we’ll be running two mailbags a week.
As usual, the Pac-12 will test itself in some of the top non-conference games of the 2013 season, which will have dynamic recruiting implications. But those will be the appetizers for what is shaping up to be a terrific conference slate.
Here's a quick look at Week 1 in the conference. All times are ET.ThursdayUtah State at Utah, 8 p.m. Fox Sports 1: Utah leads the series 77-29-4 but the Aggies won 27-20 in overtime last year in Logan.
Kevin and I sent in our top-25 votes for ESPN.com's preseason power rankings a few weeks ago, and both of us probably would make a couple of changes if we were to re-do them today.
Happy last Friday before the start of the season. Arizona's Gerhard De Beer learning all about American football (pretty funny opening anecdote). Gannon Conway making a push to start on ASU's defensive line.
What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny? Arizona's Richard Morrison is a man of many positions. Arizona State RB D.J. Foster has stepped up his game.
The Pac-12 saw an ESPN 300 running back alter an official visit and could be adding an ESPN 300 defensive end on Friday. Also, several recruiting battles could be on tap once official visits get underway, and Oregon State has its sights set on hopefully landing a two-towers addition at receiver.
With the 2013 college football season nearly a week away, fans and sportsbooks are buzzing with excitement about the season's best bets. Beyond BCS-title favorites such as Alabama and front-runner conference picks such as Ohio State, where do the best value bets lie?
There wasn’t much Pac-12 movement in the newest edition of the team recruiting rankings released Wednesday, but a new school did make an appearance in the top 40, bumping out a conference rival.