Roundup: Former Bruin Lonzo Ball releases "diss track" on Lakers teammate Kyle Kuzma, a former Ute
For our most important news of the day, you should know that Lonzo Ball made a diss track aimed at Kyle Kuzma, his teammate on the Los Angeles Lakers and former Pac-12 foe (Complex). It’s called “Kylie Kuzma,” and you can listen to it here. It’s all in good fun, don’t worry.
J. Brady Mccollough of the Los Angeles Times ponders the question, “will JT Daniels be USC football’s savior?” That’s a lot for a freshman, but it sounds like this kid (and his father) has been preparing for this moment basically his whole life.
The College World Series schedule was announced Monday, and Oregon State baseball will open CWS play Saturday against North Carolina at 12 p.m. PT on ESPN. Meanwhile, Washington begins with Mississippi State Saturday at 5 p.m. PT (ESPN) and could face the Beavers in their second game depending on how things shape up.
Arizona State wrestler and 2018 NCAA champion Zahid Valencia will compete for a spot on the Senior World Team for the first time at the Final X State College on Saturday, taking on four-time NCAA champion Kyle Dake at 79kg.
Some men’s basketball non-conference scheduling news for ya – Oregon will face Iowa in the 2K Classic semifinals on Nov. 15 and will play either Syracuse or UConn the next night.
From late last week, former Washington men’s basketball guard Michael Carter III has transferred to South Dakota State (The News Tribune).
Arizona football defensive end Francisco Nelson is transferring, reports Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star.
Stanford field hockey players Kelsey Bing and Corinne Zanolli have been named to the United States U-21 team that will play against Argentina in a three-game series beginning Thursday.
The Pac-12 Men’s Tennis All-Conference Teams were named Monday (it was dominated by UCLA), and Cal’s Billy Griffith was named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team.
Tony Jones of The Salt Lake Tribune gives us a story on former Ute Justin Bibbins working out for the Utah Jazz. He isn’t showing up on draft boards but expect him to get a Summer League invite and work from there.
Here’s a Pac-12 alumni spotlight on Colorado’s Jenny Simpson, an Olympic middle-distance runner and steeplechaser who works with Burmese refugees in Boulder.
The folks at CougCenter are picking a Washington State Time Machine Team, and in this post, Mark Sandritter discusses who is in the running to be the starting running back – 2005 Jerome Harrison or 1984 Rueben Mayes? 1997 Ryan Leaf is the starting quarterback already.