Pac-12 links: A Pac-12 team could play Baylor in Australia in 2016

» Baylor is in talks to open the 2016 season in Australia, and would likely face a Pac-12 opponent.

» Less than two years after leaving Arizona State, Texas athletic director Steve Patterson has already made enemies in Austin.

» Former Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is sponsoring a bus to take 40 kids from his hometown to next week’s NBA Draft.

» Kyle Anderson is holding a basketball clinic this Saturday in memory of a childhood friend who committed suicide.

» If you have $9.5 million to spare, Steve Sarkisian’s 8,250-square-foot house in Rolling Hills is on the market.

» Vernon Adams already walked at his Eastern Washington commencement, but needs to finish one more math class before he can officially join the Oregon Ducks.

» Ten facts about new Oregon State athletic director Todd Stansbury, who returns to Corvallis after three years as the AD at UCF.

» Bosnian native Kenan Guzonjic first got hooked on college basketball three years ago, when he watched a game between Colorado and UCLA. Now, he’s a JUCO transfer looking for a role in the Buffs’ rotation.

» Phil Steele ranked Utah as the most experienced team in the Pac-12, and tied for eighth nationally. At No. 99 in the country, UCLA is tied with Oregon State and above only Washington and Stanford in the conference.

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