Roundup: The 'beautiful, brash mind' of Josh Rosen
Check out this well-done feature on UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen by Bleacher Report’s Matt Hayes entitled “A Beautiful, Brash Mind.” Here’s a quote from Rosen in the piece – “I am not going to be fake. I will not be a robot.”
Washington receiver Brayden Lenius is suspended for the first three games of the season for an unspecified violation of team rules, Chris Petersen announced Monday. The Dawgs will be without the services of Lenius against Rutgers, Idaho and Portland State.
Oregon redshirt junior Caitlyn Wong was named Pac-12 Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week Tuesday by the conference. She's the first Duck to take home a weekly award in almost three years.
With the latest depth chart out, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez hasn’t settled on a starting quarterback, with a big “OR” listed between Anu Solomon and Brandon Dawkins (Michael Lev with the link).
Stanford women’s volleyball middle blocker Audriana Fitzmorris was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week and Freshman of the Week, the Pac-12 announced Monday. Here is the Stanford release on the work Fitzmorris did over the weekend against USD and Minnesota.
Neill Woelk of CUBuffs.com gives us a nice little history of Colorado live mascots Ralphie IV and Ralphie V, as one of the two buffaloes have rushed the field for Buffs fans since 1998.
In this Pac-12 Network video feature, Washington State quarterback Luke Falk reflects on his career in the Palouse, going from walk-on to starter.
Here’s a position-by-position breakdown of the USC-Alabama game, provided to us by Alex Scarborough and Kyle Bonagura of ESPN.
Kevin Gemmell tells us that Arizona State has some question marks on the offensive line. The Sun Devils are looking to replace four starters up front.
So how will Oregon State measure its progress in the second year of Gary Andersen’s tenure of head coach? That’s the question Gina Mizell poses to us. Expectations are low for the Beavs, mainly because of how stacked the Pac-12 North is.
Kyle Goon preps us for Utah football’s season opener against Southern Utah. The Thunderbirds won the Big Sky title last year and have a new head coach who was on the SUU staff last season.
Jon Wilner grades Cal’s win over Hawai’i, giving the Golden Bears a B- for their efforts in Sydney.
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