Roundup: USC-Bama in 2016
Yes, yes, yes: USC football will play Alabama in 2016 in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium. The eighth annual Cowboys Classic should be a doozy, y’all.
These are pretty snazzy: UCLA football introduced its “LA Steel” alternate uniforms, which are grey with the city skyline on the sleeves of the undershirts.
Speaking of uniform designs, these new replica Utah football jerseys are creating quite the buzz on Twitter. Here’s a pic of the Utah football jersey in question, whose design has been confirmed by the athletic department as “fairly accurate.” Mountain sleeves, y’all.
Former Arizona Wildcat Grant Jerrett signed a multi-year contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to RealGM. Keep grindin', kid.
In other signing news, Connor Letourneau reports that Dylan Davis has signed with the San Francisco Giants (with a $650,000 signing bonus to boot), thus ending his collegiate baseball career at Oregon State.
Eight Pac-12 quarterbacks made the Davey O’Brien Award watch list, and there they are in one section neatly lined up for you by the Pac-12 Networks newsroom.
The good folks at the ESPN Pac-12 Blog take a look at Arizona State football’s non-conference schedule. A chance for revenge against Notre Dame will come Nov. 8 in Tempe.
Stanford AD Bernard Muir has announced that Rachel Hanson has been named the new Stanford softball head coach. She replaces John Rittman and comes to The Farm via Dartmouth, where she was the head coach for the last four years.
Seattle Seahawks running back and former Cal star Marshawn Lynch delivered a motivational speech to teenagers in Pleasanton, Calif., Tuesday alongside 49ers backup quarterback Josh Johnson, who went to the same high school as Beast Mode (Oakland Tech).
Kyle Ringo recaps the first year in office for Colorado athletic director Rick George. In short, he’s got the Buffs on the right path.
Oregon basketball alum Maarty Leunen has played well for the Houston Rockets in Summer League (both in Orlando and Las Vegas), but he isn’t sure whether he’ll get a training camp invite. The Rockets drafted him in the second round back in 2008.
Washington defensive lineman Hau’oli Kikaha is one of the top defensive ends in the Pac-12, if you are to believe the folks at 247Sports.
CougCenter gives us five things we should know about Washington State offensive lineman Gunnar Eklund. Lake Stevens stand up!
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