This one you have to see it to believe it. Time ticking down in the first half, Utah State's David Collette had just dunked the ball with seven tics on the clock when the Cowboys' Riley Grabau throws up an absolute prayer at the buzzer which... like we said, you have to see it, to believe it.
Double trouble. The Mountaineers had back-to-back blocks by Elijah Macon and Nathan Adrian that led to this coast-to-coast breakaway and bucket - Globetrotter style - for the Mountaineers in their win over Kansas State.
Talk about making a strong first impression. The Wildcats' Marcus Foster, 15 points and two rebounds, led the game against West Virginia in scoring from wire-to-wire starting with this thrilling dunk to begin the game.
Virginia Tech junior Adam Smith hit huge 3-pointers at the end of regulation and overtime to lift the Hokies over Pitt, 70-67. Smith scored 26 points in total off the bench and combined with fellow reserve Malik Muller for 48 points. The win is head coach Buzz Williams' first-ever in ACC play.
Down 3 points with time running out against Pitt, Virginia Tech guard Adam Smith pulls up and drains a seriously deep 3-pointer to tie the game and send it to OT. Then with the game tied and time winding down in OT, Smith hits another long 3 to win the game for the Hokies in this ACC Must See Moment!
How does one of the top defensive backs in the country feel on the eve of decision day? Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein speaks with four-star recruit Frank Buncom IV as the San Diego high school star prepares to choose between four schools, Cal, Notre Dame, Stanford and Vanderbilt.
San Jose State’s Michelle Cox is selected as a member of Softball Australia’s 2015 Open Women’s Squad, Nevada diver Krysta Palmer sets a Mountain West record in the 3-meter dive, and the governor of New Mexico makes a large donation to Lobo guard Hugh Greenwood’s “Pink Pack.”
Air Force's Patrick Corona and Joey Uhle earn MW Men’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete of Week honors while New Mexico’s Sammy Silva and Colorado State’s Aaliyah Pete receive the women’s honors for meets held Jan. 23-24.
San Diego State senior Emilie Campbell has been named Mountain West Swimmer of the Week, while Nevada junior Krysta Palmer has earned MW Women’s Diver of the Week honors for competition completed through Sunday, January 25. It is the first MW weekly honor for Campbell in her career. For Palmer, it is the fourth weekly accolade this season and of her career.
The University of San Francisco retired the number 51 in all sports last Thursday, commemorating the 1951 Dons football team, who took a stand against racism by declining an invitation to the Orange Bowl after going undefeated. The complete halftime ceremony was broadcast during the USF men's basketball game on TheW.tv on Thursday, January 22, 2015.