1. USC Trojans Running Back Buck Allen

    ESPN.com Pac-12 reporter Kevin Gemmell talks with USC running back Buck Allen about the new coaching staff and uptempo offense.....

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  2. USC Football: Toa Lobendahn Has Chance to Start as a Freshman

    Toa Lobendahn has practiced only 14 times at USC, but the freshman's performance during spring workouts has put him on track for a possible starting role on the offensive line in the fall...

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  3. USC Post-Sanction Revolution Began with Stanford Upset

    The last second ticked off the clock and in less than a second the madness began. A Coliseum full of 92,000 people stormed past the jokingly understaffed LAPD officers and took over the field...

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  4. New Twist in This Year's ASU Football Spring Game

    Steak or tuna salad? That's what at stake for Arizona State in Saturday's annual Spring Game, the last of 15 spring football practices. The winning team gets steak, the losers get chicken of the sea...

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  5. Sark Ready to Meet Lofty Expectations with Trojans

    When Steve Sarkisian was named as the head coach of the USC Trojans it was a nod to the Pete Carroll era that was arguably the most dominant program during his tenure and when Sarkisian ...

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  6. USC Football: Max Browne Still Has a Shot to Steal QB Job from Cody Kessler

    USC head coach Steve Sarkisian named Cody Kessler the Trojans' starting quarterback a few days ago. After a surprisingly strong 2013 season in which he threw for 2,967 yards ...

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  7. High School Teammates Set the Stage with Some Good-Natured Trash Talk

    EUGENE -- The 2014 Civil War isn't until Nov. 29, but a Duck and a Beaver whose roots go back to Las Vegas have already spent part of their spring spouting some good-natured trash talk about the fierce in-state rivalry...

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  8. USC Football: New Faces, Position Changes Shaping Offensive Line

    Of the many changes a new season brings to USC, one of the more significant is the restructuring of its offensive line. The Trojans were young and lacked depth across the front five in 2013, two traits that were readily apparent at times...

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  9. Midway Point Spring Checkup: Oregon

    We're past the halfway point of Oregon spring football, so let's take a look at the biggest storylines of the spring season thus far...

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  10. Washington Unveils New 2014 Nike Football Uniforms

    Together with Nike, the University of Washington unveiled a new collection of football uniform designs and colors for the 2014 season...

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  11. Maisel: Sarkisian Revives USC Energy

    LOS ANGELES -- By the time USC head coach Steve Sarkisian hit the big Four-Oh, he had earned two national championship rings as a Trojans assistant and pulled Washington football out of the ditch...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 3 days ago 572 reads 1 comments

  12. Oregon Football: Week 3 Spring Practice Stock Report

    Oregon's third week of spring practices was the Ducks' first without wide receiver Bralon Addison, who suffered a knee injury April 10...

    Kyle  Kensing Written by Kyle Kensing about 3 days ago 2,504 reads 0 comments

  13. USC Football: Complete Spring Game Preview

    USC holds its annual spring game on Saturday, and with it comes the culmination of all the hard work head coach Steve Sarkisian and his team have put in this offseason...

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  14. UCLA Football: Detailing Jim Mora's Recruiting Philosophy

    Jim Mora's recruiting philosophy is a fascinating sight to behold. A revamped strategy from the previous regime has UCLA football recruiting at an extremely high level...

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  15. Cougs on Wrong End of 2-for-1?

    THE WSU-GONZAGA game this coming season, which was thought to have been played in Pullman, will instead be held in Spokane, according to media reports. Reaction has been swift, and it's not of the positive variety...

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  16. Video: Oregon LT Johnstone, Helfrich on Unlimited Meals for Athletes

    Oregon left tackle Tyler Johnstone praised the proposed plan to offer unlimited meals to athletes, walk-ons included, saying that it would be "insane." In a good way, of course. ...

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  17. Q&A Utah Defensive Coordinator Sitake

    After leading the Pac-12 in scoring defense in 2011, Utah has slipped into the middle of the pack in the conference the past two seasons...

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  18. Offensive Line Getting Attuned to New Coach

    Jim Harding may be one of the new coaches on the block up at Utah, but close to the end of spring, it would be hard to tell that he just stepped aboard a few months ago.....

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  19. Utah Lineman Healing with Football Family

    SALT LAKE CITY — As the plane prepared to land, the cabin bustled to life, waking Salesi "Leka" Uhatafe.....

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  20. Ute Tribe, U. Reach Agreement on Continued Use of Utes

    FORT DUCHESNE, Uintah County — After five years without a formal agreement in place, the Northern Ute Indian Tribe and the University of Utah inked a new deal Tuesday that will allow the school's sports team to continue using the name Utes...

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  21. Despite Leukemia, 8-Year-Old Mac Optimistic About Life

    SALT LAKE CITY — Cancer is never a pleasant experience for those involved. The diagnosis, the treatments and medication taken to rid the disease are more unpleasant than most people will likely ever have to experience...

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  22. Sebastian LaRue Possibly Headed to Defense

    This news is a couple of days old and has been discussed a bit in the comments, but it's notable enough to discuss on its own...

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  23. West, Mason Leading RB Charge in Different Ways

    Theron West has picked up right where he left off in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl nearly five long months ago for the Washington State Cougars, tearing up the field...

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  24. Petersen Brings Process to Pac-12

    SEATTLE -- Chris Petersen sits in his office, anxiously folding an address label he peeled off a magazine. He looks past the football field into Union Bay, where the Washington crew team is practicing...

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  25. Huskies Hope TE Tradition Continues

    A tight end, wearing a purple Washington jersey, made what his coach termed “a circus catch” before sprinting the requisite distance for a 74-yard touchdown during the Huskies' spring practice Tuesday morning...

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