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Pacific-12 Conference

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  • Faulkner: It's crunch time for Anteaters

    Two of the hottest men's volleyball teams in the country square off Friday night at the Bren Events Center, when No. 6-ranked UC Irvine plays host to No. 4-ranked Stanford at 7 p.m. Coach David Kniffin's Anteaters (17-9, 14-8 in the Mountain Pacific...
  • NFLPA director offers support for Northwestern players' union efforts

    NFLPA director offers support for Northwestern players' union efforts
    NFL Players Assn. Executive Director DeMaurice Smith has spoken out in support of the ruling allowing Northwestern football players to unionize, saying it has nothing to do with college athletes looking for a paycheck. "In the more than 100 years...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Unions and courtrooms aren't needed to fix on-campus sports problems, colleges say

    ARLINGTON, Texas Final scores weren't the only way of measuring success at the just completed Final Four. The other game being played is determining who is and isn't benefiting from the hoops extravaganza. The NCAA certainly is. College sports'...
  • Larry Scott criticizes ruling on Northwestern players' union efforts

    Larry Scott may be the Pac-12 commissioner, but he is concerned about what’s going on in the Big 10. Scott weighed in on the Northwestern situation this week with an opinion piece in USA Today. The Northwestern players are attempting to unionize,...
  • Dave George: Florida Gators primed to get over Elite Eight stumbling block

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. The question has to be asked, and always it is met with a glare. Are these Florida Gators, double-digit winners in all three of their NCAA tournament games, any more capable of pushing themselves through the brick wall of the Elite Eight...
  • Kaminsky and Wisconsin headed to Final Four

    ANAHEIM, Calif. One final shot was off target and too late. Like the three other times Arizona played in an Elite Eight here, the Wildcats already had trudged off the court by the time the nets came down in Anaheim. And Saturday night ended with Bo...
  • Jeff Miller: Arizona restores order in the West

    ANAHEIM, Calif. I've already admitted to being numb to March Madness, writing a column last week questioning the quality of college basketball. And now I just watched Baylor, in its jerseys trimmed in optic yellow, shoot like a team struggling to see....
  • Stanford must be tough at the point to beat UConn

    STANFORD, Calif. Amber Orrange sat stoically in the Stanford locker room this week shortly after her team defeated North Carolina to reach the women's Final Four in Nashville, Tenn. Around her, music blared and teammates' celebratory squeals reverberated...
  • Dick Jerardi: SEC is now a basketball power

    The SEC finally gave up its football title so the conference just switched to basketball, where its teams have absolutely dominated this NCAA Tournament, culminating with Kentucky's classic win over Michigan Sunday in the Midwest Region final. With the...
  • Down by eight points, Johnson and Arizona shake off San Diego State in the second half

    ANAHEIM, Calif. T.J. McConnell's dare-ya grin said it all. There were still nearly three minutes left in a Sweet 16 matchup with No. 4 seed San Diego State, and his team's lead could vanish with two shots. But it wouldn't. As the Arizona point guard...
  • Mark Whicker: Dayton brings balance to Memphis

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. At last there's a theme for USC's 2013-14 men's basketball highlight film. We Beat Dayton. That's right. The Flyers have stunned their way into Saturday's NCAA South Regional final against top-ranked Florida. The same Flyers lost, at...
  • New coach Ernie Kent says crowds will return to Washington State

    PULLMAN, Wash. Ernie Kent has started up again, wearing those dapper suits, preaching the gospel, swearing it can be done, doing what he was meant to do. "This morning," said his daughter McKenzie, "he had a smile on his face like he was a little kid."...