Roundup: Man with machete fatally shot by police in Colorado athletic facilities
Campus police fatally shot a man armed with a machete inside Colorado’s Champions Center Wednesday morning, according to reports (Boulder Daily Camera). The Champions Center is where the football program’s offices and indoor practice facility are located.
Cal safety Evan Rambo is out for the year with a torn ACL, head coach Sonny Dykes confirmed Tuesday afternoon (California Golden Blogs).
The Pac-12 reprimanded UCLA head coach Jim Mora for questioning the officiating in the Bruins’ win over Arizona on UCLA’s postgame radio show.
Arizona State quarterback Brady White is preparing for his first start, Doug Haller writes. There is no word on how severe Manny Wilkins’ injury is, other than Todd Graham saying that Wilkins is “questionable to doubtful” for Saturday.
Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich suggested that Dakota Prukop and Justin Herbert are competing for the starting quarterback job going into the Washington game on Saturday. Herbert led the Ducks to a touchdown on their final drive against Washington State, going in for a 4-yard score on his feet.
Stanford cornerbacks Alijah Holder and Quenton Meeks will likely miss the Washington State game, head coach David Shaw said at his Tuesday press conference. This would be the week to have healthy starting cornerbacks (Ray Hacke, San Jose Mercury News).
Former Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday won a bet with Vernon Adams, making Adams don some Coug gear after Wazzu beat the Ducks. The two are now teammates in the CFL with the Montreal Alouettes.
USC women's volleyball makes it's second appearance of the season on 'Spike Night' tonight, hosting Arizona State. The Trojans have a chance to win the program's 1,000th match
Austin Meek of The Register-Guard writes that the Pac-12 is rooting for Washington football since the Huskies have the best chance of representing the Pac-12 in the College Football Playoff. I don’t speak for the conference, but it would be nice to see the Dawgs go 13-0 (fellow Pac-12.com contributor Jocelyn Perry’s got my back on this one).
Gina Mizell writes that Oregon State quarterback Conor Blount is “continuing to learn.” He completed 8-of-16 passes for 45 yards and two picks in the loss to Colorado in relief of Darell Garretson.
Utah women’s gymnastics will be on television nine times in 2016-17, including the program’s first appearance on ESPNU. It’s all about the Red Rocks, yo.
Bruce Pascoe features Arizona basketball center Dusan Ristic, who is ready for life without Kaleb Tarczewski. Early signs are good – Ristic’s scoring and shooting percentage improved when Tarczewski missed seven games last season.
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