Roundup: Who's under center for Oregon State?

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Oregon State

Seth Collins or Nick Mitchell? The question might not be that simple, because Marcus McMaryion is getting first-team reps at quarterback for Oregon State, reports Gina Mizell.


FOX Sports’ Stewart Mandel thinks Oregon will repeat as Pac-12 champions by beating Arizona State in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game. He also says no Pac-12 team will make the College Football Playoff because he thinks the league will cannibalize itself.


Jordan Moore of The RipsIt Blog helps us get to know Trojan linebacker Anthony Sarao. Dude's doing work on the field and in the classroom. After receiving an undergraduate degree in policy, planning and development this past spring, he's now going for a Master's degree in communication management.


Hey there, look at UCLA’s black alternate uniforms for football. Insert fire emojis here.

Arizona State

David Lombardi writes that Arizona State is disconnected from the world while at Camp Tontozona – “no TV, no cell phones, no electronics, no iPads, no nothing,” in the words of Todd Graham.


Stanford will be relying on Christian McCaffrey to provide an offensive boost this year, deducts Kevin Gemmell. Run game, return game, receiving; he’ll be expected to get it done in a few areas.


Jordan Rigsbee has moved back to center for Cal football, notes Jeff Faraudo. The senior played right tackle in 2014 but played center for the final eight games of 2013 and has earned the starting spot there for this season.


Kyle Goon features Utah tight end Caleb Repp. The freshman was originally slated to be a defensive end for the Utes (a position he had never played in high school – he played WR, safety and cornerback as a prep) before getting the call from the coaching staff the day before camp that he was going to be a TE. He’s already turning heads at his new position, Goon notes.

Washington State

Jacob Thorpe has this write-up on Washington State wide receiver Robert Lewis, a small dude (5’9’’, 162 pounds) who is a big-time playmaker.


Brian Howell discusses Jaleel Awini’s transition to linebacker for Colorado; he was originally a quarterback for Air Force (and had a 23-to-1 TD-to-INT ratio in high school – wow).


Here’s the campus scoop with Mike Yam at Washington, courtesy of Pac-12 Networks PR. The Washington football training camp special aired Wednesday night.


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