Roundup: Can D.J. Foster make a Heisman run?
Is Arizona State wide receiver D.J. Foster a Heisman contender? Doug Haller ponders the question in this link.
Oregon softball is getting ready for the super regionals (NC State’s comin’ to town for a shot to go to the WCWS), and Cheridan Hawkins and Jenna Lilley are up for national awards, with Hawkins being a finalist for the ASA/USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award and Lilley a finalist for the NFCS National Freshman of the Year Award.
Zack Rosenblatt features Arizona softball pitching coach Stacy Iveson. The Wildcats play LSU in the super regionals in Baton Rouge.
The top-ranked Washington women’s golf team is ready to compete for a title at the NCAA championships beginning Friday. Scott Hanson of The Seattle Times gives us the story.
Kyle Bonagura disects Cal football’s non-conference schedule. At Texas is the juicy date here (Sept. 19).
Chantel Jennings will tell ya that UCLA has the best wide receiver group in the Pac-12 in her post-spring position rankings.
USC men’s tennis players went 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA singles tournament Wednesday in Waco, Texas. Yannick Hanfmann, Roberto Quiroz and Jonny Wang are all on to the round of 32.
Former Coug Klay Thompson was named to the All-NBA Third Team Thursday. James Harden (First Team) and Russell Westbrook (Second Team) also made All-NBA teams.
David Lombardi gives us a Colorado football preview, telling us how the Buffs beat you and how to beat the Buffs on offense and defense.
Former Oregon State AD Bob De Carolis talks about his resignation in this conference call with the media, explaining he decided to resign after he was told he wouldn’t get an extension.
Due to injuries all throughout the lineup and starting rotation, Stanford baseball is finishing up its worst season since 1946, as Jon Wilner informs us.
Utah basketball coach Larry Krystkowiak talks about the rule-change proposals, as well as the departure of director of operations Norm Parrish (off to Hawai'i as an assistant) in this Salt Lake Tribune-produced link.