Roundup: Meet Andy Enfield on Spreecast

Trojan fan, you aren't going to want to miss a chance to meet Andy Enfield on Spreecast THIS AFTERNOON at 3 p.m. PT. To sweeten the pot, USC is giving away free tickets to the Trojans' home basketball game against UCLA to the fan who asks the best question to Enfield.

The Bank of the West Classic is happening on The Farm right now and the opening round produced a familiar result in a familiar setting as Stanford's Nicole Gibbs won her match in straight sets.

If you ever had dreams of being a sixth-string quarterback in college, Colorado in 2013 might be the place and time to do it. After losing Nick Hirschman, Shane Dillon and Jordan Webb, the Buffs saw John Schrock leave the team to pursue med school.

Uncle Ted of the ESPN Pac-12 Blog believes Cassius Marsh is UCLA's under-the-radar player who could make a huge impact in 2013.

Myron Medcalf has Arizona State's Jahii Carson at No. 3 on his list of 10 most indispensable players in college basketball. Of course, Andrew Wiggins is No. 1 (no matter if you like it, ready take this sit down and write it). [Editor's note: Did you just make a Nelly reference?]

Continuing on with his top-50 countdown, Anthony Gimino lists Bobby Lee Thompson as Arizona's 42nd-best football player of all time. Thompson was a running back at THE UA from 1960-61, back when THE UA was a member of the Border Conference (1960) and an independent (1961) as it transitioned to the WAC.

Ya know, I'm a fan of this Lindsay Brauner and her interviewing skillz for California Golden Blogs. In her latest post, she uncovered the Berkeley bromance between Todd Barr and Jason Gibson. Very candid four minutes right here.

Big ups to Oregon baseball's Scott Heineman being named to a starter in the Cape Cod League All-Star Game. Dude is hitting .340 for the Brewster Whitecaps in what is widely considered the best collegiate baseball summer league out there.

Speaking of summer ball, Gabe Clark is spending the summer with the Corvallis Knights trying to find his swing. After hitting .511 his senior year in high school, Clark hit just .161 as a freshman for the Beavs. Of course, collegiate pitchers are just a tad bit better.

Attn: Husky football fans -- your opening-day opponent, Boise State, has been picked to win the Mountain West to the surprise of nobody. For more tangible Dawg news, Washington men's basketball will face Indiana in its opening game of the 2K Sports Classic in New York City.

Let's get you ready for another season opener, as CougCenter dissects Auburn's 4-2-5 defense in preparation for Washington State's lidlifter in Alabama.

Why is Utah football presented with the biggest opportunity in program history? Click on the link directing you to the Deseret News article to find out (honestly, can't say I really agree with it, but it's an interesting perspective).

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