Roundup: South Park's Eric Cartman to start at left tackle for Colorado

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David Plati is the man – in light of Michigan not releasing a depth chart, Colorado football released a fake depth chart filled with TV and movie characters. My personal favorites – Stewie Griffin at weak safety, Eric Cartman at left tackle (season premiere tonight, btw) and Olive Oil at thin receiver.


USC has suspended football players Osa Masina and Don Hill amid a sexual assault investigation stemming from two incidents this summer (CBS Sports).

Washington State

Washington State men's golf took home the team title, while senior Nick Mandell took the first individual spot at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate Tournament in Pullman on Tuesday. They finished 19 strokes ahead of second-place Utah.


Utah running back Joe Williams retired from football because of nagging injuries and a desire to finish his sociology degree, Kyle Goon reports. The Utes’ top options at running back are now Troy McCormick and Zack Moss. In other news noted in the link, defensive end Kylie Fitts will miss the season with a foot injury and receiver Cory Butler-Byrd has been reinstated from his suspension and can play at San Jose State this weekend.

Arizona State

Doug Haller details how Arizona State football is using GPS technology to get ready for games. Really interesting stuff here.


Head coach Sonny Dykes acknowledged that Cal must stop the run in order to be successful, notes Jeff Faraudo. Through two games, the Golden Bears are giving up 291 yards per game on the ground, which is good (or bad) for 125th out of 128 FBS schools.


Stanford football coach David Shaw was interviewed The Jim Rome Show Tuesday morning, and here’s the conversation, as well as a write-up about it.

Oregon State

Catch a preview of “Legends of the Giant Killers,” a look at how head coach Dee Andros revived the Oregon State football program. It premieres Saturday after the Oregon State-Idaho State football game on Pac-12 Oregon.


David Lombardi features Washington receiver John Ross III and details his return from injury this season. Apparently, Ross had a dream that he would return a kickoff for a touchdown in his first game back, which is exactly what happened in the season opener against Rutgers.


Vanquish the Foe, a BYU SB Nation blog, previews the UCLA-BYU matchup this weekend. This will be the Cougars’ third straight game against a Pac-12 South team (Arizona, Utah, UCLA).


Chantel Jennings and Josh Moyer of ESPN break down the Oregon-Nebraska matchup in Lincoln this Saturday. It’ll be the first time the two teams will have met in 30 years. Both think the 'Huskers will come out victorious in this one.


Arizona quarterback Brandon Dawkins is learning on the job, writes Michael Lev. Last week was his first career start despite it being his third season at Arizona.

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