Roundup: Cal grad joins Stanford football team
Bigtime transfer news on The Farm – former Cal defensive lineman Brennan Scarlett will join the Stanford football team. Brennan's younger brother, Cameron, will be a freshman football player with the Cardinal next season. Scarlett is the program's first graduate transfer. Think the Big Game will have a lil' extra juice to it in 2015?
Oh, just another game where Klay Thompson scored 37 points in a half and 26 in the second quarter in Golden State’s 111-107 win over Memphis. ProBasketballTalk has the highlights and shot chart for ya. Maybe it wasn't the 37 he scored in a quarter earlier this season, but still; magical.
Corn Flakes and Milk are heading to Connecticut – Former Cal women’s hoopers Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray have been invited to attend the WNBA draft, which goes down Thursday (4 p.m. PT on ESPN2 if you wanna watch).
Arizona State and UNLV renewed their home-and-home series in men’s basketball, with the Sun Devils visiting Sin City on Dec. 16, 2015, and the Rebels making the return trip to Tempe during the 2016-17 season.
The Ripsit Blog tells us Trojan golfers are ready to pick up some hardware this postseason. The women's team is currently No. 1 in the nation, while the men sit at No. 13 according to the latest GCAA poll.
Oregon State increased its spending on football coaches’ salaries, reports Gina Mizell. She also has the breakdown of Gary Andersen’s performance-based incentives. I’m all about people gettin’ that bread.
Arizona football allowed its fans to call plays at the spring game last weekend, and Chantel Jennings tells us all about it (video is attached as well).
How ‘bout one more Jennings joint for ya – she whips up a good article on how the Oregon offensive linemen are working on their trash talk this spring. They won’t start the conversation, but they’ll surely contribute to it.
The Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala writes that Colorado will show off its new football uniforms May 1 to students and fans during an event at Folsom Field. The more gold, the better in my book.
Jack Wang has some notes from UCLA football spring practice. Apparently the offense didn’t look as good without QB Josh Rosen, who was attending a funeral.
Christian Caple tries to help us learn the new faces on Washington’s offensive line. The Dawgs lost four starters from the end of the 2014 season.
Utah gymnastics has a good mental approach going into the NCAA championships, writes Lya Wodraska of the Salt Lake Tribune. The Red Rocks will compete alongside Florida, Stanford, UCLA, Georgia and Michigan in the afternoon session Friday. The top three of those will move on to the Super Six on Saturday.
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