Our Washington State Cougars insider Jordin Ereth weighs in on this week’s football matchup against the UCLA Bruins in NCAA football week 11 action. With the way the Cougars have been playing offensively, it is hard to get excited about the passing game without Marquess Wilson. The Bruins are a very tough team, and the Cougars will need everything to go their way – along with a lot of heart – to come out on top this Dad’s Weekend.
NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars blogger Jordin Ereth gives us his thoughts on the recent suspension of standout wide receiver, Marquess Wilson. As half of the world has heard, Marquess Wilson was suspended after walking out of the Cougars’ intense conditioning session last Sunday. Ereth’s immediate reaction was to side with head coach Mike Leach and athletic director Bill Moos, and that’s where he stands today.
NWSB Insider and Oregon St. Beavers blogger Rick Stella after each week of the regular season and possibly during a bowl game or BCS playoffs should the Beavs be so lucky will stop by and bring you his OSU game balls. Balls are awarded to the Beavers offensive MVP’s Sean Mannion, who is progressing in to a less turnover prone version of Derek Anderson. Scott Crichton gets the game ball on defense this week.
NWSB Insider and Oregon State Beavers football blogger Jon Irwin breaks down the OSU vs. UCLA 2012 Week 4 matchup. In Beavers upset their second ranked team in as many games, moving to 2-0 on the season. While the offense and coaching shined, penalties and problems at the line make for dark spots on a great Beaver’s win.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a piece about the Top 5 most underrated college footballers currently playing in the Pacific northwest. Kenjon Barner, Jordon Poyer, Sean Mannion, Travis Long, and Keith Price all make the list. With the surprise Oregon State Beavers squad this year, two Beavers make the list.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson discusses the odds of the recently released Pac 12 odds and handicapping. Speaking of titles and championships, this article outlines the odds that were released of each team winning the Pac 12 and winning their respective Pac 12 division in 2012. Chris focuses primarily on the Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, Washington Huskies, and the Washington State Cougars.
NWSB College Hoops beat writer Steve Lee previews which PAC12 teams could make shockwaves in the annual PAC12 Tournament. This year’s tourney is at the Staples Center in Los Angeles; as per usual and Steve says the Washington Huskies & California Golden Bears have the best shot at it. Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten should lead the way. His darkhorse? Well you’ll have to read on to find out.
Did you miss the Washington Huskies vs. UCLA Bruins Pac 12 basketball game Saturday afternoon? We’ve got the highlights loaded for our Pac 12 Hoops fans. The Huskies (21-9, 14-4) clinched a share of the conference title on Thursday after defeating USC. C.J. Wilcox led Washington, which had its five-game winning halted, with 22 points. Terrence Ross added 18 and Tony Wroten had 14.
Did you miss the UCLA Bruins vs. Washington Huskies Pac 12 basketball game Thursday night? Terrence Ross hit his first seven shots of the second half and finished with a team-high 22 points as Washington rallied past visiting UCLA 71-69 on Thursday. Tony Wroten added 13 points for the Huskies.
College football blogger Q reports the Pac 12 released their 2012 College football schedule today. It starts on Thursday Aug. 30 with Northern Colorado visiting Utah. It end Nov. 30 with the second Pac-12 championship game. The new Pac 12 schedule will have 8 Thursday and Friday dates. Including Stanford at Washington on Sept. 27.
It’s Pac 12 Conference championship Title game time, the UCLA Bruins vs. Oregon Ducks Saturday December 2nd 2011. Check out the live betting odds, ncaa handicapping preview, and gambling trends. LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner will win this themselves. 2011 College football betting season is here.
Steve Lee breaks down the upcoming battle for the Pac-12 hoops title. With teams like Washington, Arizona State and Arizona staying dominant, will newcomers Utah or Colorado make an instant impact?