Roundup: Arizona football parodies Gladiator in latest hype video
If you haven’t watched the latest Arizona football hype video parodying Gladiator, do yourself a favor and click on the preceding link. The thing is already almost at 70,000 views and it was posted Friday.
Cal football opened its season with a relatively comfortable 51-31 win over Hawai’i in Australia, but Ben Kercheval writes that Cal has plenty of questions to answer going forward, specifically on the defensive side of the ball. Quarterback Davis Webb isn’t among those questions for now after putting up impressive numbers – 38-54, 441 yards and four touchdowns.
Right after we put the Friday roundup live, it was announced that Dakota Prukop will be Oregon’s starting quarterback for the Ducks’ season opener against UC Davis. Justin Herbert will be the backup, followed by Terry Wilson and Travis Jonsen. Also, Oregon suspended defensive end Torrodney Prevot for a conduct violation, as he is currently under investigation by the UO Police Department as a result of a former Oregon athlete claiming he assaulted her twice this year (Daily Emerald on the reporting, Yahoo Sports on the link).
Following her suspension from the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, former Washington goalkeeper Hope Solo is taking an indefinite “personal leave of absence” from the Seattle Reign, her professional club (People).
The 11th-ranked Stanford women’s volleyball team upset No. 3 Minnesota 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Maples Pavilion. With the No. 1 recruiting class in tow and Inky Ajanaku back, the Cardinal should be a serious threat this year.
No. 7 USC women’s volleyball has started the season 0-3 after getting swept by UC Irvine Saturday night. It’s the first time the Trojans have started 0-3 since 1990.
Kyle Goon writes that the fate of Utah’s season depends on the passing game. Can Troy Williams air it out for the Utes?
Brian Howell believes that Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau is primed to have his best season in Boulder. He’ll likely become the Buffs’ all-time leading passer this season, but will it be enough to get Colorado to six wins?
Surprise, surprise – the Washington State flag showed up at the Cal-Hawai’i game in Sydney. What else did you expect?
How will Oregon State football do in 2016? Gina Mizell tackles the question in slideshow form with a little blurb on each game on the Beavs’ schedule.
After a couple of rough outings, Houston Texans QB Brock Osweiler looked good against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, as the former Sun Devil completed 11-of-13 passes for 146 yards and a score.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen of the Los Angeles Daily News features UCLA running backs coach Kennedy Polamalu.
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