Roundup: Final year in the booth for legendary CU football broadcaster
Colorado football broadcaster Larry Zimmer will retire after the 2015 season, CU SID extraordinaire David Plati informs. This will be Zimmer’s 42nd season on the call in some form (play-by-play or color) for the Buffs and 50th overall calling football games. Plati does a great job of putting into perspective how long Zimmer has been doing his thing.
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has decided not to file felony charges against Diddy for an altercation he got into with a UCLA football staff member.
Washington men’s crew started competition at the Henley Royal Regatta with a W over Collingwood College Thursday. The regatta takes place on the River Thames in England.
In the crazy world of NBA free agency, word on the street is that Robin Lopez will sign with the Knicks if they can’t land DeAndre Jordan. It’d give him a chance to be closer to twin bro Brook.
Former Cal basketball player David Kravish will play on the Golden State Warriors’ Summer League team in Las Vegas, it was announced Thursday. Kravish holds the Cal school career record for blocks and will team up in Sin City with a couple of guys he used to try to deny – Stanford’s Chasson Randle and Stefan Nastic.
Staying on the Summer League tip, Connor Letourneau notes that Jared Cunningham will play for the Utah Jazz and Eric Moreland will play for the Sacramento Kings in July.
Matthew Piper of The Salt Lake Tribune dives into the Utah athletic department budget five years after being invited to join the Pac-12.
Jerry Hinnen of CBS Sports whips up an Oregon football 2015 season preview and labels the Ducks the favorites to win the Pac-12.
New Arizona State women’s golf coach Missy Farr-Kaye talks about getting the head coaching gig in this video.
Jon Gold of the Arizona Daily Star conducts this Q&A with Arizona athletics’ Suzy Mason, the senior associate athletic director for events, facilities and operations.
David Lombardi finishes up his replacements series by looking at who needs to fill in the gaps for Washington State football in 2015.
Find out how former USC women’s tennis players are doing on the pro circuit.