Here’s how I would divide the Pac-12, which means no chance it will happen: North Division: Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Utah. South Division: USC, UCLA, Cal, Stanford, Arizona, Arizona State. Like I said, no chance.Read more
Utah to Join Colorado in Pac-12
(Photo by Icon Sports media) ESPN is reporting that Utah has accepted an invite to join the Pac-10. Utah will hold a press conference tomorrow at 12 pacific to announce their move. The presser will take place after the school’s board of trustees meet. Pac-10 officials will be in attendance for the news conference. Colorado […]Read more
Football. USC-Arizona State Football Kickoff Set For 7:30 p.m.
The kickoff time for USC’s Nov. 6 home football game against Arizona State has been set for 7:30 p.m. Pacific and it will be shown live nationally on FSN, bringing the total to 11 of the Trojans’ 13 games with set start times in 2010. Kick times and televising networks for USC’s 2 remaining 2010 […]Read more
Sam Cunningham Elected to College Football Hall of Fame
Former USC full back, Sam Cunningham, is a new member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Cunningham played at USC from 1970 – 1972. He won a national championship and was an All-American in 1972. He scored 4 touchdowns in the 1973 Rose Bowl defeating Ohio State Sucks 42-17 and was Rose Bowl MVP. […]Read more
ASU Undie Run 2010
The annual end of the year undie run tradition continues. Here is the ASU verison, much better than the FUCLA version. For more pics, click here. Undie Running at Arizona State [friendsoftheprogram]Read more
Opening the mailbag: Impressions of spring
Got bogged down on Friday, so this mailbag fermented over the weekend. To the notes. Jason from the Bay Area writes: So having seen most of the Pac-10 this spring, what are your impressions? Ted Miller: Obviously, we’ll have more on this going forward with a spring wrapup, but here are some quick hits. My […]Read more
Pac-10 lunch links: ASU’s Szakacsy gets involved in more than football
Walk along the river, sweet lullaby, it just keeps on flowing, It don’t worry ’bout where it’s going, no, no. Don’t fly, mister blue bird, I’m just walking down the road, Early morning sunshine tell me all I need to know. Spring practices are over, but work at Arizona isn’t. You’ll be impressed with how […]Read more
Is Mike Garrett really ready to open up?
Kudos to USC athletic director Mike Garrett for putting himself out there on USC’s football blog and his very own Twitter page. But once you’re out there, you’re susceptible to friendly fire. Hope he can take it as well as he dishes it … Item 1: Garrett laments the USC women’s basketball team not making […]Read more
USC again stumbles down stretch in 59-54 loss to Arizona State
The Trojans have their chances late in the game but can’t capitalize against the Sun Devils. That last five minutes of a basketball game, that span most coaches call “winning time,” has become losing time for USC.Read more
Former ASU WR is on a horse
You’ve seen the ad. “Hello ladies. Look at your man. Now back to me. Now back at your man. Now back to meeeee.” The “Man,” who ends up on a white horse, is former Arizona State receiver Isaiah Mustafa, who was a reserve receiver during the Sun Devils 1996 Rose Bowl run. His “Old Spice” commercial has generated […]Read more
USC vs. the NCAA: What does it all mean?
Even though USC and the NCAA released precious little information about their meeting in Tempe, Ariz. — to the extent that “Less Than Zero” replaced “A Few Good Men” as the du jour movie analogy – the three-day affair still provided much to digest. (And from the sound of things, it resulted in more than […]Read more
USC football: NCAA hearing continues
Tempe, Ariz. — Day 2 of USC’s appearance before the NCAA infractions committee has begun. Running backs coach Todd McNair is still here, with his attorney, so the topic of the morning no doubt continues to be football and allegations…Read more