Roundup: Seth Collins to wide receiver?
So, maybe Seth Collins will play at wide receiver in the Civil War? Kyle Bonagura notes that Gina Mizell reported that the QB practiced Monday at the WR spot.
Wanna know why Washington State head coach Mike Leach doesn’t talk about injuries? He gave five reasons in Monday’s press conference, invoking HIPAA for one of them (Stefanie Loh of The Seattle Times does a good job breaking down the argument).
Matthew Piper notes that Utah wide receiver Britain Covey will not play against Colorado, but safety Tevin Carter probably will, according to Kyle Whittingham.
UCLA linebacker and Louisiana native Kenny Young compared the USC-UCLA rivalry to Alabama-LSU when talking with reporters on Wednesday.
Ted Miller writes that the USC-UCLA features high stakes for teams that have had far from perfect seasons.
Colorado football wants some quick improvements on offense after not reaching the end zone against Wazzu, notes Brian Howell.
David Lombardi places Vernon Adams at the top of his Pac-12 quarterback rankings after roasting USC on Saturday.
Arizona State men’s basketball beat NC State 79-76 in the Legends Classic Monday in Brooklyn in large thanks to a career-high 22 from Tra Holder and a 21-point, 16-board effort from Savon Goodman. The Sun Devils will now face Marquette on Tuesday in the championship game.
Stanford women’s basketball was stunned by Santa Clara Monday night, falling to the Broncos 61-58. It was the Broncos’ first win in Maples in 31 years. Last week, the Broncos lost to Washington by 45 and USC by 35, so this was a real shocker. Cheryl Coward of Hoopfeed.com has the story, storified through her tweets in this link.
Tim Booth of the Associated Press previews Washington men’s basketball’s matchup with Gonzaga in the first round of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas on Wednesday. The schools haven’t played in nearly nine years.
Watch this recap of Cal men’s basketball’s 89-63 win over Sam Houston State Monday night. Tyrone Wallace dropped some dimes.
Taryn Griffey led Arizona to a 67-52 win over Kansas Monday, scoring 17 points to help the ‘Cats rebound from a disappointing loss to San Diego. Daniel Gaona of the Arizona Daily Star has the gamer.