Roundup: Cal giving away Marshawn Lynch golf cart bobblehead

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The answer to the question “how awesome is this?” is “very awesome” – Cal is giving away a Marshawn Lynch golf cart bobblehead Nov. 5 against Washington, marking the 10-year anniversary of him riding a golf cart around the stadium after scoring the game-winning touchdown against the Dawgs.


UCLA basketball forward Jonah Bolden is leaving to school to play professionally in Australia, notes Matt Norlander of CBS Sports. Bolden averaged 4.6 points and 4.8 rebounds in his one playing year at UCLA.


This was almost the best thing to ever happen to me in my game-watching lifetime – former Trojan DeMar DeRozan nearly pulled off a 360 dunk on a Chinese National Team member Tuesday night at Oracle Arena for Team USA.


The Stanford alumni website takes a look at what 11 former trees are up to these days. One is a comedy writer and three are veterinarians, for starters.


Kyle Goon takes a look at how the Utah athletics budget has grown since joining the Pac-12 five years ago, from under $30 million to more than $72 million.

Washington State

Washington State men’s basketball players Junior Longrus and Josh Hawkinson were named to the NABC Honors Court, it was announced Tuesday. The NABC Honors Court recognizes those hoopers who performed very well academically during the 2015-16 season (Longrus has since graduated).

Oregon State

Ryan Thorburn of The Register-Guard writes that Oregon State football is looking to improve in Gary Andersen’s second year as Beavers head coach. They didn’t win a single conference game last year but ended the season on somewhat of a positive note, putting up 42 on Oregon in the Civil War (they lost 52-42).


Kevin Gemmell and Chantel Jennings debate who will win the Oregon vs. Washington battle on the football field Oct. 8 at Autzen Stadium. The Dawgs haven’t defeated the Ducks since 2002 – is this the year they break their 12-game losing streak?

Arizona State

Kevin Gemmell lets us know that Arizona State will keep things simple on offense at first. Makes sense with four guys vying to become the new starting QB in Tempe.


With the Pac-12 releasing its weekend men’s basketball schedule pairings earlier in the week, we find out that Arizona will begin conference play in the Bay Area against Cal and Stanford. Bruce Pascoe has more details.


As we near the beginning of fall camp, Brian Howell features the Colorado running backs. A lot of talent lining up behind Sefo Liufau over there in Boulder.


Andrew Greif examines the position battle on the Oregon defensive line.

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