Roundup: Vernon Adams plans to transfer to Oregon upon graduation
Big news in Eugene – quarterback Vernon Adams intends to transfer to Oregon upon graduation instead of returning to Eastern Washington, where he lit up many a Pac-12 school. Adams' first action as Oregon's quarterback could come Sept. 5th in the season opener... ...versus Eastern Washington.
Everyone was hyped after Arizona State upset the Wildcats in men’s hoops, including New York Giants defensive back Prince Amukamara, who rushed the court after Arizona State beat Arizona. His sisters, Peace and Promise, play for Charli Turner Thorne on the women’s hoops team.
The Utes made it look easy at the Coors Events Center, which is not an easy thing to do. Kyle Goon writes that Utah showed poise and a business-like approach in its 79-51 thumping of Colorado.
Johnny Dawkins said Dean Smith was “an innovator in our game”. The legendary North Carolina coach passed away Saturday at the age of 83. Dawkins’ Cardinal beat USC Sunday night at home.
Washington women’s hoops is doing its thang, handing Oregon State its first conference loss and then defeating Oregon. Here’s what Kelsey Plum had to say after Washington defeated Oregon 70-55.
The Beavers are still on top of the women’s basketball ladder despite their recent loss to Washington, ending the road trip with a come-from-behind 61-56 win over Washington State. Sydney Wiese scored 16 points in the victory.
Huge dub on the road for Lindsay Gottlieb Inc. as Cal women’s basketball upset No. 10 Arizona State on the road 50-49 behind Penina Davidson's buzzer-beating putback.
Good feature on former USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams as he gets ready for the NFL combine. Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports with the story.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski spiked a puck at a Boston Bruins game recently.
It’s official now – Jeff Ulbrich resigned as UCLA’s defensive coordinator to become the linebackers coach for the Atlanta Falcons.
Washington State football alums Connor Halliday, Vince Mayle and Xavier Cooper were invited to the NFL scouting combine.
Ted Miller relives Colorado wide receiver Nelson Spruce’s performance against Cal, a game in which he had 19 catches for 179 yards and three touchdowns in a wild 59-56 double-overtime loss.