Big Pitchin': USC's Ryan Cook

Kyle BunchSenior Analyst IMarch 25, 2008

The right-handed pitcher from USC has been cookin' up something hot. Last Saturday, junior Ryan Cook pitched his first complete game shutout, holding No. 2 Arizona to a scoreless three hits. The final was USC over UA, 5-0.

Impressed? The Pac-10 seemed to be. Ryan Cook just received the Pac-10 pitcher of the week honors.

And if a 5-0 USC shutout over Arizona sounds like deja-vus, don't worry, you aren't losing your mind. USC Junior left-hander Tommy Milone pitched seven innings of a 5-0 shutout over Arizona on Friday.

According to the Pac-10 official site, it was the first time since 1969 that Arizona has been shut out in back-to-back games.

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