Roundup: Announcing the 2016 Husky Hall of Fame class

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Washington announced its 2016 Husky Hall of Fame class on Tuesday. Nate Robinson and Olin Kreutz are just a few of the inductees.


Former Stanford football player Rollins Stallworth said that two Stanford football captains sat out a week of summer workouts and meetings last year to protest the school’s delay in providing players with their scholarship money. He made the remarks Tuesday as a panelist at a forum by the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics.


Utah deputy AD Kyle Brennan is returning to Utah after accepting the AD job at Montana State last week, saying it was a “total family decision” to come back to Utah.

Washington State

Washington State basketball forward Josh Hawkinson threw out the first pitch at a Seattle Mariners game on Tuesday, and let’s just say it wasn’t a good one. Stick to the hardwood, kid.


USC lacrosse is getting set to host the first-ever West Coast NCAA Tournament games this Friday and Sunday. The Coliseum should provide a pretty epic background this weekend.


This is from last week, but if you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and watch Cal pitcher Ryan Mason throw a baseball through a falling tube. That description doesn’t do it justice – click on the link to watch. This is insane.


Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Sharp describes the roller coaster that is the Russell Westbrook experience. Russ was a force again in Game 5 of the Thunder-Spurs series, erupting for 35 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists (against eight TOs) in the Thunder’s 95-91 win over San Antonio.


Daniel Uthman of USA Today Sports posts this conversation with Scott Frost, the first-year UCF head coach and former Oregon offensive coordinator.


Brian Howell lets us know that Colorado women’s basketball point guard Kennedy Leonard is trying out for the Great Britain U-20 team this summer (her mother is a native of Scotland).


At 34-18 overall and 11-10 in conference play, Arizona softball needs to finish strong if it wants to host a regional, notes Zack Rosenblatt of the Arizona Daily Star.

Arizona State

Doug Haller fills us in on wide receiver John Humphrey, the former Oklahoma Sooner who recently transferred to Arizona State. He’s fast- the dude can run a 4.26 40.

Oregon State

Continuing along with her spring position reviews, Gina Mizell dissects the Oregon State linebacker situation.

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