Roundup: Jared Goff focused on 2015, not 2016
Kyle Bonagura writes that Cal quarterback Jared Goff is focused on the 2015 season and not the NFL, where he could very well be playing next season. First things first – getting the Golden Bears back to a bowl game.
USC head coach Steve Sarkisian said he will seek treatment and not drink during the season following what happened at USC’s “Salute to Troy” kickoff event Saturday.
Arizona State running backs coach Bo Graham resigned Monday for personal reasons. He is the son of head coach Todd Graham.
Chantel Jennings writes that a two-quarterback system at Oregon isn’t completely out of the question this year with Vernon Adams and Jeff Lockie.
Nice feature by Salt Lake Tribune columnist Gordon Monson on Utah quarterback Travis Wilson and all he has endured entering his senior season.
David Lombardi discusses the “swag” of the UCLA defense. Much of the talk around UCLA camp has been the quarterback situation, but this Bruins defense could be the real deal Holyfield.
SB Nation’s Football Study Hall looks at some advanced stats to predict which wide receivers will have breakout seasons in 2015, and there are a ton of Pac-12 names in the article.
Brian Howell talks about the Buffs’ return game and how punt returns are becoming a lost art in college football.
Percy Allen of the Seattle Times features Washington cornerbacks Sidney Jones and Darren Gardenhire and the paths they took to get starting spots in the Huskies’ secondary.
Former Stanford soccer player Rachel Van Hollebeke wrote a letter announcing her retirement from professional soccer at the end of the 2015 season to begin medical school. The artist formerly known as Rachel Buehler plays for Portland Thorns FC of the NWSL.
Former Arizona basketball standout Jason Terry re-signed with the Houston Rockets, he announced on Twitter Monday. It’s a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum.
The Oregonian’s Danny Moran gives us an update on how Michael Conforto is doing with the New York Mets. The former Beav is hitting .270 over 22 games and has had a couple of three-hit games recently.
Washington State women’s soccer beat Idaho 3-1 Monday in front of the third-largest crowd in program history (1,232). The game was postponed to Monday from Sunday night due to poor air quality.