Roundup: Announcing the 2016 Husky Hall of Fame class
Washington announced its 2016 Husky Hall of Fame class on Tuesday. Nate Robinson and Olin Kreutz are just a few of the inductees.
Former Stanford football player Rollins Stallworth said that two Stanford football captains sat out a week of summer workouts and meetings last year to protest the school’s delay in providing players with their scholarship money. He made the remarks Tuesday as a panelist at a forum by the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics.
Utah deputy AD Kyle Brennan is returning to Utah after accepting the AD job at Montana State last week, saying it was a “total family decision” to come back to Utah.
Washington State basketball forward Josh Hawkinson threw out the first pitch at a Seattle Mariners game on Tuesday, and let’s just say it wasn’t a good one. Stick to the hardwood, kid.
USC lacrosse is getting set to host the first-ever West Coast NCAA Tournament games this Friday and Sunday. The Coliseum should provide a pretty epic background this weekend.
This is from last week, but if you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and watch Cal pitcher Ryan Mason throw a baseball through a falling tube. That description doesn’t do it justice – click on the link to watch. This is insane.
Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Sharp describes the roller coaster that is the Russell Westbrook experience. Russ was a force again in Game 5 of the Thunder-Spurs series, erupting for 35 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists (against eight TOs) in the Thunder’s 95-91 win over San Antonio.
Daniel Uthman of USA Today Sports posts this conversation with Scott Frost, the first-year UCF head coach and former Oregon offensive coordinator.
Brian Howell lets us know that Colorado women’s basketball point guard Kennedy Leonard is trying out for the Great Britain U-20 team this summer (her mother is a native of Scotland).
At 34-18 overall and 11-10 in conference play, Arizona softball needs to finish strong if it wants to host a regional, notes Zack Rosenblatt of the Arizona Daily Star.
Doug Haller fills us in on wide receiver John Humphrey, the former Oklahoma Sooner who recently transferred to Arizona State. He’s fast- the dude can run a 4.26 40.
Continuing along with her spring position reviews, Gina Mizell dissects the Oregon State linebacker situation.