Roundup: Jordan Morris scores for USMNT

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Stanford soccer player Jordan Morris scored for the U.S. Men’s National Team in its 2-0 victory over Mexico in a friendly Wednesday night, leading to this feature on Morris from FOX Soccer’s Kyle McCarthy. #DosACero


The WNBA draft is Thursday night, and San Jose native/former Husky Jazmine Davis is hoping for a shot in the WNBA. Jayda Evans, the women’s basketball guru herself, provides us with this read.


Historic Hayward Field will host the 2021 IAAF World Championships. No better location for a track & field event. Also, Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost says he’s gotten some stupid questions about Marcus Mariota in the scouting process. Too nice to play football? Pfft.


Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports pens this article on new Cal basketball signee Ivan Rabb trying to follow Damian Lillard’s path from Oakland to the NBA. The two lived right across the street from each other at one point. And a double-whammy of Cal features, because you should check out this Jon Solomon (CBS Sports) story on Cal offensive coordinator Tony Franklin, a conservative Southerner by birth who is falling for the liberal ways of Berkeley.


Utah’s Georgia Dabritz won the AAI Award for the nation’s top senior gymnast. It’s considered the Heisman Trophy for gymnastics, according to the press release.

Arizona State

Former Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong will attend the NFL draft, notes The Arizona Republic.

Oregon State

The “Pac-12 Football Weekly Crew” of Mike Yam, Nick Aliotti and Curtis Conway discuss Oregon State’s spring game, which is coming your way Saturday at 1 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks.


Kevin Gemmell considers USC wide receivers coach Tee Martin an underrated coach in the Pac-12; one of five listed by the ESPN Pac-12 Blogger.

Washington State

Ted Miller discusses the future of the Washington State defense in the hands of first-year coordinator Alex Grinch.


A four-and-a-half-month’s heads-up to the Colorado football fans out there – Colorado’s season-opener at Hawaii will be on CBS Sports Network (Sept. 3, 10 p.m. PT/11 p.m. MT; yes, late, I know).


Wanna learn about how UCLA linebacker Cameron Griffin’s rugby background helps him on the football field? Just click on this link provided to us by Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times, then.


Greg Hansen features Arizona baseball’s Bobby Dalbec, who homered against Arizona State’s stud closer Ryan Burr in the ninth inning Monday night to keep the Cats’ hopes for a regional bid alive.

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