Roundup: Utah makes college football history with special teams personnel
It's nothing new for Utah football to have spectacular special teams. But, according to Dirk Facer of Deseret News, this upcoming season will mark the first time in college football history that the Lou Groza and Ray Guy award winners – the nation's top kicker and punter, respectively – enter the season on the same roster.
James Harden's meteoric rise in the NBA wasn't exactly expected during his time at Arizona State – not even by his head coach. Another home-run read by the Arizona Republic's Doug Haller.
The Beavers dropped game one of the College World Series championship series Tuesday night in Omaha, leaving the team with a handful of what-ifs.
L.A. Daily News columnist Mike Wilder opines that Chimezie Metu actually benefitted from his slide to the 49th pick in last week's NBA Draft.
Rawle Alkins and Allonzo Trier left Tucson early for the NBA, but did not hear their names called on draft night. The Arizona Daily Star’s Michael Lev looks back at Wildcats who left the program early and where they are now.
As Pride Month comes to a close, check out how former Stanford hooper Jennifer Azzi made history when she came out.
Is Washington's football program among the elite? Chip Patterson of CBS Sports thinks the Dawgs are oh-so-close.
Andrew Vaughn, the face of the Cal baseball program, is making a name for himself in the Cape Cod League this summer. Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle lays out what he's up to this summer on and off the baseball field.
Sorry to make your head spin, but Sporting News has already released its predictions for the 2018-19 bowl season. How do you feel about the Sun Bowl, Bruins?
CU women's basketball had quite a young squad last basketball season, relying on eight incoming freshmen to revive the program. As BuffZone.com's Brian Howell writes, JR Payne is excited about the makeup of this year's roster.
What are the toughest games on Oregon football's schedule this fall? Kyle Kensing of Athlon Sports ranks 'em.
Washington State's track & field team featured three All-American performances at the NCAA Championships this year. Take a dive into the best moments of the Cougs' season with WSUCougars.com's season review.