Roundup: Quarterback change on The Farm
Making a change under center, David Shaw announced on Tuesday that Keller Chryst will start at quarterback for Stanford against Arizona Saturday night. He replaces Ryan Burns, who threw three picks in the 10-5 loss to Colorado last weekend.
Cal men’s basketball coach Cuonzo Martin signed a contract extension through the 2020-21 season, the school announced Tuesday. Martin led the team to a 23-11 record and No. 4 seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
Arizona State is preparing Dillon Sterling-Cole to start if needed against Oregon (The Arizona Republic).
Kareem Copeland of The Associated Press writes that Utah quarterback Troy Williams is itching to face his former team when Washington visits Salt Lake City this weekend. Williams redshirted the 2013 season and played five games in 2014 for Petersen before transferring to Santa Monica College and then Utah.
David Lombardi gives us the skinny (or not-so-skinny) on Colorado making an In-N-Out order for 165 double-doubles with fries after the Buffs beat Stanford Saturday afternoon. Talk about going into detail on an In-N-Out order. Well done, Lombo.
Here’s an Oregon State football injury report courtesy of Danny Moran – Ryan Nall and Treston Decoud are questionable, while QB Conor Blount is probable for the Washington State game.
Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich isn’t talking about his signal-calling plans for the Arizona State game this weekend, Chantel Jennings notes. Hmm… I wonder why…
Ted Miller gives his opinion on why Chris Petersen was such a good fit for Washington. All he’s done is take Washington to a No. 4 ranking in his third season at the helm after spending more than a decade outside of the top 10; that’s all.
Kyle Bonagura discusses UCLA’s abandonment of the run game, as the Bruins attempted 71 passes (with a backup QB, no less) against Utah on Saturday.
Apparently Washington State football coach Mike Leach is causing Twitter problems for Arizona Cardinals long snapper Mike Leach, and CougCenter dives into the pressing issue (it centers around Wazzu Leach’s comments on Cubs fans). To his credit, Arizona Leach had some pretty good comebacks.
Joey Kaufman of the Los Angeles Daily News features USC football center Nico Falah, who, Kaufman quips, is the “center of attention.”
The Arizona Daily Star gives us a list of the 12 former Arizona basketball players on NBA rosters to start the 2016-17 regular season. Big shout out to T.J. McConnell for starting his second NBA season.