The week in social media photos: July 28-Aug. 3
We could tease this out and note that football is getting even closer but I'm not going to do that for something like the fourth consecutive week. Instead I'm going to say it is great to hear Pauley Pavilion will still be playable after the flooding this past week and, well, yeah, football is approaching. But we did get some hoops! The week:
— Josh Scott (@J40Scott) August 1, 2014
And while football is approaching, every other sport is working hard. Clearly these buff Buffs are.
It was a tough week on the UCLA campus with water consuming a number of facilities.
But the Bruin family came together and grew stronger in a campus-wide effort to help clean up.
Great outreach here by the Cougars. They held practice at Sacajawea Junior High in Lewiston, Idaho.
Futbol is approaching, too.
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) August 3, 2014
I remember moving into the dorms. You feel like you're all grown up!
— Utah Football (@Utah_Football) August 3, 2014
If you're going to do hill sprints, you might as well do it with a beautiful backdrop, right?
And speaking of backdrops. Even more reasons to love the Pac-12 and all its beauty.
— Sun Devil Athletics (@TheSunDevils) July 28, 2014
Love this series of photos ASU has been producing as build up to the season.
The NFL inducted its 2014 Hall of Fame class this weekend. Here it is great to see all
of the Ducks already enshrined.
— AG (@IamAaronGordon) August 3, 2014
So the #hoopsrookie challenge is a thing, and former Arizona star Aaron
Gordon did something awesome. He then challenged some other NBA
newbies by doing this, you know, casual reverse dunk with a ball chuck and
— Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) August 3, 2014
AND SPENCER DINWIDDIE IS A #HOOPSROOKIE, TOO! He also took
the challenge and drilled this blind half-courter in doing his best Askia Booker-over-Kansas impersonation.
This could probably go caption-less, but it's worth asking: What's your touchdown dance look like?
— Beaver Athletics (@beaverathletics) July 29, 2014
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