Roundup: Oregon football players hospitalized following workout
Three Oregon football players were hospitalized following recent spring workouts, according to Andrew Greif of The Oregonian.
Explosive USC football playmaker Adoree' Jackson has declared for the 2017 NFL Draft after helping the Trojans win the Rose Bowl. Yogi Roth of Pac-12 Networks breaks down what it means for Jackson and USC going forward.
After signing a five-year deal to become Cal's head coach, Justin Wilcox met the media on Tuesday morning in Berkeley to discuss the future of the Golden Bears.
Chantel Jennings of ESPN.com selected Washington State as one of the Pac-12's big winners when it comes to players leaving early for the 2017 NFL Draft.
In an expected move, Arizona State football added Josh Henson to its coaching staff as Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach and Run Game Coordinator. Henson joins Head Coach Todd Graham's staff after spending 2009-15 at Missouri, including the final three seasons as offensive coordinator, and 2016 at Oklahoma State as an offensive analyst.
Interim Arizona athletic director Erika Barnes spoke to reporters about the impact of her predecessor, Alabama-bound Greg Byrne, and her vision for the Wildcats athletic program.
Former Washington basketball bruising big man Jon Brockman has moved on to coaching following four years playing abroad in Europe. Cameron Van Til of the Daily Herald details Brockman's new gig at Snohomish High School as a volunteer coach.
UCLA sharpshooter Bryce Alford was named Pac-12 Player of the Week after he made it rain from 3-point land. Alford went 9-of-14 from beyond the arc en route to dropping 37 points in Thursday's 104-89 road victory over Colorado.
Preseason NCAA baseball polls are rolling out and folks are jumping aboard the Oregon State bandwagon. D1Baseball.com ranked the Beavers No. 8 in its poll, making OSU the top-ranked Pac-12 team heading into the season.
The Colorado men's basketball team is 0-5 in Conference play, hanging on to a 10-8 overall record, and needs a player to step up and take a bigger leadership role, writes Pat Rooney of the Boulder Daily Camera.
A total of 13 players from the Stanford men's water polo squad were named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) scholar-athletes. They call 'em Nerd Nation for a reason.
The student-athletes up in Salt Lake City are holding their own in the classroom, too, as the program combined for a 3.15 cumulative GPA during the fall semester, making it 21 straight semesters above 3.0 for the Utes.