Roundup: Take a hike with ASU's Bobby Hurley
Go take a hike, Sun Devils. No, really! Enjoy this piece by the Arizona Republic's Doug Haller on how hiking has helped ASU men's basketball head coach Bobby Hurley connect with his desert surroundings in Arizona.
Could Oregon State baseball repeat as national champions in 2019? According to The Oregonian's Nick Daschel, it's not so far-fetched.
Take a guess: Which school turns out the most draft talent across all sports? ESPN.com looked into it and have the Bruins in the nation's top 10.
Former Arizona hooper Allonzo Trier could be a viable option for the New York Knicks following a strong first weekend of NBA Summer League, writes Justin Spears of the Arizona Daily Star.
Get to know Mark Harlan, Utah's new athletic director. He goes in-depth with Amy Donaldson of Deseret News on his West Coast roots, bitter rivalries and Twitter drama.
Congratulations to Washington men's rowing, which won the Temple Challenge Cup in the U.K. on Sunday. UW women's rower Anna Thornton nabbed some hardware of her own, claiming the Stonor Challenge Trophy for women's double sculls.
More international success over the weekend: Cal men's golfer Collin Morikawa helped Team USA to a win at the Arnold Palmer Cup in France on Sunday. This is the second-straight year Morikawa and Team USA have claimed the cup.
Which Washington State football team was the best ever? PJ Kendall of CougCenter dives in.
We'll see some family love on the court when Colorado and Washington men's basketball face off this coming season, writes BuffZone.com's Pat Rooney.
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches all-academic selections are out and a whopping 14 Stanford women made the list. The team finished with a collective 3.42 GPA. Nerd Nation, stand up.
That same ACWPC all-academic list features eight Trojans, a program best for USC. Tamar Kazanjian leads the group with an impressive 3.82 GPA as a health and human sciences major.
Matt Prehm of Duck Territory asks (and answers) a question Oregon fans may have: How many touchdowns will Justin Herbert throw for in 2018?