Roundup: Utah thinking about on-campus baseball stadium
Kyle Goon reports that Utah is taking “early steps” to build an on-campus baseball stadium. AD Chris Hill said the department has drawn up renderings of a 2,000-seat stadium on the site of the practice field and nearby Sunnyside Park. Right now, Utah plays at the home of the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees.
Ted Miller writes that Clay Helton is getting the Hollywood out of USC football. Offensive lineman Zach Banner remarked that USC had been too “Hollywood” before the hiring of Helton.
Let’s watch tape with Myles Jack, courtesy of Doug Farrar of Sports Illustrated. A little background on Jack’s knee injury is followed by a Q&A with the former UCLA linebacker before the two of them look at some of Jack’s highlights.
Colorado women’s golfer Alexis Keating broke a CU postseason record by shooting 6-under par in the second day of the 2016 Pac-12 Women’s Golf Championships. After the round, she caught up with our Pac-12 Networks crew.
No. 18 Cal baseball beat Stanford 5-2 Tuesday night on Pac-12 Network behind a 3-RBI game for Brett Cumberland (recap).
ESPN’s Sport Science did a piece on DeForest Buckner’s skill set, and you can watch it here thanks to this Chantel Jennings link. John Brenkus to the rescue.
ESPN analyst Todd McShay discusses Scooby Wright’s draft prospects with the Arizona Daily Star’s Michael Lev and other reporters in a recent conference call. McShay thinks he might slip to the third day of the NFL Draft (rounds four through seven).
Arizona State led all schools with seven players on the Pac-12 All-Century team, notes Jeff Metcalfe. The team was unveiled on Sports Report Monday night.
Stanford women’s tennis is playing USC Wednesday afternoon with the winner claiming the Pac-12 title. The Cardinal is looking for its 25th conference crown.
John Blanchette of the Spokesman-Review writes that former Cougar defensive back Erik Coleman is enjoying the progress made by Washington State football. Coleman, who went on to play in the NFL for the Jets, Falcons and Lions, will be back in eastern Washington to handle commentary duties for the Crimson and Gray game Saturday on Pac-12 Network.
Chantel Jennings breaks down the position battles to watch at Oregon State, with quarterback being chief among the concerns.
Let’s keep it in the Pacific Northwest, for Uncle Ted breaks down the position battles to watch at Washington.
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