Roundup: Josh Rosen named starting QB at UCLA
Head coach Jim Mora named Josh Rosen the starting quarterback for UCLA. The true freshman who beat out Jerry Neuheisel for the gig has a little more than a week to get ready for his first collegiate snap against Virginia.
Head coach Steve Sarkisian discussed treatment on the Pac-12 Networks training camp special on USC. You also get to see Sark’s up-downs at the end of the video that were punishment the players doled out to him.
Stanford football announced its six team captains for 2015 – QB Kevin Hogan, OLB Kevin Anderson, OG Joshua Garnett, CB Ronnie Harris, ILB Blake Martinez and OT Kyle Murphy.
ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit is picking Arizona State to go to the College Football Playoff in his 15th annual Herbie Awards.
The Oregon Duck released a parody making fun of the Alabama sorority video that caused quite the controversy.
Ted Miller writes about how Rich Rodriguez is elevating the Arizona football program.
Former Golden Bear and 13-year NFL veteran Andre Carter is joining the Cal football staff as a graduate-student assistant as he completes his undergrad degree.
Chantel Jennings tells us that Utah is in the same quarterback situation it was a year ago – with Travis Wilson as the starter and Kendal Thompson very close behind. That said, Kyle Whittingham feels more confident in the two this year.
Gina Mizell details the extra conditioning sessions Oregon State football players participated in during the offseason. Working out to the point of throwing up? That’s one of a million reasons why I would have never cut it on the gridiron. Another reason would be 5 a.m. conditioning for fun…
Adam Jude breaks down the potential Washington offensive depth chart. A couple of big “OR”s next to Jake Browning and K.J. Carta-Samuels’ names (Jeff Lindquist listed after the second “OR”).
Jacob Thorpe previews the Washington State running backs. It sounds like Gerard Wicks, Jamal Morrow and Keith Harrington will see significant touches this year for an Air Raid offense.
Pat Rooney of BuffZone.com features Colorado basketball freshman Thomas Akyazili, a native of Belgium who has experience with the country’s national teams up to the U-20 level.