Roundup: Layshia Clarendon keeps the faith
Great, great, great, amazing, fantabulous, awesome read on The Players’ Tribune from former Cal women’s basketball player Layshia Clarendon on being gay, black, Christian and non-cisgender in the WNBA. Tremendous stuff here.
Oooh… check out these Arizona State “Desert Ice” uniforms. Me gustan.
Along these lines, the satin red helmets for Utah football are Gucci. The Utes will be wearing them in their season opener against Michigan. Here’s video of the Utah players finding out about the satin red helmets.
Tiger Woods shot a 6-under 64 in the first round of the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday. Woods needs to finish in first or all alone in second this weekend to give himself a chance to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs.
Sounds like UCLA head coach Jim Mora got after quarterback Josh Rosen a little bit in practice Wednesday. Mora’s gonna make him earn that starting gig over Jerry Neuheisel.
Chantel Jennings wonders how much Vernon Adams’ late start with Oregon will hinder him in the quarterback competition with Jeff Lockie.
Kyle Bonagura is of the opinion that the defensive line is the biggest position battle at Colorado right now.
So Washington State head coach Mike Leach walked to work with Ashley Adamson, and you’ll see more of this snippet on the Cougars’ "Football Training Camp" special Friday at 6 p.m. PT on your favorite channel.
Rich Rodriguez expects there to be more clarity on Arizona’s depth chart after the team’s scrimmage on Saturday.
Yeah, it’ll be the Cody Kessler show in 2015, but Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times notes that the Trojans are deep at quarterback even after the departure of Ricky Town. Max Browne, Sam Darnold and QB-turned-WR-but-could-serve-as-QB-in-an-emergency Jalen Greene are all high-level talents at the position.
The (Tacoma) News-Tribune reporter Christian Caple answers questions from a Washington football mailbag. There are some basketball questions thrown in there at the end as well.
Danny Moran of The Oregonian writes that Tanner Sanders left the Oregon State football team because he lost his passion for the game. Sanders announced the decision Wednesday on Twitter after a conversation with coach Gary Andersen Monday. Sanders will now try out for the baseball team.
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