Bud Withers gives his take on college sports, with the latest from the Huskies, Cougs, and the rest of the Pac-12.
When Pac-12 basketball play began 26 days ago, we thought Oregon State and Washington State might have trouble winning a game, even when they were playing each other.
Thursday night’s home game was a good litmus test. The Zags improved to 19-1.
One of the striking facts of life in today’s Pac-12 is the perils of playing on the road on Sunday. It’s become easier to win inside Folsom Prison than it is if you’re a visitor playing on the Sabbath.
Under new coach Wayne Tinkle, the Beavers are 11-4 and appear to be set to make their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1990.
Before we get a minute more removed from the bowl games, a look back at the 2014 postseason, otherwise known as 23 Days of Empty Seats and Improbable Story Lines.
As conference games begin, smaller crowds the rule so far.
Here you are, chronically behind in holiday shopping, and you’ve got the first five of 38 college bowl games to watch Saturday. And yes, there will be a quiz. Our preview.
Scheduling is the Rubik’s Cube of college programs, exemplified by the pairing at Gonzaga’s showcase event of the nation’s No. 8-ranked team and one that a year ago lost 20 games.
Gonzaga is eighth-ranked heading into Saturday night’s Battle in Seattle game against Cal Poly.
Ohio State edged TCU and Baylor for the No. 4 spot in the college football playoff for a matchup with top-seeded Alabama in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1. No. 2 Oregon faces No. 3 Florida State in the Rose Bowl in the other semifinal.
The Zags get another chance against Arizona on Saturday in Tucson in the game of the day in college hoops.