Roundup: Brock becoming Baynes?
Former Washington State basketball player Brock Motum is beasting for the Utah Jazz at Las Vegas Summer League. He scored 16 points (on just nine shots) and grabbed six boards Monday night. Do we have another Aron Baynes on our hands (as far as career path is concerned)?
Will we see Arizona State hockey play at the NCAA level? Ray Anderson talks about it in this House of Sparky link.
Yet again, Washington basketball alum Justin Holiday was one of the top performers at Summer League Monday, this time scoring 26 points and almost hitting another game-winner. Get this man a training camp invite STAT.
UCLA football alum and former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe says that the Vikings did not release the results of their investigation into how he was treated after publicly supporting gay marriage (the Vikings agreed to look into it). The poor treatment allegedly comes from special teams coordinator Mike Priefer.
Here are the Pac-12 wide receivers on the Biletnikoff Award watch list. Seven of ‘em in total.
Graham Watson of Yahoo! Sports discusses the bond created through the Colorado football-CU police department softball game. The football team won 14-9, for what it’s worth.
Sweet: Former Oregon State basketball player Angus Brandt is on the preliminary Australian roster for the FIBA World Cup. The aforementioned Aron Baynes is also on the roster.
Gary Parrish of CBS Sports ponders whether or not Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller is the second-best recruiter in the nation behind John Calipari. The evidence says he is.
Let’s continue along with the ESPN Pac-12 Blog’s ultimate Pac-12 football road trip. For Week 2, Kevin Gemmell says Michigan State-Oregon in Eugene is the game to be at.
So USC quarterback Cody Kessler had a solid showing at the Manning Passing Academy accuracy competition over the weekend, reaching the semifinals. Sean Mannion won the whole thing.
Athlon Sports does a Q&A with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, so you should read that.
Cal softball alums Valerie Arioto and Jolene Henderson won gold with Team USA at the World Cup of Softball, going 7-0 at the tournament in Irvine.
One of the focuses for Utah football in fall camp is to improve the offensive line play, says Block U. A preliminary depth chart is included.
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