Roundup: Utah and Washington ready for round 2
Here’s the Pac-12 Networks’ Washington-Utah men’s basketball game preview. The Dawgs play at Utah Wednesday night (6 p.m. PT/7 p.m. MT, ESPN2).
Kyle Goon is of the opinion that this game against Washington will test the Utes’ “survival instincts.” Utah needs this one in the worst way after an 0-2 trip to Oregon.
Stanford defensive line coach Randy Hart announced his retirement Tuesday. Hart spent the last six of his 46 years as a full-time college football coach on The Farm and also coached at Tampa, Iowa State, Purdue, THE Ohio State University and Washington.
UCLA gymnast Sophina DeJesus’ hip-hop moves during her floor routine was picked up by the New York Times in this article by Victor Mather. She has a dance background, performing on the TV show “Hip Hop Harry.”
Wanna see what Sun Devil Stadium will look like after renovations are completed in 2017? Just click on The Arizona Republic link, then.
Jeff Eisenberg of Yahoo! Sports picks Arizona basketball’s all-time starting five: Mike Bibby, Damon Stoudamire, Sean Elliott, Derrick Williams and Bob Elliott. Thoughts?
Cal basketball big man Kameron Rooks is rounding into form for the Golden Bears, writes Connor Letourneau. Rooks has broken or tied his career high in rebounding in each of his last four games.
As Colorado gets ready for a Thursday nighter against Wazzu, Tre’Shaun Fletcher is looking to build on his last performance, a 15-point, 6-board effort at Oregon State.
Jeff Nusser of CougCenter reminds us about the time that Marshawn Lynch took an official visit to Washington State. Apparently he enjoyed his time on the Palouse and grubbed out on some Jack in the Box.
Uncle Ted features USC quarterback Max Browne, who is (finally) in the running for the starting gig in 2016.
Time for a little buy-or-sell: Does Oregon have the most to prove in 2016 on the football field? Chantel Jennings and Kevin Gemmell channel their inner ESPN-ness and embrace debate.
Oregon State football coach Gary Andersen thinks being on the quarter system is a “huge weapon” in recruiting, as it allows Andersen to start spring practice on the start of a new term (thanks, Gina Mizell).