Roundup: Jake Browning back in the mix after shoulder surgery

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Joe Davidson of The Sacramento Bee tells us that Washington quarterback Jake Browning is back in action after having shoulder surgery.


Our own Shayna Rubin is back at it, telling us that USC took a second-round lead in its NCAA Men's Golf Regional after a long Tuesday on the course in Sammamish, Washington.


Now that the Los Angeles Lakers have the No. 2 pick of the 2017 NBA Draft, Lonzo Ball will only work out for the Lakers, according to superstar father LaVar Ball (ESPN, through Lakers Nation).


Ryan Gorcey of Scout details Cal first baseman Andrew Vaughn’s path from unsung to Pac-12 Player of the Year candidate. Nice long feature on Vaughn, who leads the Pac-12 with 12 homers.

Arizona State

Arizona State baseball gets ready to host a Territorial Cup clash this weekend with No. 19 Arizona. The Sun Devils are coming off a 6-4 win over Seattle University on Tuesday night in Phoenix.


Former Duke forward Chase Jeter announced he is transferring to the Arizona men’s basketball team. He will be eligible to play for the Wildcats in 2018-19, and this link from CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander tells us what Arizona gets from landing Jeter.


George King will return to Colorado men’s basketball for his fifth-year senior season in 2017-18, reports Pat Rooney. King had declared for the NBA Draft without hiring an agent.


The Oregonian/OregonLive breaks down Oregon softball’s regional field – Illinois-Chicago, Wisconsin and Missouri are heading to Eugene for a crack at the third-seeded Ducks.

Oregon State

As expected, Oregon State baseball cruised past Portland 7-1 Tuesday night to improve to 42-4 this season, and Danny Moran has the recap for us.


Stanford women’s rowing is going to the NCAA Championships for the ninth straight season.


Kyle Goon gives us a rundown on the new Utah football uniforms, which have a “Utah stripe” on them.

Washington State

After intervening in a potential suicide attempt, Washington State defensive back Grant Porter was giving a Lifesaving Award by the Pullman City Council on Tuesday along with his friend Allison Schomburg, who also helped in the suicide intervention.

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