Roundup: Another Directors' Cup on The Farm
It’s officially official now – Stanford won its 22nd straight Directors’ Cup, it was announced Wednesday. The Cardinal won national titles in women’s tennis and men’s soccer had 220 points more than second-place Ohio State.
Arizona State baseball signee Chad McClanahan will play in the Milwaukee Brewers’ organization instead, agreeing to a $1.2 million deal with the Brew Crew (that’s a lot for an 11th-round pick).
Former Oregon State quarterback Luke Del Rio was put on scholarship by Florida. Yahoo Sports has more.
Colorado football named its captains for the 2016 season – Sefo Liufau, Kenneth Olugbode (go Bells), George Frazier, Jeromy Irwin and Phillip Lindsay. Liufau is just the second Buff to be a three-time team captain, according to CU (BuffZone.com with the link).
Ben Kercheval of CBS Sports discusses the relationship between Josh Rosen and Jim Mora. The head honcho isn’t afraid to let Rosen have it every now and then, especially when Mora is talking to the media about his QB.
Campus Insiders considers JuJu Smith-Schuster to be the best receiver in college football for the 2016 season.
Daniel Uthman of USA Today puts together this feature on Oregon wide receiver Devon Allen competing at the Olympic Trials in the 110 meter hurdles (he’ll be on the track Friday for it).
From a couple of days ago – Cal quarterback Davis Webb was named to the Maxwell Award watch list (best player in college football). There’s a lot of hype surrounding the Texas Tech transfer.
More watch list stuff – Utah defensive linemen Lowell Lotulelei and Kylie Fitts are on the Bednarik Award watch list (best defensive player in the country). Sack Lake City, baby.
Learn five things about new Washington AD Jennifer Cohen, courtesy of Christian Caple. She wasn’t the best volleyball coach (by her own admission), but she’s been quite the administrator.
Kyle Bonagura gives us his take on the Washington State all-21st century team so far, led by Deone Bucannon on the defense and Jason Gesser on the offense.
Take a look at how former Arizona Wildcats have played in NBA Summer League, courtesy of Drew McCullough of the Arizona Daily Star. Stanley Johnson led the Pistons to a win over the Pacers in Orlando Wednesday, scoring 16 points and grabbing five rebounds and four steals.