Roundup: Luke Falk, Dom Williams impress at WSU spring game

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Washington State

Washington State held its spring game Saturday afternoon, and Jacob Thorpe writes that Luke Falk asserted himself as the No. 1 quarterback (with the help of stud WR Dom Williams, of course).


It was all about defense at Utah’s spring game, with White beating Red 12-0 and the only touchdown coming on a pick-six on the last play of the game.


Christian Caple gives us his standouts from the Washington football spring preview. He thinks Jeff Lindquist looked legit and has the edge atop the depth chart at QB heading into fall practice.


UCLA women’s water polo won the MPSF tournament by defeating Cal 9-8 in the championship game. The NCAA tournament is up next for the Bruins (and almost certainly Golden Bears, Trojans and Cardinal). Also, watch this UCLA student get tackled by Myles Jack in a video campaign to garner votes in a student body election.


Stanford women’s tennis players Taylor Davidson and Carol Zhao won the doubles title at the Pac-12 Championships Sunday, defeating teammates Caroline Doyle and Ellen Tsay 7-5, 6-2.


Colorado women’s lacrosse enters the MPSF tournament on a high note after defeating Oregon 8-6. The Buffs wrapped up the No. 4 seed in the six-team tourney in the process and will face San Diego State in the first round Thursday.

Arizona State

Doug Haller is of the opinion that Damarious Randall and Jaelen Strong can give Arizona State a successful NFL draft (April 30-May 2). Strong is a likely first-round pick, and Randall might go in the top 32 as well.


Cal baseball completed the sweep of Arizona Sunday with an 8-3 win in Berkeley. The Golden Bears sit in third-place in the conference standings, just behind UCLA and Arizona State.

Oregon State

Oregon State defensive coordinator Kalani Sitake talks about moving from Utah to Corvallis in this link to other links provided to us by David Lombardi.


Stewart Mandel believes Oregon football is in limbo this spring while it awaits the arrival of QB transfer Vernon Adams Jr. The Ducks hold their spring game Saturday.


Lindsey Thiry gives us a review of how the USC quarterbacks performed during spring practice. Video of her and Gary Klein discussing the situation is attached as well.


Jon Rothstein writes that Arizona basketball’s “transitional year” could lead to a wide-open race in the Pac-12 next season. He especially likes Cal's ability to challenge the Wildcats.

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