Roundup: Stanford football alums in NFL training camps
With NFL teams having opening up training camps, read this GoStanford.com link to get caught up on Stanford football alums in NFL training camps. Eighteen NFL teams have at least one former Cardinal on their training camp roster.
Utah is a potential destination for former Oregon receiver Darren Carrington, reports The Salt Lake Tribune. Carrington’s father told the Trib that a decision on where he will play in 2017 will happen “very soon.”
Team Colorado lost in the Super 16 of The Basketball Tournament, dropping an 84-75 decision to Armored Athlete (BuffZone.com).
From late last week – the Memphis Grizzlies signed Dillon Brooks (AP). The former Duck was drafted 45th overall by the Houston Rockets before getting traded.
UCLA men’s basketball announced that its 10th annual Dribble for the Cure will take place Oct. 15. Dribble for the Cure has raised more than $1.2 million for researching and treating pediatric cancer.
Mike Miazga of Volleyball Magazine features new Cal volleyball coach Matt McShane. The former Cal assistant was also the head coach at Air Force for six years.
Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star believes that Arizona receiver Shun Brown is the second most valuable player for the Wildcats in 2017. Dude led the 'Cats in receiving yardage last season.
Old roundup friend Doug Haller gives us five questions for Arizona State football as it starts preseason camp Tuesday.
Gina Mizell writes about Oregon State offensive lineman Blake Brandel putting on weight, as he is now tipping the scale at around 325 pounds.
Nearly a week old now, but Christian Caple breaks down Washington men’s basketball’s nonconference schedule, which includes Kansas and Gonzaga.
Here’s an interesting question posed by CougCenter – what is your favorite fourth quarter in Washington State history? Mark Sandritter is going with the 2012 Apple Cup.
Read Bill Plaschke’s column on USC’s relationship with O.J. Simpson.