Roundup: ASU's Todd Graham goes from media frenzy to father of the bride

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Arizona State

Arizona State football coach Todd Graham had quite the weekend. After taking part in Pac-12 Media Days at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, Graham made a flight to Oklahoma to take part in his daughter’s wedding rehearsal dinner.’s Chantel Jennings reports Graham’s new son-in-law is actually a former player for one of his teams at Tulsa.


What should you expect from Arizona running back Nick Wilson this fall? Daniel Berk of the Arizona Daily Star gives his take on Wilson’s possible workload after he posted 1,375 yards and 16 touchdowns last year as a true freshman.


Kevin Gemmell of takes a look at the high expectations for Cal quarterback Jared Goff and how he compares with USC signal-caller Cody Kessler.


Adam Jude of the Seattle Times examines the Washington quarterback position and what the future holds for talented true freshman Jake Browning.


Colorado defensive end Derek McCartney’s tough path through personal adversity is detailed by USA Today’s Nicole Auerbach.


Marcus Mariota might have left Eugene but the Heisman already putting on a show for the Tennessee Titans in training camp, per Geoffery C. Arnold of The Oregonian.


Rob Rang of CBS Sports lists two-way UCLA standout Myles Jack as the Pac-12’s top NFL Draft-eligible prospect for 2016.


Expect big things from Trojans linebacker Su’a Cravens this year, writes Johnny Curren of WeAreSC.


Could the Cardinal be heading to Levi’s Stadium for the Pac-12 Football Championship Game in December? Nick Bromberg of Yahoo! Sports writes that Stanford has a legit shot.

Washington State

Mike Leach is entering his fourth season at the helm of the Washington State football program and it’s Luke Falk’s time under center. Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News gives his preview of the Cougars heading into training camp.

Oregon State

Former Oregon State baseball star Michael Conforto blasted his first MLB home run (check out the video) in Monday’s 12-1 rout by the New York Mets, as detailed by JD Humburg of The Oregonian.


Want to leave your mark on Nielsen Fieldhouse? Utah football fan Mark Sargent is trying to raise $15,300 to get U-T-A-H painted on the Fieldhouse roof this fall. Drop a dime (or more) here at the project’s GoFundMe page.

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