Roundup: Curtain of Distraction reenacts Jael Mary

Arizona State

This is one of the better stunts from the Curtain of Distraction – Arizona State students re-enacted the Jael Mary during the USC-Arizona State basketball game with Elijah Stewart at the foul line. And guess what? Stewart missed. Here's a look at two of the reenactors:


Kevin Gemmell reports that UCLA has hired Tom Bradley as defensive coordinator. Bradley spent 32 years at Penn State, with 12 of those coming as the defensive coordinator. Also check out women's basketball alum Shaina Zaidi relive her 10-point outburst in two minutes against rival USC in the 2004-05 season.


David Lombardi gives us a guide to Stanford football spring practice. The Cardinal hit the field for the first time this “spring” on Monday.


Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports features Oregon football graduate transfer Vernon Adams. Dude looks like Bane from Batman with that training mask on, as Feldman points out.


I enjoyed reading this well-done feature by Daniel Crespo of on Arizona women’s basketball players LaBrittney Jones and Breanna Workman. Those players have really taken off ever since Jones went to the bench in favor of Workman to start the game.


Forgot to mention it Monday with the Battle of the Bay finishing up over the weekend in hoops, but Doug Ferguson of the Associated Press chronicles former Cal golfer James Hahn’s long road to his first PGA Tour win. Hahn won the Northern Trust Open Sunday to add the next chapter in what has been an incredible story. Click the link, yo.

Oregon State

This link is a tad old as well, but you should still know that Oregon State is “engineering an athletic comeback,” to quote a Jason Quick headline for The Oregonian.


Lindsey Thiry of the LA Times informs us that former USC defensive back Josh Shaw performed well at the NFL combine. Particulars in the link.

Washington State

Also, Jacob Thorpe tells us how former Washington State defensive lineman Xavier Cooper did at the NFL combine.


Kyle Ringo details the battle for starting spots on the offensive line for Colorado football. The Buffs have to fill the shoes left behind by Daniel Munyer and Kaiwi Crabb.


Ted Miller and the ESPN Pac-12 Blog crew believe that Washington is the Pac-12 football coaching job with the most upside.


It’s getting down to the nitty-gritty for Utah women’s gymnastics, which has just three meets remaining before the Pac-12 Championships.

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