Roundup: Arizona mourns passing of OL Zach Hemmila
An emotional Rich Rodriguez told reporters Monday morning that Arizona is mourning the loss of offensive lineman Zach Hemmila, who passed away in his sleep overnight. Our thoughts are with the Wildcats.
USC running backs coach Tommie Robinson understand his backs can fly. But he's here to remind them they're expected to block as well, reports ESPN's Kyle Bonagura.
Todd Graham isn't sweating experience along the Sun Devils' offensive line. He's got a lot of faith in offensive line coach Chris Thomsen, who he compares to legendary NFL coach Tom Landry, reports AZCentral.com's Doug Haller.
Colorado linebacker Derek McCartney has deep roots with the Buffs. He discusses his relationship and advice gleaned from his grandfather, legendary CU coach Bill McCartney, with BuffZone.com's Pat Rooney.
Tough luck for former Ducks lineman Hroniss Grasu, who suffered what is believed to be a serious knee injury that threatens his status for the center's second NFL season. Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times has more.
Washington's young core isn't limited to much-hyped freshman Markelle Fultz. In their visit to Australia, sophomore Dominic Green dropped 20 points in a blowout exhibition win Monday against Sydney University.
Incoming Stanford freshman Katie Ledecky expectedly smashed the world record in the 400 freestyle. You know what's good when the swimmers who finish five seconds behind her say they are both "gobsmacked" and "having a good race," as the Los Angeles Times' Bill Plaschke writes.
Kate Hairopolous of the Dallas Morning News profiled incoming UCLA gymnast Madison Kocian's recovery from several injuries. Kocian had quite the start in Rio with the highest uneven bars score for a dominant Team USA.
First-year Utes receivers coach Guy Holliday is attempting to build a more physical mentality for his crop of wideouts, reports The Salt Lake Tribune's Kyle Goon.
The Seattle Times' Stefanie Loh gives us a sneak peak at the Cougars' depth chart as of now. The receivers have a talented group, while WSU fans will be learning about a few new faces in the defensive backfield.
Cal redshirt freshman receiver Carlos Strickland announced his plans to leave the school in order to be closer to his ill grandfather back home in Texas, reports SFGate.com's Connor Letourneau.
OregonLive.com's Gina Mizell chops it up with Beavers captain Devin Chappell.