Roundup: Washington's Dante Pettis earns consensus All-American status

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Washington’s Dante Pettis has earned consensus All-America status after being named a first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association and Sporting News.


Another link from Feldman, who also reports that former Stanford quarterback Tavita Pritchard will be named Stanford’s next offensive coordinator. The 30-year-old Pritchard will replace Mike Bloomgren, who was recently named the new head coach at Rice. Pritchard’s a great dude and hopefully a future head coach.


ICYMI during 'Meet the Bruins' on Pac-12 Network this past Saturday, you can get to know Kyla Ross and Felicia Hano as they try their hand at 'The Bru-lywed Game' on UCLA's youtube channel. 


After averaging a double-double (27 points and 10.5 rebounds per game) in a pair of wins over the weekend, Kristine Anigwe was named Pac-12 Women's Basketball Player of the Week. It was the ninth time the junior took home the honor.

Washington State

Theo Lawson reports that Washington State receiver Isaiah Johnson-Mack has been granted his release from the football team. The Cougars have given him permission to speak to FBS programs in his home state of Florida and all FCS schools.


USC women's basketball is gearing up for their toughest test of the season when the 8-0 Trojans will take on No. 19 Texas A&M. USC is one of 12 undefeated teams in the country, but the Aggies will be the first ranked team they've faced.


Utah women’s gymnastics is No. 5 in the preseason coaches’ poll released Monday, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. Oklahoma is No. 1, while Florida, LSU and Alabama round out the top four. Always good to see a Lya Wodraska byline.

Arizona State

Matt Norlander of CBS Sports writes that Arizona State men’s basketball made its case for being the best team in college hoops by winning at Kansas on Sunday. The Sun Devils are ranked fifth with five first-place votes in the latest AP Top 25.


Colorado women’s basketball’s Annika Jank was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week for the second time this season, it was announced Monday. After getting the honor, Jank scored 26 points in Monday night’s 81-75 loss to Dartmouth.


Can former Arizona quarterback Nick Foles lead the Philadelphia Eagles to the Super Bowl? That’s the question posed to us by USA TODAY Sports’ Jarrett Bell. Starting quarterback Carson Wentz has led Eagles to an 11-2 record but tore his ACL during Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams.


Here’s the Pac-12 Networks recap of Oregon men’s basketball’s 74-68 win over Texas Southern Monday night. Chris Fisher and Casey Jacobsen give us the analysis.

Oregon State

Danny Moran tells us that Oregon State men’s basketball will face a “legitimate test” against Jacksonville State Tuesday night. The Gamecocks are 7-2 on the 2017-18 campaign and made the NCAA Tournament last season.

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