Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller took his salesmanship skills to a new level in a commercial for the Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge.
After Miller and Pac-12 rivals Johnny Dawkins and Andy Enfield appear to be doing a poor job of selling candy bars for charity at a stand, Jalen Rose pulls up in an Infiniti (of course) and offers a little motivational talk.
Miller then tries to "raise the bar" with a little more aggression into his efforts. The result is worth a look.
Miller is supporting the Ronald McDonald House of Southern Arizona with his effort. His coaching buddy, Thad Matta of Ohio State, is the big leader at this point. Fans can vote here: promo.espn.go.com/espn/contests/infiniti/2014/index?next=home
UA is among those intrigued by a Greek 7-footer, according to Zagsblog.
Arizona's defense is helping out those betting the under on its games.
It's become a guards' game in the Pac-12, according to Bud Withers of the Seattle Times.
OSU's Craig Robinson wondered publicly about how some programs appear to secure fifth-year transfers -- "poach guys," as he called it -- before they're even allowed to talk to them.
Cal freshman Jordan Mathews has been up and down, but mostly up.
Dawkins' seat is still pretty warm even after Stanford beat Oregon.
WSU's DaVonte Lacy may be out for another month.
There's a Bay area doubleheader tonight but, curiously, there's some overlap again:
WSU will play at Stanford at 8 p.m. on Pac-12 Networks.
Washington will play at California at 9 p.m. on ESPNU.