Roundup: Natalie Coughlin speaks to Cal football team

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California

Former Cal swimmer and 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin spoke to the Cal football team Thursday, and California Golden Blogs has a little blurb about it.

Stanford

The two-time defending national champion Stanford men’s soccer team is ranked No. 1 in the United Soccer Coaches Preseason Poll, it was announced Thursday.

USC

Meanwhile, defending national champion USC women’s soccer is ranked third in the United Soccer Coaches Preseason Poll, with Stanford coming in just ahead of the Trojans at No. 2.

Oregon State

With Ryan Tannehill out with an injured left knee, former Oregon State quarterback Matt Moore is the Miami Dolphins’ No. 1 quarterback “right now,” head coach Adam Gase said Friday.

Colorado

Good article from Brett Dawson of The Oklahoman on Andre Roberson trying to correct his foul-line struggles. Everyone seemingly wants to give him pointers, but maybe it’s too much advice (yes, he’s tried underhanded, thank you very much).

Arizona

Andre Iguodala will be covering the PGA Championship for Turner Sports next week, and here’s an AP feature about Iggy getting ready to put his golf broadcasting hat on.

Utah

The Utah men’s basketball team is starting a 10-day tour of Spain and France (the Deseret News). The trip begins Saturday, and the Runnin’ Utes will play two games in Barcelona and one in Paris.

Washington State

Now here’s a fun one – Theo Lawson of The Spokesman-Review discusses how Mike Leach has used Twitter over the last few months. He has been pretty vocal about his situation with Texas Tech.

Oregon

Addicted to Quack gives us an Oregon football training camp report from Thursday. The shoulder pads came on, yo.

Arizona State

Doug Haller features Arizona State quarterback Manny Wilkins in his latest ASU practice report. He and Blake Barnett are in competition for the starting gig, and it sounds like Wilkins is putting in the work.

UCLA

Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times takes a look at how the NCAA getting rid of two-a-days is affecting the UCLA football team. Players are taking final exams for the summer right now, so this week has been a tough stretch.

Washington

Take a listen to the Husky Headlines podcast, courtesy of Adam Jude.

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