Roundup: The Wazzu flag flies in Brazil
Of course this happened: the Washington State flag was at the USA-Ghana World Cup game. It’s only right. Thrilling 2-1 victory for the Yanks on Monday.
Former Arizona State assistant coach Eric Musselman will join the LSU men’s basketball staff under the title of associate coach. He spent two years in Tempe.
Former Oregon State basketball players Roberto Nelson and Eric Moreland worked out for the Golden State Warriors Monday. Both could be in the running for a spot on the Dubs’ Summer League roster.
Really cool story from the Deseret News about an ex-Ute getting a new heart from a former BYU football player who died in an ATV accident. Well worth your time. The deceased BYU football player is Nick Longshore, brother of former Cal quarterback Nate Longshore. The Ute is Ken Gardner, a former Utah hooper.
Good to hear from Bob Condotta again. Unfortunately for Huskies fans, the current Seahawks reporter and former U-Dub beat writer comes bearing bad news: Former Washington quarterback Keith Price was released by the Seattle Seahawks Monday. Here’s to hoping that Teeth will catch on with another NFL team.
Even though Oregon wide receiver Devon Allen won the 110-meter hurdles title and set a meet record at the NCAA track and field championships, he’s saying that football still comes first.
In discussing the next potential under-the-radar star in the NBA, Campus Insiders asks, “is Arizona’s Aaron Gordon the next Kawhi Leonard?” Kawhi not?
Let’s get a Folsom Field construction update courtesy of former Colorado head football coach Gary Barnett.
Rob Rang for CBS Sports looks at Cal’s 2015 NFL draft prospects, and guard Jordan Rigsbee tops the list.
ESPN gives USC football the title of Wide Receiver U. How ‘bout this: 11 former Trojan wide receivers have been selected in the NFL draft since 2001.
The slate won’t provide for easy sledding for the Farm Boys next year, but Rule of Tree points out that there are benefits to Stanford football’s brutal 2014 schedule; namely, a good résumé for the College Football Playoff.
Five UCLA women’s water polo players earned ACWPC All-America honors: Sami Hill, Rachel Fattal, Emily Donohoe, Becca Dorst and Alys Williams.