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What Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott once thought wasn't bad enough to be a "fireable offense" has now blown up into a full independent investigation in the events around Ed Rush's comments at the Pac-12 tournament in March.
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Conference referees tell ESPN that the problems ran deeper than the "joke" that led to public outrage.
ESPN Radio's Scott Van Pelt interviewed the commissioner of the Pac-12 this morning, and while he defended his decision not to fire Ed Rush over his bounty "joke," he did leave the door open for that to change in the future.
The culprits were many as the Cougs miss an opportunity to take a series against a quality opponent at Bailey-Brayton Field.
The Pac-12's director of basketball officiating reportedly offered a bounty to any ref who would give Arizona coach Sean Miller at technical foul in the Pac-12 tournament. You might have heard he got one at a pretty inopportune time. Weird!
Danny Lawhorn is precisely the kind of pass-first player the Cougs have been looking to add to the 2013 recruiting class.
We joked yesterday that the fight between members of the WSU and Idaho football teams resembled a bad gang movie from the 1960s. Turns out, we might not have been that far off.
After meeting with athletics director Bill Moos, all indications are now pointing to the WSU basketball coach keeping his job.
In trying to read the tea leaves, it would seem that no news is good news for the job status of the embattled coach.
The Cougars outscored the Bears 45-4. We take a look at the hitting and pitching heroes from the weekend that was, and then look ahead to the Cardinal.
The WSU outside receiver reportedly suffered a skull fracture and concussion, allegedly at the hands of an Idaho football player.
Since there obviously is some interest around here in that little school to the north, here are some thoughts on the Bulldogs' epic failure in the NCAA tournament.
Everyone does brackets. We decided we wanted a new way to raise our interest in watching the games of the NCAA Tournament.
If the athletics director decides to keep the basketball coach, there's a good chance he's going to be around for another five years. We show you why.
The series win on the road against a ranked opponent provides a nice boost to a potential NCAA tournament bid.
Capped by the Crimson and Gray game on April 20 in Spokane, spring practices will feature 15 workouts starting March 21 and finishing April 23.
Our spreadsheet misses on Temple, California, Southern Mississippi and Denver, but hits on Boise State and La Salle.
It's Selection Sunday, and here's our almost final Easy Bubble Solver projection of the NCAA tournament field, where the last two in (Kentucky and Denver) and the first two out (La Salle and Virginia) are nearly indistinguishable.
The Cavaliers' decisive loss to NC State proves costly, while Kentucky wasn't punished as harshly for its loss to Vanderbilt via our devilishly simple NCAA tournament projection.
E.J. Singler and Damyean Dotson led Oregon with 14 points apiece, and Singler chipped in 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. Jarred DuBois, the hero of Thursday's win over Cal, finished with zero points on 0 of 8 shooting.
The Bruins once again dig themselves out of a hole with a little help from the officials, who call a questionable technical foul on Sean Miller late in the game.
Kentucky, Virginia, Boise State ... all are still holding steady in our devilishly simple NCAA tournament projection.