Roundup: Ted Agu's family files wrongful death lawsuit against Cal
The death of Cal defensive end Ted Agu during a training run earlier this year has led to his family filing a wrongful death lawsuit against The Regents of the University of California, reports ESPN.com's Kyle Bonagura.
Replacing Carl Bradford at Todd Graham's Devil-backer position won't be easy. This weekend it was down to using the versatile De'Marieya Nelson – usually an H-back – on the defensive side of the ball. Graham is still searching for other options.
Want to know everything that was asked of Washington coach Chris Petersen during Sunday's press conference leading into camp? The Seattle Times' Adam Jude posted a transcript of the press conference, which touched on how far behind Cyler Miles is in the starting quarterback competition.
Necessarily reaching back to Friday for this one: Mike Leach did an Ask Me Anything for Reddit. The aforementioned Kyle Bonagura got the essential points, one of which includes Leach's thoughts on the new Taco Bell in Pullman.
It started as a trickle. Aaron Torres of FOX Sports caught up with some Bruins basketball players who witnessed the flood of Pauley Pavilion go from a leaky roof to a downpour.
A defensive line preview and something of a depth chart from Rob Moseley of GoDucks.com? Yes, please.
David Lombardi of The Bootleg asks five questions as Stanford opens camp. Not really surprising that Nerd Nation is curious about who fills in at tight end.
Gina Mizell from The Oregonian has five queries for Mike Riley's Beavers. How will a young receiving group replace speed-burner Brandin Cooks, and will that offensive line be healthy?
Utah offensive coordinator Dave Christensen won't give anyone hints about who will start at quarterback for the Utes. The competition remains between Travis Wilson and Oklahoma transfer Kendal Thompson.
Mike MacIntyre is trading in chemistry for depth after watching his defensive backfield struggle to play so many possessions against the Pac-12's up-tempo offenses last season.
Over the weekend, the Arizona football team lost spur safety Tra'Mayne Bondurant only to see him return a day later. On Sunday, he was wearing a weight vest and running stairs. He must fulfill his duties after facing disciplinary action, but certainly the news looks better for Wildcat fans than it did on Saturday, when he wasn't with the team at all.
The Los Angeles Times takes on USC's schedule with a game-by-game look.
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