Roundup: Sefo Liufau healthy for fall camp
Also from Pac-12 Football Media Days – Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre is excited for Sefo Liufau to return to the field. There was some question as to whether or not he’d play this season, but Liufau is ready for fall camp.
Former Cal coach Jeff Tedford has joined Chris Petersen’s staff at Washington as a consultant to the football program.
Speaking at Pac-12 Football Media Days, UCLA head coach Jim Mora said he wants Josh Rosen to balance social responsibility with his independent thinking (Nick Bromberg, Yahoo Sports).
According to federal income tax returns, Stanford nearly doubled David Shaw’s pay from 2013 to 2014, notes Steve Berkowitz of USA TODAY. He made about $2.2 million in 2013 and almost $4.1 million in 2014.
With running back Karlos Williams suspended, the Buffalo Bills are reportedly offering a contract to Reggie Bush. The former Trojan played in five games for the 49ers in 2015.
Arizona State wide receiver Tim White celebrated his birthday at Pac-12 Football Media Days, and you can catch a little bit of it in the preceding video.
Apparently Oregon State football coach Gary Andersen returned a punt during spring practice and lived to talk about it last week. Chantel Jennings has the story.
Chantel Jennings presents to us this masterpiece – Mike Leach statements in Haiku form.
Former Golden Bear and Boston Celtics rookie Jaylen Brown was named second team all-NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, averaging 16 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game.
Former Wildcat Cody Ramer is off to a hot start in his minor league career – dude is hitting .429 through his first eight games in the Pioneer League (Tyler Hansen, Arizona Daily Star).
Along those lines, former Oregon Duck Ryon Healy got his first MLB hit on a three-run homer Saturday for the Oakland Athletics in a 5-4 win over Toronto.
With Utah playing Southern Utah to open the 2016 football season, Kurt Kragthorpe looks at the history of Pac-12 schools (and others) playing Big Sky opponents.
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