Roundup: Media says Oregon in North, USC in South
It’s time for the 2015 Pac-12 Football Media Days (Thursday-Friday in Burbank at Warner Bros. Studios), and the media has chosen USC to win the Pac-12 championship. The pundits picked Oregon to win the North, so this is the championship game and outcome the media thought was going to happen in 2012 (it turned out to be UCLA-Stanford that year).
Sweet – adidas revealed Arizona State football’s 2015 uniforms. Looking fresh; it’s #AllAboutThePitchfork.
Kyle Whittingham said Wednesday that Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium could expand by 10,000 seats. Nothing official yet though.
Washington State coach Mike Leach doesn’t see what the big deal is about Deflategate, as he said every team should be given deflated footballs to fill up however they want.
Tim Booth of the Associated Press writes that Washington coach Chris Petersen has “mixed emotions” about playing at Boise State in the Dawgs’ season opener. Of course, Petersen led the Broncos to national prominence during his eight-year tenure in Idaho.
California Golden Blogs posts the Cal football depth chart.
Methinks you should watch this Crosstown showdown on ESPN between Steve Sarkisian and Jim Mora. Part of the car wash, y’all.
Former Stanford offensive lineman Jonathan Martin is retiring. He injured his back in the offseason and would have required surgery had he chosen to continue playing (he woulda been a Panther this year).
The Arizona Daily Star tells us that Scooby Wright III will lead the Arizona linebackers again in 2015.
CougCenter wants to know your bold prediction for Washington State football in 2015.
Rob Rang examines the Oregon State prospects for the 2016 NFL Draft. All eyes on Isaac Seumalo, Storm Barrs-Woods and Victor Bolden.
Chantel Jennings encourages you to get a sense of what it’s like to take the field with Oregon football. The Ducks recently released a video giving off that vibe, and Jennings embeds it in the aforementioned link.
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