Roundup: Spring football in full bloom

John McGillen


Dan Greenspan of the Associated Press recaps the USC football spring game. Cody Kessler went 8-for-10 passing for 126 yards and a touchdown.


David Lombardi tells us what we learned from Stanford’s spring game. He likes how the defense, which has to replace a lot of talent, is coming along.


Ted Miller gives us his five observations from Arizona’s spring game, one of which is that the Wildcat offense is going to be pretty good.


One last thing from the ESPN Pac-12 Blog, because Kyle Bonagura believes that Cal’s secondary will be crucial to the team’s improvement in 2015.


Utah football coach Kyle Whittingham was pleased with Utah’s first spring scrimmage, which went down Saturday at Rice-Eccles.

Washington State

Washington State’s quarterbacks looked good in Saturday’s scrimmage, notes Jacob Thorpe. Peyton Bender was 23-for-30 for 241 yards and four touchdowns, while Luke Falk was 20-for-29 for 209 yards and three scores.


Nigel Williams-Goss explains why he’s leaving Washington in this article with the Seattle Times’ Percy Allen. Washington announced on Friday that Williams-Goss, Dustin Johnson and Gilles Dierickx are transferring.

Arizona State

Dan Bickley opines that new basketball coach Bobby Hurley is a “game changer” for Arizona State. Read the link to find out why.


The NBA rescinded Russell Westbrook’s latest technical foul, thus allowing him to play in Monday’s game against Portland. He picked up what was his 16th T Sunday in a game in which he scored a career-high 54 points (but OKC lost).


No. 2 Oregon softball swept No. 19 Arizona State this past weekend in Eugene. Despite a one-run affair on Sunday, the Ducks were dominant in the top-20 showdown throughout the the series.


Colorado women’s lacrosse won at San Diego State 7-6 Sunday, earning its first league win on the road in the process. Low-scoring game for lacrosse.

Oregon State

Connor Letourneau writes that “defensive miscues” cost Oregon State baseball its series with Oregon. The Beavs blew a 9-3 lead in a 10-9 loss Sunday and have now lost three straight series.

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