Roundup: Mike Leach talks Geronimo
The following sentence is not a joke. Cougfan.com asked Washington State football coach Mike Leach about a book on Geronimo that he's co-authored. The previous sentence is somehow not surprising.
Here are the Ducks' most quacktastic photos from the 2013 football season.
The USC athletic department also culled their external hard drives for all the best photos from 2013.
The best of 2013 in Berkeley, Calif., included freshman quarterback Jared Goff setting records, swimmer and Olympian Missy Franklin arriving at Cal and the men's soccer team earning a No. 1 ranking for the first time.
Ken Griffey Jr. talked about his son, Trey Griffey, making his first two touchdown catches of his career in Arizona's AdvoCare V100 Bowl win over Boston College on Tuesday. Griffey Jr. took in the Wildcats' game in Louisiana but was on the clock – he was shooting photos for ESPN.
ASU football has been on the cusp of perennial contender before, but the trick is building on top of a single successful season.
Thursday is the big day: Oregon State receiver and Biletnikoff Award winner Brandin Cooks will announce whether he'll leave for the NFL.
John Canzano of OregonLive.com gets into the nitty gritty of the Rose Bowl and interviews ESPN's broadcast spotter, who is the eyes for the announcing crew led by Brent Musburger.
The Buffs open the conference hoop season against the Oregon State Beavers on Thursday. CU is wary considering what happened when it met Oregon State last season.
It remains to be seen how far the Utah Utes can go this season, but the emergence of Delon Wright changes the projection, CBS Sports basketball analyst Jon Rothstein told the Salt Lake Tribune.
Guard C.J. Wilcox has scored at least 15 points in the Washington Huskies' last 15 games, but he doesn't think it's a big deal.
The Los Angeles Times' Bill Plaschke calls the UCLA Bruins' 2014 football season the most important one in 50 years, and how it goes depends quite a bit on quarterback Brett Hundley's big decision. NFL or no NFL?
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