Roundup: Bruins fall short of 113th NCAA title
UCLA women’s tennis lost to Vanderbilt 4-2 in the national championship match Tuesday night. The #QuestFor113 continues with baseball and softball.
Gary Parrish reports that assistant basketball coach Damon Stoudamire will leave Arizona to join the Memphis staff.
Our social media guru Justin Karp points out that college football guru Phil Steele thinks USC football has the second-toughest 2015 schedule in the country. Cal, Washington, Utah and Stanford also make his top-10 list.
Here’s a look at Arizona State football’s non-conference schedule, courtesy of Kevin Gemmell. Starting off the season with a bang against Texas A&M.
Oregon baseball beat Oregon State 3-2 on a sac fly in the 11th inning Tuesday (highlights and recap from Pac-12 Networks).
A tad old, but take a look at the Stanford band’s statement after it was announced that it’d be banned from road events for a year.
The Colorado athletic department’s B.G. Brooks whips up a nice feature on Colorado football director of sports performance Dave Forman as the Buffs work on their strength in the offseason.
Former Oregon State Beavers pitcher Ben Holmes (the artist more famously known as Ben Wetzler) talks about life in the minor leagues with Connnor Letourneau.
California Golden Blogs features Ivan Rabb as it looks ahead to a very promising 2015-16 season for Cuonzo and Co. Also, check out this Cal Sports Quarterly feature on Cal baseball pitcher Daulton Jeffries, the Friday night starter who almost had his career cut short by an on-field accident more than 10 years ago.
Jay Yeomans ranks the top 15 quarterbacks in University of Utah history. It’s a link to a link, giving us some more #Linkception.
This is pretty cool – go behind the scenes with Danny Shelton at the NFL Draft.
Washington State freshman golfer Alivia Brown will represent the Cougs at the NCAA women’s golf championships, starting Friday in Bradenton, Florida.