Roundup: QB Marcus McMaryion to transfer from Oregon State
Oregon State quarterback Marcus McMaryion intends to transfer, he announced Monday. He recently lost out on the Beavers’ starting quarterback gig to Jake Luton.
The Cardinal's Tuesday morning was dominated by soccer news with Stanford women's soccer tabbed as the favorite to win the Pac-12 in the preseason coaches poll. Also on Tuesday, a combined four Cardinal soccer players were named to the Mac Hermann Trophy watch lists (two men, two women) along with a total of six other Pac-12 players.
Darren Carrington is officially eligible to play for the Utah football team, reports The Salt Lake Tribune. The former Duck will wear No. 9 for Kyle Whittingham and Co.
Now here’s one way to get your fans to come to a guarantee game – Arizona football will give away Rob Gronkowski bobbleheads at the team’s season opener against Northern Arizona.
Cal offensive lineman Daniel Juarez is retiring because of health issues, he announced on Twitter Sunday (San Francisco Chronicle with the story). Juarez was expected to miss the 2017 season after undergoing hip surgery.
Andrew Greif writes that Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert is “coming out of his shell,” as it seems like he has developed more confidence heading into his sophomore season.
Zach Helfand of the Los Angeles Times looks at how USC is using virtual reality to help its quarterbacks get extra reps. Pretty neat stuff.
Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times writes about UCLA’s depth along the defensive line and how much of a threat that could pose to opponents in 2017. Shout out to Serra (San Mateo) alum Matt Dickerson.
If you missed it last week, former Colorado associate head coach Jean Prioleau was named the men’s basketball head coach at San Jose State (USA Today via AP).
Monday was the 10-year anniversary of Barry Bonds breaking the MLB home run record, and Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated gives his thoughts on the validity of the Bonds’ record 10 years later.
Todd Milles, new Huskies beat writer for The News Tribune, features Washington wide receiver Chico McClatcher.
Check out the latest episode of the CougCenter Hour, the podcast produced by the SB Nation site devoted to all things Cougs.