Roundup: Ishmael Adams reinstated to UCLA football team
Jack Wang reports that UCLA defensive back Ishmael Adams has been reinstated to the team by Jim Mora (but Fabian Moreau is out for the year with a Lisfranc injury). This is coming on the heels of the news that Adams will not face a felony robbery charge for stealing an Uber driver’s cell phone in August, reports Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times.
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan could miss the Oregon State game with what David Shaw called a “significant” ankle sprain. He injured it in the second half of the win over USC. If he can’t play, either Ryan Burns or Keller Chryst will make his first career start.
Kudos to Arizona State women’s volleyball for earning its highest national ranking in program history. The Sun Devils are the No. 7 team in the country in the latest AVCA coaches top 25.
Ted Miller writes that coach Rich Rodriguez and Arizona are looking to break through against UCLA on Saturday – the Wildcats are 0-3 against the Bruins under RichRod, and UCLA is the only Pac-12 South team Arizona has yet to beat in the last three seasons.
Ya know… from losing on a Hail Mary, to a double-OT win, to winning one on a missed 19-yard field goal, to winning another a missed extra point, Cal quarterback Jared Goff has been a part of a lot of games with crazy endings. Max Olson of ESPN has the deets.
Brian Howell writes that Sefo Liufau is “coming of age” for Colorado football. He was turnover-free in the Buffs’ thrilling OT win over Colorado State.
Listen to The Oregonian’s podcast with Oregon running back Royce Freeman, where he talks about crop-tops and the Drake/Meek Mill beef, among other important topics.
Dirk Facer of the Deseret News notes that Utah running back Devontae Booker’s rushing yards are rising from week to week – from 69 against Michigan to 120 against Utah State to 156 at Fresno State.
Adam Jude has some answers and lingering questions about Washington football as it heads into conference play.
Jacob Thorpe details what Washington State will do on its bye week. Coaches will be ‘crootin’, players will be practicin’.
Lindsey Thiry of the Los Angeles Times tells us five things we learned from USC’s loss to Stanford. We didn’t see a whole lot of Adoree’ Jackson on offense.
Gina Mizell gives us her observations from Oregon State practice on Monday.