Pac-12 crime watch

This was not a great weekend for Pac-12 athletes trying to stay clear of the law.

— Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was cited late Saturday night for drunken driving in Seattle’s University District. “He will be disciplined internally in accordance with team and departmental policies,” coach Steve Sarkisian said in a statement. It did not specify whether or not Seferian-Jenkins will miss games.

— Witnesses accused USC’s 7-foot centers Dewayne Dedmon and James Blasczyk of drunkenly assaulting multiple people in Spokane bars Saturday night, allegedly shouting “anti-Spokane, anti-Gonzaga rhetoric.” Four people were reportedly hospitalized, including two women, but no arrests were made. USC cited the need for further investigation, but a source told the OC Register that Blasczyk got “jumped.”

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UCLA at USC: What to Watch

UCLA (19-7, 9-4) at USC (12-14, 7-6)
12:30 p.m., Galen Center
TV/Radio: Fox Sports Net/AM 570

At a glance: Ben Howland is just 13-9 against USC, and another loss would mark the third time he’s suffered a season sweep against the Trojans. USC has only swept the Bruins six times in the past 52 years.

Also at stake is UCLA’s chance at a Pac-12 championship. Should they lose on Sunday, the Bruins would fall into fourth place in the conference — trailing Oregon and Arizona (tied at 11-4) as well as Cal (10-5). Continue reading

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