Roundup: #TeamKaDeem campaign gets rolling
Now that he is leading the nation in rushing (again) and has proved himself off the field as well, the Wildcats are campaigning for #TeamKaDeem (again).
Cal has the 'Cats next, and the Golden Bears might deal with two problems against Arizona: 1) the man we were talking about above and 2) quarterback B.J. Denker.
Some very unfortunate news out of Stanford, where David Shaw announced that Ben Gardner is out for the season with a pectoral muscle injury. The defensive end is a fifth-year senior, meaning he’ll never play a down of college football again (though he can certainly play in the NFL). As such, Ben Gardner wrote this message to the Stanford family.
Man, this dude is one cool customer: Marcus Mariota earned UCLA’s respect after asking the refs to not throw a flag on Jordan Zumwalt for what looked to be a late hit out of bounds. They just don’t make ‘em like Marcus.
A reporter wanted to know what Jim Mora thought about the impending Oregon-Stanford clash since his team played them both in the last two weeks, and the head honcho went on to discuss how good of a battle UCLA-Colorado is going to be. This is but one example that UCLA has regrouped after consecutive losses.
When Washington State welcomes Arizona State into Pullman tomorrow night, the Cougars will be looking to cool off the Sun Devils’ Taylor Kelly, who torched the Cougs for 20 of 23 passing last season.
From Doug Haller’s blog… ESPN’s Todd McShay discusses Will Sutton and Marion Grice in the NFL Draft. He has Sutton going in the second round and Grice going in the fifth.
After being banged up consistently the last couple of years, it’s a good sign that Colorado has yet to lose a starter to injury this season, though that might change this week since Paul Richardson and Michael Adkins II remain day to day for the UCLA game.
Well-done story by Connor Letourneau of The Oregonian about Oregon State right tackle Sean Harlow, son of former USC star Pat Harlow, preparing to face his favorite childhood team—los Trojans. Already starting on the O-line as a freshman; impressive stuff.
On the other side of the football, USC cornerback Kevon Seymour expects to be busy against Oregon State, what with Sean Mannion and Brandin Cooks and all, and he's happy about it.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for the Ute quarterback, but Travis Wilson is hopeful his banged-up hand will be healed by the end of the week. Bye week came at a good time for him; Utes don’t play again until Nov. 9 against Arizona State.
It appears as though the Washington pass rush is making progress with the help of some youngsters up front.
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