Roundup: Washington agrees to $119 million apparel deal with Adidas
Adam Jude reports that Washington is signing a 10-year, $119 million apparel deal with adidas. Assuming it is approved by the UW Board of Regents this week, it will be the seventh-most lucrative apparel deal in the country, Jude notes. Washington has been with Nike since 1997.
Good news for USC men’s basketball – Bennie Boatwright will return for his senior season, Joey Kaufman reports (first reported by CBS Sports).
Very interesting Q&A with Josh Rosen courtesy of Sam Alipour of ESPN. They talk about his perceived flaws that could have him go later in the draft than expected, religion, the environment, astrophysics…and on yeah, football.
Former Golden Bear sharpshooter Allen Crabbe scored 41 points on his birthday to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 114-105 win over the Chicago Bulls Monday night (Slam). By getting his 41 on 12-for-15 shooing, he became just the 10th player in NBA history to score at least 40 points on 15 field goal attempts or fewer.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck spoke with reporters Monday, saying his shoulder rehab wasn’t handled correctly but noting he has made a lot of progress (Yahoo Sports).
Lya Wodraska of The Salt Lake Tribune writes that Utah gymnastics will have a “favorable rotation” at the NCAA Championships. The Utes will open on the vault and close on the floor.
Colorado lacrosse’s Darby Kiernan and Sarah Brown were named Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. Big 10-7 win for the Buffs over USC last weekend.
Washington State’s Scotty Sunitsch was named Pac-12 Baseball Pitcher of the Week after throwing a no-hitter against Oregon for the Cougs’ first one-pitcher, nine-inning no-no since 1976.
Doug Haller writes that Arizona State football CEO Herm Edwards is ignoring the national scrutiny surrounding his reign at Arizona State.
Steve Mims of The Register-Guard writes that Oregon men’s basketball is trying to build a tougher non-conference schedule that includes more brand-name programs.
Kerry Eggers of the Portland Tribune takes a look at what Oregon State men’s basketball wants to accomplish in the offseason.
Michael Lev features Arizona outside receivers coach Taylor Mazzone, who is also the son of Arizona offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone.