Roundup: Rondae's got a big Summer League appetite



Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is holding a giant bag of popcorn for some reason. Hope he’s not planning to eat all of it… #SharingIsCaring. Also, Arizona’s Scooby Wright is on the Lombardi and Butkus Award watch lists.


Norman Powell might be the UCLA alum grabbing the most headlines at Summer League, but Larry Drew II had 16 assists and five steals for the New Orleans Pelicans Monday afternoon.


Cal men’s basketball will play San Diego State in the first round of the Las Vegas Invitational, with the winner taking on the winner of West Virginia-Richmond.


Prompted by an article from the Register-Guard’s Austin Meek, Kevin Gemmell wonders if Vernon Adams is already impacting the Ducks.


A couple of college kickers have posted videos of themselves booting 75- or 80-yard field goals, but Utah kicker Andy Phillips is not impressed, notes Kevin Gemmell.


The ESPN Pac-12 Blog chooses Washington at Boise State for its road trip destination for the first weekend of the college football season.

Washington State

David Lombardi writes that Washington State’s offense is looking for more balance under center – Cougars quarterbacks started out of shotgun on 1,010 of 1,011 plays last year. That said, the offense should like a tad different in that respect in 2015.

Oregon State

Oregon State offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo has been named to the Lombardi Award watch list (best lineman in college footbawl).


Hath been seven years since he’s won a major (2008 U.S. Open), but Tiger Woods is still chasing Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major titles, pens Associated Press’ Paul Newberry. The British Open begins Thursday.

Arizona State

Doug Haller writes that the first phase of reconstruction at Sun Devil Stadium is almost done. Big-time renovations underway in Tempe.


Brian Howell features Colorado women’s basketball freshman guard Kennedy Leonard. She wants to win the starting PG gig right away, but she’ll have some competition from Brecca Thomas and Alexis Robinson.


Here are how Trojans big-leaguers are doing at the MLB All-Star break. Thanks, RipsIt blog. All-Star game is tonight, and just remember that this time, it counts.

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