Roundup: Washington's Deontae Cooper playing for his father

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Washington senior running back Deontae Cooper prepares for a special upcoming season in memory of his late father.


Former Duck – and current Chicago Bears offensive lineman – Kyle Long has mastered his commute to NFL training camp.


The Utes are poised to make a run at the Pac-12 South title in 2015, but they now have a better shot at sustained success after landing two big recruits from the state of Florida.


USC cornerback Adoree' Jackson is gearing up for the 2015 football season, but his future is looking bright in another sport as well.


Former Golden Bear Marshawn Lynch is making sure that he stays plenty rested at the Seahawks training camp.


Despite winning the Pac-12 South title in 2014, the Wildcats enter the new season as underdogs. Head coach Rich Rodriguez is just fine with that.

Arizona State

Former Sun Devil James Harden might be following the Pac-12 and making a switch to Adidas. If he accepts, the Rockets guard would become Adidas' highest-paid player in the NBA.


Looking to build on a solid 2014 season, Colorado men's soccer promoted goalkeeper director Jason Green to associate head coach on Monday. Green helped the Buffs to 12 shutouts last season, tying a program high.


Harrison Willams of Stanford impressed at the Pan Am Junior Track & Field Championship on Saturday in Canada. The sophomore finished with a meet-record 8,037 points to take the gold.


With the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, UCLA head coach Jim Mora has been keeping busy.

Washington State

What did we learn at Pac-12 Football Media Days? Mike Leach is an avid swimmer in resort lagoons.

Oregon State

Oregon State head coach Lauren Berg and the USA Softball team finished the Pan Am Games with a 6-1 record and took home the silver medal.

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