Roundup: Utah CB Hatfield dismissed from team

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Utah

Kyle Whittingham announced Friday morning that Utah has dismissed cornerback Dominique Hatfield due to “further concerns” about his behavior.

Oregon

Vernon Adams isn’t yet listed as a graduate of Eastern Washington, but sources tell Bruce Feldman that the math class he needs to complete to graduate will be done next week.

Colorado

Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre has started the process of selecting team captains, saying he wants vocal leaders. At least that’s what Kyle Ringo writes, and I’ll take his word for it.

Oregon State

How are Oregon State baseball players faring in summer leagues across the nation? The Oregonian’s Connor Letourneau has the breakdown. He also tells us that running back Storm Woods has changed his name to Storm Barrs-Woods to honor his mother.

USC

USC quarterback Cody Kessler got in some work at Elite 11, a quarterback camp for high schoolers. He also spoke to the campers about why he decided to return to Troy. THE Ohio State University’s J.T. Barrett was also there.

Washington State

Washington State football freshmen are on the summer “Bridge Program,” and Jacob Thorpe explains exactly what that is.

Arizona

New Arizona baseball coach Jay Johnson announced that he has hired assistant coaches Dave Lawn and Sergio Brown.

Stanford

Stanford football players Blake Martinez and Joshua Garnett were named to award watch lists Friday, with the linebacker Martinez getting a spot on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list and the offensive lineman being named to the Outland Trophy watch list.

UCLA

UCLA’s eighth annual “Dribble for the Cure” will take place Oct. 11. The event raises money and awareness for pediatric cancer.

California

Chip Patterson believes “The Play” from the Cal-Stanford game would have broken Twitter if it existed back in 1982. Colorado’s fifth down against Missouri and Vince Young beating USC also get some love on this list of “what-if-Twitter-was-around-way-back-when” from the CBS Sports writer.

Arizona State

Doug Haller details why Arizona State offensive lineman Christian Westerman is an athletic “freak,” as initially described by college football pundit Bruce Feldman. Two Feldman mentions in the roundup is a first, though it shouldn’t have taken nearly three years for that to happen.

Washington

The Seattle Times’ Adam Jude previews Washington football’s 2015 season opener against Boise State. Friday night lights for Chris Petersen’s first game in Boise since departing from there for U-Dub. Think the fans in Idaho will be just a little pumped up for this one?

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