Roundup: Travis Wilson or Kendal Thompson?



Intriguing – college football guru Phil Steele thinks Kendal Thompson will win the starting quarterback job at Utah over Travis Wilson. Steele likes the Utes to be in the thick of the Pac-12 South race.

Oregon State

Word on the street is that the recently-announced-to-be-transferring Richard Mullaney visited Alabama Monday. Mullaney can play next year since he graduated at Oregon State.

Arizona State

Jeff Metcalfe reports that Arizona State will pay an extra $600,000 to cover the full cost of attendance for athletes at ASU. Sun Devils on full athletic scholies will get around $2,000-$2,500 more in the 2015-16 season to cover all costs.


With pops one win away from his first NBA title as a head coach (in his first season as a head coach), Nick Kerr wants to be a coach as well, writes Jeff Faraudo. Kerr has transferred from San Diego to Cal as a graduate student and plans to play as a walk-on for the Golden Bears in 2015-16. His new roommate? Cal volleyball player Maddy Kerr (his sister).


This article from Bruce Pascoe details Sean Miller’s involvement in the selection process of the USA U19 team that will play in the U19 World Championships in Greece. The Arizona head coach is also the head man of the USA U19 squad, and the boys started practicing Monday.


Stanford women’s lacrosse player Lucy Dikeou was named to the U.S. women’s national lacrosse team, it was announced by Stanford Sunday.


Jack Wang points out that UCLA linebacker Myles Jack was named a Sporting News preseason All-American.

Washington State

Washington State women’s rowers Jordan Watson and Nicole Hare were named All-Americans Monday, with Watson getting a first-team nod and Hare earning a second-team slot.


Props – Washington women’s crew coach Bob Ernst was inducted into the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Hall of Fame Monday. Ernst has spent 41 years at U-Dub guiding either the men’s or women’s team (now the women’s team) and has won eight national championships.


Colorado soccer coach Danny Sanchez announced that former Colorado goalkeeper Annie Brunner has been added to the coaching staff as the coordinator of performance analysis and camp operations.


Wanna see where USC baseball players are playing summer ball? Click on the link, then. Trojans will span the nation from Alaska to Cape Cod.


David Lombardi goes into a little detail about the big picture of the success of Oregon football.

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